Johann Georg Grimm

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Johann Georg Grimm (1846-1887) was a german Painter. After studies at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts from 1868 to 1870 and a voyage to Italy, Greece, Turkey, Palestine and North Africa he went to Brazil in 1878 and produced studies of landscapes and coffee plantations. From 1882 to 1884, as a lecturer in landscape, flora and fauna at the Academia Imperial de Belas Artes - AIBA (Imperial Academy of Fine Arts) he implemented new teaching methods regarding practised open-air painting. In the middle of 1884 Grimm broke with the institution due to growing divergences with the other professors. He then gathered a group of artists that would later be known as the Grupo Grimm (Grimm Group).

Georg Grimm  (1846–1887) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q833722
Georg Grimm
Alternative names Georg Grimm, Jorge Grimm
Description German painter
Date of birth/death 22 April 1846 18 December 1887
Location of birth/death
English: Bühl am Alpsee, today part of Immenstadt im Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany
English: Palermo, Italy
Work period from 1867 until 1887
Work location
Deutsch: Deutschland, Italien, Sizilien, Nord-Afrika, Spanien, Frankreich, Korsika, England, Portugal, Griechenland, Türkei, Palästina, Ägypten, Brasilien.
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Grimm's Paintings before and during his voyage through Mediterranian Countries[edit]

Grimm's Landscape Paintings in Brazil[edit]

The painter[edit]