The New International Encyclopædia/Achenbach, Andreas
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ACHENBACH, äG'en-bäG, Andreas (1815—). A German landscape and marine painter. He was born at Cassel, studied under Schirmer at Düsseldorf, and is one of the most distinguished painters of the Düsseldorf School. He painted chiefly in the Rhine country, Holland, and Norway, and produced realistic works. He received a medal of the first class in Paris in 1855. Many of his paintings are in private galleries in the United States.