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Domenico Quaglio the Younger

1786 Munich – 1837 Hohenschwangau

An architectural painter, scenographer, etcher and lithographer, Domenico Quaglio was the scion of an artistic family originating from Northern Italy that settled in Munich at the end of the 18th century. Domenico was a pupil of his father Giuseppe and received further artistic training from Carl Ernst Christoph Hess and Joseph Mettenleiter. In 1803/04 he was appointed stage designer at Munich’s Hoftheater. Domenico Quaglio is considered to be the founder of Munich architectural painting and is one of the most important veduta painters of German Romanticism.