Works by Christian Baumgartner – Swiss Watercolorist
25.8.1855 Jegenstorf (BE) – 3.12.1942 Bern
Christian Baumgartner was a watercolorist with an extraordinary gift for capturing the special light of the Swiss countryside. Many of his landscapes depict the countryside along the banks of the Aare river in his native Canton of Bern.
Beginning in 1900, Baumgartner taught at the Kunstschule Bern (Art School of Bern). In the early years of the century he was part of a group of talented landscape artists who were dubbed “Die Stillen im Lande” – The Quiet Ones in the Country.”
He is listed in the Benezit and other major art dictionaries.
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References: The Biographic Dictionary of Swiss Artists
L’Art pour L’Aar – L’Art bernois au XXe Siecle (Bern 1984)
Autumn Path- SOLD Country Church – SOLD
Evening Landscape – Polars along a
Country Road After a Spring Rain – SOLD
Summer Landscape on the Aare River – SOLD
Autumn Landscape on the Aare River – SOLD
Sail Boat in the Port at St. Gingolph
on Lac Leman (Lake Geneva) – SOLD
Evening Landscape with Pink Clouds – SOLD Landscape by a Lake – SOLD Alpine Lake – SOLD Autumn Landscape on the Aare – SOLD Spring Meadow
Fishing Boat on a Pond – SOLD
Spring Landscape on the Aare – SOLD Moossee near Bern – SOLD