Friedrich Georg Weitsch (8 August 1758, Braunschweig – 30 May 1828, Berlin) was a German painter and etcher. Weitsch began his artistic training with his father, "Pascha" Johann Friedrich Weitsch (1723–1803). He attended the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. After traveling to Amsterdam and Italy between 1784 and 1787, he returned home and became court painter to Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick. In 1794 he became a member of the Berlin Academy of Art and became its director in 1798 (succeeding Bernhard Rode). He married in 1794 and did not have children.

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  • Friedrich Georg Weitsch (* 8. August 1758 in Braunschweig; † 30. Mai 1828 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Maler und Radierer. (de)
  • Friedrich Georg Weitsch (Braunschweig, 8 de agosto de 1758 — Berlim, 30 de maio de 1828) foi um pintor alemão, retratista da corte e diretor da Academia de Arte de Berlim. (pt)
  • Фридрих Георг Вайч (нем. Friedrich Georg Weitsch; 8 августа 1758, Брауншвейг, герцогство Брауншвейг — 30 мая 1828, Берлин, королевство Пруссия) — немецкий живописец и гравер. (ru)
  • Friedrich Georg Weitsch (8 August 1758, Braunschweig – 30 May 1828, Berlin) was a German painter and etcher. Weitsch began his artistic training with his father, "Pascha" Johann Friedrich Weitsch (1723–1803). He attended the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. After traveling to Amsterdam and Italy between 1784 and 1787, he returned home and became court painter to Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick. In 1794 he became a member of the Berlin Academy of Art and became its director in 1798 (succeeding Bernhard Rode). He married in 1794 and did not have children. His work included landscapes, history and religious painting, and portraits of royal and civil authorities—the latter showing the influence of Anton Graff. Some are held at the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum, the Städtisches Museum, and the Braunschweigisches Landesmuseum, all in Braunschweig. He painted a portrait of Alexander von Humboldt and an imagined landscape with Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland in Ecuador. (en)
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  • 1828-5-30
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  • Friedrich Georg Weitsch (* 8. August 1758 in Braunschweig; † 30. Mai 1828 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Maler und Radierer. (de)
  • Friedrich Georg Weitsch (Braunschweig, 8 de agosto de 1758 — Berlim, 30 de maio de 1828) foi um pintor alemão, retratista da corte e diretor da Academia de Arte de Berlim. (pt)
  • Фридрих Георг Вайч (нем. Friedrich Georg Weitsch; 8 августа 1758, Брауншвейг, герцогство Брауншвейг — 30 мая 1828, Берлин, королевство Пруссия) — немецкий живописец и гравер. (ru)
  • Friedrich Georg Weitsch (8 August 1758, Braunschweig – 30 May 1828, Berlin) was a German painter and etcher. Weitsch began his artistic training with his father, "Pascha" Johann Friedrich Weitsch (1723–1803). He attended the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. After traveling to Amsterdam and Italy between 1784 and 1787, he returned home and became court painter to Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick. In 1794 he became a member of the Berlin Academy of Art and became its director in 1798 (succeeding Bernhard Rode). He married in 1794 and did not have children. (en)
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  • Вайч, Фридрих Георг (ru)
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