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Peter van Bemmel (1686-1754)

Peter van Bemmel (1686-1754)

Van Bemmel was born in Nuremberg in 1686, the second son and pupil of Willem van Bemmel. He painted landscapes, and was especially successful in representing thunderstorms and winter scenes. His works are seen in the galleries of the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum and in his native city. He etched six plates of landscapes, and died at Ratisbon in 1754. His sons, Christoph and Johann Christoph von Bemmel, followed his profession.
 
His father Willem van Bemmel, (10 June 1630, in Utrecht – 20 December 1708, in Nuremberg), was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter who moved to Germany. He was a student of Herman Saftleven in Utrecht.He made a Grand Tour to Rome, spending first the years 1647-9 in Venice before moving to Rome where he stayed for six years and became a member of the Bentvueghels.From Rome he crossed the Alps to Nuremberg.
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