Hermann Fenner-Behmer (8 June 1866 – 3 February 1913) was a German artist. He was born and died in Berlin. Fenner-Behmer spent his career in Berlin. He studied at the Royal Academy of Arts, and then after further studies in Paris with Gustave Boulanger and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre, toured Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. At the Berlin Art Exhibition of 1908 he was one of six winners of the Gold Medal of the Royal Academy of Arts for his painting Dame in Braun (Lady in Brown), and he won a further Gold Medal at the Berlin exhibition of 1912.

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  • Hermann Fenner-Behmer (* 8. Juni 1866 in Berlin; † 3. Februar 1913 ebenda) war ein deutscher Maler. Er studierte an der Königlichen Akademie der Künste in Berlin. Während eines Studienaufenthaltes in Paris bildete er sich bei Gustave Boulanger und Jules-Joseph Lefebvre weiter. Anschließend reiste er durch Europa. 1908 erhielt er für sein Gemälde Dame in Braun die Goldene Medaille der Akademie der Künste. Ebenfalls 1908 erhielt er auf der Großen Berliner Kunstausstellung eine kleine Goldmedaille. Fenner-Behmer spezialisierte sich mit der Zeit auf elegante Damenbildnisse und erotische Szenen. Viele seiner Werke wurden als Heliogravüren reproduziert. (de)
  • Hermann Fenner-Behmer (8 June 1866 – 3 February 1913) was a German artist. He was born and died in Berlin. Fenner-Behmer spent his career in Berlin. He studied at the Royal Academy of Arts, and then after further studies in Paris with Gustave Boulanger and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre, toured Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. At the Berlin Art Exhibition of 1908 he was one of six winners of the Gold Medal of the Royal Academy of Arts for his painting Dame in Braun (Lady in Brown), and he won a further Gold Medal at the Berlin exhibition of 1912. Fenner-Behmer specialized in portraits of elegant ladies and in erotic scenes. Many of his works were reproduced as photogravures. Some of his settings are in an oriental environment. "Orientalism" refers to the Orient or East, in contrast to the Occident or West, and often, as seen by the West. Many Western 19th-century artists specialized in "Oriental" subjects, often drawing on their travels to Western Asia, in the 19th century, especially in France. More open sensuality was seen as acceptable in the exotic Orient. This imagery persisted in art into the early 20th century. In many of these works, they portrayed the Orient as exotic, colorful and sensual. (en)
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  • Hermann Fenner-Behmer (* 8. Juni 1866 in Berlin; † 3. Februar 1913 ebenda) war ein deutscher Maler. Er studierte an der Königlichen Akademie der Künste in Berlin. Während eines Studienaufenthaltes in Paris bildete er sich bei Gustave Boulanger und Jules-Joseph Lefebvre weiter. Anschließend reiste er durch Europa. 1908 erhielt er für sein Gemälde Dame in Braun die Goldene Medaille der Akademie der Künste. Ebenfalls 1908 erhielt er auf der Großen Berliner Kunstausstellung eine kleine Goldmedaille. (de)
  • Hermann Fenner-Behmer (8 June 1866 – 3 February 1913) was a German artist. He was born and died in Berlin. Fenner-Behmer spent his career in Berlin. He studied at the Royal Academy of Arts, and then after further studies in Paris with Gustave Boulanger and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre, toured Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. At the Berlin Art Exhibition of 1908 he was one of six winners of the Gold Medal of the Royal Academy of Arts for his painting Dame in Braun (Lady in Brown), and he won a further Gold Medal at the Berlin exhibition of 1912. (en)
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