Henneberg went to Antwerp to study painting, he went to Paris from 1851 to 1861, where he worked for a short time in the studio of Thomas Coutures and began to compose his own compositions, whereby he placed great value on landscape studies.
In 1857, his wild hunter (1856, Berliner Nationalgalerie) brought him a medal for citizens at the Paris exhibition. From 1861/62 Henneberg stayed in Italy, especially in Rome, and developed his coloring by the study of Titian to greater wealth. 1863-65 he was in Munich, 1866-73 in Berlin. Henneberg died on 14 September 1876 in Braunschweig.
Museum Quality Antique Print. Drawn and engraved by the best artist of the time. Verso Black.
Origin: Gesellschaft für Kunst Wien. 1901 High quality Chrome Lithograph.
Size: Sheet app.: 30.5 x 39 cm. 12 x 15.25 inches. Image app.: 15 x 30 cm. 6 x 11.75 inches. Condition: very good.