The New International Encyclopædia/Bamberger, Friedrich
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BAMBERGER, bäm'bĕrK-ẽr, Friedrich (1814-73). A German painter. He was born at Würzburg, and studied at the Berlin Academy and under Primavesi, at Cassel, and Rottmann, at Munich. In 1845 he made a tour through Normandy and England, as a result of which he produced the fine painting entitled “The Battlefield of Hastings,” with its magnificent view of the sea. Among his best works, most of which are studies of Spanish landscapes, are the views of Gibraltar (at Munich), Algeciras, and Granada.