Philipp Veit (13 February 1793 – 18 December 1877) was a German Romantic painter. To Veit is due the credit of having been the first to revive the almost forgotten technique of fresco painting. Veit was born in Berlin, Prussia. He was the son of a banker Simon Veit and his wife Dorothea, daughter of Moses Mendelssohn, who subsequently left him to marry Friedrich Schlegel. Veit received his first art education in Dresden, where he was taught by Caspar David Friedrich, and Vienna. Although a prodigious talent when it came to drawing, Veit was not comfortable with oil painting. Therefore, in Vienna he took to working with watercolor. In Vienna, he made the acquaintance of Schlegel, and through him came to know several Viennese Romantics, one of whom was the poet and novelist Joseph von Eichen

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  • Philipp Veit (13 February 1793 – 18 December 1877) was a German Romantic painter. To Veit is due the credit of having been the first to revive the almost forgotten technique of fresco painting. Veit was born in Berlin, Prussia. He was the son of a banker Simon Veit and his wife Dorothea, daughter of Moses Mendelssohn, who subsequently left him to marry Friedrich Schlegel. Veit received his first art education in Dresden, where he was taught by Caspar David Friedrich, and Vienna. Although a prodigious talent when it came to drawing, Veit was not comfortable with oil painting. Therefore, in Vienna he took to working with watercolor. In Vienna, he made the acquaintance of Schlegel, and through him came to know several Viennese Romantics, one of whom was the poet and novelist Joseph von Eichendorff. He was strongly influenced by, and joined, the Nazarene movement in Rome, where he worked for some years before moving to Frankfurt. Veit participated in the struggle against Napoleon in 1813-14, returning to Berlin for a short period. In 1815, he finished the Virgin with Christ and St John, a votive painting for the church of St James in Heiligenstadt, Vienna. The painting was inspired by the style of Pietro Perugino and Raphael. In Frankfurt, where his most important works are preserved at the Städel, he was active from 1830 to 1843 as director of the art collections and as professor of painting. From 1853 till his death in 1877 he held the post of director of the municipal gallery in Mainz. Like his fellow Nazarenes he was more draughtsman than painter, and though his sense of colour was stronger than that of Overbeck or Cornelius, his works are generally more of the nature of coloured cartoons than of paintings in the modern sense. Veit's principal work is the large fresco of The Introduction of Christianity into Germany by St Boniface, at the Städel. In the Frankfurt Cathedral is his Assumption, while the Alte Nationalgalerie of Berlin has his painting of The Two Marys at the Sepulchre. An example of his romantic work is Germania, a national personification of Germany, located in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum of Nuremberg. Veit died in Mainz. (en)
  • فيليب فايت (بالإنجليزية: Philipp Veit) رسام رومانسي ألماني ولد في يوم 13 فبراير 1793 في برلين في مملكة بروسيا ورسم هذا الرسام رسوم عن الثورة الألمانية في سنة 1848 وتعلم الرسم من كاسبر ديفيد فريدريك توفي في 18 ديسمبر 1877 في مدينة ماينتس. (ar)
  • Philipp Veit (* 13. Februar 1793 in Berlin; † 18. Dezember 1877 in Mainz) war ein deutscher Maler, der Richtung der Nazarener angehörend. (de)
  • Philipp Veit (Berlín, 13 de febrero de 1793 – Maguncia, 18 de diciembre de 1877) es un pintor romántico alemán, perteneciente al movimiento de los nazarenos. A Veit se le atribuye haber sido el primero en revivir la técnica casi olvidada de la pintura al fresco. (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Veit. Philipp Veit (né le 13 février 1793 à Berlin - décédé le 18 décembre 1877 à Mayence) est un peintre allemand. (fr)
  • Philipp Veit (Berlim, 13 de fevereiro de 1793 — Mogúncia, 18 de dezembro de 1877) foi um pintor alemão do Romantismo. Era filho de Simon Veit e Dorothea Veit, filha de Moses Mendelssohn, que o viria a deixar para casar com Friedrich Schlegel. Nasceu em Berlim, mas teve os seus primeiros estudos de arte em Dresden e Viena. Foi fortemente influenciado pelo Movimento Nazarenos, ao qual se juntou em Roma, onde trabalhou alguns anos antes de ir para Frankfurt. Em Frankfurt, onde os seus trabalhos mais importantes estão guardados, no Instituto Städel, tornou-se director das colecções de arte e professor de pintura (1830-1843). De 1853 até à sua morte, em 1877, foi director da galeria municipal de Mayence. Tal como outros Nazarenos, era mais um desenhador do que pintor, e apesar do sua sensibilidade da cor ser maior do que a de Overbeck ou Cornelius, os seus trabalhos são geralmente mais parecidos com cortoons coloridos do que com pinturas no sentido moderno. O trabalho principal de Veit é o fresco "A Introdução do Cristianismo na Alemanha por S. Bonifácio", que se encontra no Instituto Städel, em Frankfurt. Na catedral dessa cidade está a sua obra "Suposição", e na Galeria Nacional de Berlim está "As Duas Marias no Sepulcro". A Veit é dado o mérito de ter sido o primeiro a recuperar a técnica quase esquecida do fresco. (pt)
  • Philipp Veit (Berlijn, 13 februari 1793 – Mainz, 18 december 1877) was een Duits kunstschilder. Hij behoorde tot de stroming van de Nazareners. (nl)
  • Филипп Фейт (нем. Philipp Veit; 13 февраля 1793, Берлин — 18 декабря 1877, Майнц) — немецкий художник-назареец. Сын писательницы Доротеи Шлегель. (ru)
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  • فيليب فايت (بالإنجليزية: Philipp Veit) رسام رومانسي ألماني ولد في يوم 13 فبراير 1793 في برلين في مملكة بروسيا ورسم هذا الرسام رسوم عن الثورة الألمانية في سنة 1848 وتعلم الرسم من كاسبر ديفيد فريدريك توفي في 18 ديسمبر 1877 في مدينة ماينتس. (ar)
  • Philipp Veit (* 13. Februar 1793 in Berlin; † 18. Dezember 1877 in Mainz) war ein deutscher Maler, der Richtung der Nazarener angehörend. (de)
  • Philipp Veit (Berlín, 13 de febrero de 1793 – Maguncia, 18 de diciembre de 1877) es un pintor romántico alemán, perteneciente al movimiento de los nazarenos. A Veit se le atribuye haber sido el primero en revivir la técnica casi olvidada de la pintura al fresco. (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Veit. Philipp Veit (né le 13 février 1793 à Berlin - décédé le 18 décembre 1877 à Mayence) est un peintre allemand. (fr)
  • Philipp Veit (Berlijn, 13 februari 1793 – Mainz, 18 december 1877) was een Duits kunstschilder. Hij behoorde tot de stroming van de Nazareners. (nl)
  • Филипп Фейт (нем. Philipp Veit; 13 февраля 1793, Берлин — 18 декабря 1877, Майнц) — немецкий художник-назареец. Сын писательницы Доротеи Шлегель. (ru)
  • Philipp Veit (13 February 1793 – 18 December 1877) was a German Romantic painter. To Veit is due the credit of having been the first to revive the almost forgotten technique of fresco painting. Veit was born in Berlin, Prussia. He was the son of a banker Simon Veit and his wife Dorothea, daughter of Moses Mendelssohn, who subsequently left him to marry Friedrich Schlegel. Veit received his first art education in Dresden, where he was taught by Caspar David Friedrich, and Vienna. Although a prodigious talent when it came to drawing, Veit was not comfortable with oil painting. Therefore, in Vienna he took to working with watercolor. In Vienna, he made the acquaintance of Schlegel, and through him came to know several Viennese Romantics, one of whom was the poet and novelist Joseph von Eichen (en)
  • Philipp Veit (Berlim, 13 de fevereiro de 1793 — Mogúncia, 18 de dezembro de 1877) foi um pintor alemão do Romantismo. Era filho de Simon Veit e Dorothea Veit, filha de Moses Mendelssohn, que o viria a deixar para casar com Friedrich Schlegel. Nasceu em Berlim, mas teve os seus primeiros estudos de arte em Dresden e Viena. Foi fortemente influenciado pelo Movimento Nazarenos, ao qual se juntou em Roma, onde trabalhou alguns anos antes de ir para Frankfurt. A Veit é dado o mérito de ter sido o primeiro a recuperar a técnica quase esquecida do fresco. (pt)
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