Heinrich Vosberg was a member of the late German Romantic School of Painting and a master landscape painter. He studied at the Beaux-Arts Academy at Düsseldorf whose students were schooled in romantic, classical, and Biblical landscape painting and the School of Art in Karlsruhe under the influential artist Johann Wilhelm Schirmer (1807-1867) who initiated a new school of landscape painting that radiated throughout Germany. Vosberg had a successful career and exhibited extensively in Munich, Berlin, and Karlsruhe. His paintings display a conspicuous love of nature and a reverence for its mystery.
Museums and Public Collections
Darmstadt, Museum of Fine Arts
Karlsruhe, Museum fur Kunst
Leipsig, Museum of Fine Arts
Royal Collection, House of Windsor, London, England