The German painter Adolph Stademann was born in 1824 in Munich, Germany.
He took painting lessons from Carl August Lebschée and the landscape painter Moritz Lotze.
Initially Stademann painted mainly night views. Later in his career he started to specialize in winter landscapes.
In most of his later paintings, we can find the influences of the great Dutch painters of the 17th. Century, which he admired a lot.
Adolph Stademann died in 1895 in his city of birth.
Paintings of Stademann we can find in the museums of Munich, Frankfurt,
Baden-Baden, Linz, Lübeck and Mainz.
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