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Self Portrait by Phillipp Otto Runge

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Artist Introduce :
Philipp Otto Runge (philipp otto runge) was born on July 23, 1777, died on December 2, 1810. Philipp Otto Runge is German romanticism painters. Philipp Otto Runge late start painting creation, combined with the unfortunate death, so his career is not very long, however, Philipp Otto Runge is still still is the best of the German romanticism painters.
Philipp Otto Runge in 1777 was born in Cornwall, (Wolgast) of a family in the shipbuilding industry. A total of eleven children in the home, Philipp Otto Runge ranking ninth. Sickly Philipp Otto Runge since childhood, often because of illness and go to school. In the home, Philipp Otto Runge from mother learned the art of paper cutting, and paper-cut also become Philipp Otto Runge keep practicing the art of life. In 1795, Philipp Otto Runge began in brother Daniel (Daniel) company do business apprentice. In 1799, under the brother's financial support, Philipp Otto Runge in Copenhagen institute (Copenhagen Academy) learning to paint. In 1801, moved to long Dresden Dresden continues to pursue advanced studies. There, he met Samuel caspar David friedrich (caspar David friedrich), Ludwig grams (Ludwig Tieck) and his wife Pauline Bassenge. Philipp Otto Runge began extensive research in the 17th century, mysterious Jakob "wheat (Jakob Boehme). In 1803 to the Weimar (Weimar) travel, Philipp Otto Runge and John Wolfgang von Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe), who met two people due to the common love for art become good friends.
In 1804, long after the wedding (Hamburg) moved to Hamburg. From 1805 to 1807 in order to avoid the threat of war, the couple spent two years in Cornwall. Meanwhile, Philipp Otto Runge and johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Goethe) to discuss Philipp Otto Runge works and color as the theme of correspondence become frequent. In 1807, after returning to Hamburg Philipp Otto Runge and brother opened a new company and has been working hard. That same year, Philipp Otto Runge establish the concepts of color ball. In 1808, he deepened research, color color mixture experiment was carried out. In 1809, Philipp Otto Runge completed the chromospheric manuscript, then published. Philipp Otto Runge suffering from tuberculosis in 18010, during his illness, he did it for his family and his portraits. Philip otto Philipp Otto Runge in the day after the birth of our fourth child, namely, died on December 2, 1810.
With the creation of Philipp Otto Runge, he tried to through the symbolic colors, shapes and Numbers to express the harmonious ideas of the universe. Philipp Otto Runge thinks, color is the result of natural, blue, yellow and red symbol of the Christian trinity, blue symbol of god and the night, red symbol of Jesus, morning and evening, and yellow symbolizes the holy spirit. As a painter, Philipp Otto Runge has valuable exploration spirit.

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