|Name Heinrich Lossow||Parents Arnold Hermann Lossow|
Born 10 March 1843 (age 54), Munich, Germany
Died 19 May 1897 (aged 54), Schleißheim, Austria
The sin oil painting by heinrich lossow
Heinrich Lossow's father was Arnold Hermann Lossow, a Bremen sculptor. His father moved to Munich in 1820 to study under Ernst Mayer. In Munich, Arnold Hermann Lossow married and had three children: Carl Lossow in 1835, Friedrich Lossow in 1837, and Heinrich Lossow in 1843. The three boys had an affinity for art; Carl became a historical painter, while Friedrich became a wildlife painter. Heinrich would outlive all of his siblings.
He first trained under his father but would go on to study under Karl Theodor von Piloty at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts. He then travel through France and Italy perfecting his art.
His was an illustrator for publishers, including one for an edition of William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Later in his life, he served as a curator at the Schleissheim Palace.