A Hay Cart on a Village Street - Carl Friedrich Harveng - Framed Picture 12"x16"
Carl Friedrich Harveng was a German landscape painter , graphic artist and draftsman.
Harveng received private lessons in early youth in drawing by Friedrich Eugen Peipers (1805-1885). From 1848 to 1854 he was a student at the Städeln Institute, first with Friedrich Maximilian Hessemer, then with Jakob Becker and Eduard von Steinle. For further education he went to the Art Academy in Karlsruhe and was there part of the landscape class by Johann Wilhelm Schirmer. In 1862 he settled in Dusseldorf and became a member of the artists' association Malkasten.
His landscape depictions testify to an intensive study of nature and a good view of the characteristic. Among other things, he was represented with works at exhibitions of the art associations in Munich and Karlsruhe.