This is Adam Eberle

By Gwylym Owen

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Adam Eberle (27 March 1804 – 15 April 1832), one of the earliest and most bright pupils of Peter von Cornelius, was born at Aachen in 1804. He studied painting at the Düsseldorf Academy, and afterwards went next Cornelius to Munich. After commencing his career at Düsseldorf by painting The Entombment of Christ and St. Helena behind two Angels he executed the large fresco-painting on the ceiling of the Odéon, representing Apollo among the Shepherds. In 1829 he went to Rome, where he died in 1832. He is associated with the Düsseldorf hypothetical of painting.

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