Comic Creator

Friedrich Lossow

(13 June 1837 - 19 January 1872, Germany)  Germany

Friedrich  Lossow

Bilderboge #313, by Friedrich Lossow
Der Vergebliche Rattenjagd (Münchener Bilderbogen #313)

Friedrich Lossow was a German animal painter and illustrator. Lossow got his artistic interest through his father, sculptor Arnold Hermann Lossow. He attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. He was a pupil of the painters Friedrich Horschelt, August von Kotzebue and Friedrich Voltz. He earned his money doing pictures for the magazine Fliegende Blätter and the picture story collection Münchener Bilderbogen. He also illustrated books for several publishers.

Bilderboge #313, by Friedrich Lossow
Der Vergebliche Rattenjagd (Münchener Bilderbogen #313)

Last updated: 2009-12-05

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