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Georg Heinrich Busse

1810 Bennemühlen near Hannover – 1868 Hannover

Georg Heinrich Busse trained as an engraver in Dresden under Christian Ernst Stölzel and in 1835 travelled on a royal stipend to Rome, where he was to live and work until 1844. Busse was mainly active as a landscape artist in Italy. The influence of Joseph Anton Koch and the journeys the artist undertook to the Roman Campagna, southern Italy and Sicily enabled him to deepen his understanding of the southern landscape.