Domenico Quaglio the Younger

1787-1837 Germany/Romanticism

 

Brief Biography-Domenico Quaglio the Younger was born in Munich in 1787 into a large family of artists. He was the son of Giuseppe Quaglio, the stage designer, becoming an architectural painter in his time after receiving instruction from his father. Johann Mettenleiter and Carl Hess tutored him in engraving. Quaglio concentrated on painting architecture and landscapes, which he painted throughout Europe. The Crown Prince Maximilian II of Bavaria charged him with the restoration of Schloss Hohenschwangau, later the residence of King Ludwig II; Quaglio initiated the work in 1833. He died in Hohenschwangau in 1837, before the project's completion. His renown is for engravings and lithographs of architectural monuments and buildings of the Middle Ages.

 

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Royal Residence
in Munich

The Royal Residence in Munich

Brunswick
City Market

Brunswick City Market

Burg Kipfenberg
in Altmuhltal

Burg Kipfenberg in Altmuhltal

Frankfurt am
Main-Germany

Frankfurt am Main-Germany

Landscape with
a Church

Landscape with a Church

Munich The
Residenzstrasse

 Munich The Residenzstrasse in Front of the Max-Joseph-Platz

The Cathedral
in Antwerp

The Cathedral in Antwerp

View of
Frankfurt

View of Frankfurt

The Castle of Saint
Ulrich Ribeauville

The Castle of Saint-Ulrich Ribeauville Alsace

The Cathedral
of Reims

The Cathedral of Reims

Market Square
and Town Hall

Market Square and Town Hall in Hanover

Viktualien
Markt

Viktualienmarkt

Hohensalzburg
Fortress

Hohensalzburg Fortress in Salzburg