Anton von Werner

Anton Alexander von Werner was a German painter known for his history paintings of notable political and military events in the Kingdom of Prussia. One of the most famous painters of his time, he is regarded a main protagonist of the Wilhelmine Period. Werner was born in Frankfurt in the Prussian Province of the son of a carpenter, his family came from East Prussia and was ennobled in 1701. He began an apprenticeship as a decorative painter in 1857 and from 1860 onwards studied painting at the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin. One year he pursued his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, where he studied with Johann Wilhelm Schirmer, Ludwig des Coudres, Adolf Schroedter, Karl Friedrich Lessing. In Karlsruhe, Werner met with artists like Eduard Devrient, Johannes Brahms and Clara Schumann, Paul Heyse, the Norwegian painter Hans Gude; the author Joseph Victor von Scheffel, who became a close friend, introduced him to Grand Duke Frederick I of Baden, Werner illustrated several printed editions of Scheffel's works.

Werner visited Paris in 1865 and again from March 1867 to July 1868, preparing the International Exposition of 1867. He was influenced by the history paintings of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Eugène Delacroix, Ernest Meissonier, Léon Cogniet whom he met personally. Having obtained a travelling scholarship upon the exhibition of his early works at the International Exposition, he moved to Italy in 1868 and stayed with Anselm Feuerbach in Rome until November 1869. On his return to Baden, he received several state commissions. Upon the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War, Werner was sent with the staff of the 3rd Corps d'Armée under the command of Prince Frederick William of Prussia in October 1870. In January 1871, he was summoned to the Prussian headquarters in Versailles and commissioned to immortalize the proclamation of the German Empire at the Hall of Mirrors; this painting marked Werner's final breakthrough, he became acquainted with numerous German federal princes he portrayed, met with Chancellor Otto von Bismarck and Field Marshal Helmuth von Moltke, as well as with Emperor Wilhelm I.

Afterwards he returned to Berlin, now the German capital, married Malwine Schroedter, daughter of his tutor Adolf Schroedter in August 1871. In Berlin, Werner designed a large velarium stretching over the Unter den Linden boulevard at the triumphant arrival of the victorious German troops, he received further public commissions to create the mural decorations in the portico of the Victory Column, whereby he used his velarium as a cartoon for an innovative stained glass mosaic. He continued to commemorate the Franco-Prussian War in several commissioned paintings. In 1873 Werner was appointed professor at the Berlin Academy, his career reached its peak. After 1888, while in William II's court, Werner tutored the emperor to become a painter. In 1909, he succeeded Hugo von Tschudi in directing the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, he died in Berlin in 1915 and was interred at the Alter Zwölf-Apostel-Kirchhof in the Schöneberg neighborhood of Berlin. Werner's more important works include The Capitulation of Sedan, Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, Moltke before Paris, Moltke at Versailles, The Meeting of Bismarck and Napoleon III, Christ and the Tribute Money, William I visiting the Tombs, The Congress of Berlin, some decorations executed in mosaic for the Berlin Victory Column.

Werner's work is chiefly interesting for the historic value of his pictures of the events of the Franco-Prussian War. Werner was good friends with Norwegian painter Hans Gude whom he met at the Karlsruhe school, whom he would work with at the Berlin Academy. Gude wrote of Werner in 1873, Even manifested a versatile and rich talent, besides incredible assiduity and capacity for work, he was tireless in inventing all sorts of high jinks to amuse us on the Sunday afternoons when the entire group assembled. 1864 Kinderkopf im Profil 1867 Kauernder Jüngling 1872 Allegorie auf die Entstehung der deutschen Einheit 1873 Husar und älterer Offizier 1877 Die Proklamation des Deutschen Kaiserreiches. Destroyed in World War II. "Werner, Anton von". The American Cyclopædia. 1879

Vishwavani News

Vishwavani daily has around 56 years of history, published by Patil Puttappa from Hubballi. Vishweshwar Bhat is chief editor of the news paper; the tag line on its masthead is " Vishwasave Vishwa". Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah inaugurated the revamped edition on 15 January 2016. Vishwa Vani is admired for its Coloumns written by Thyagaraj, B. Ganapathi, Ravindra Joshi, Srivathsa Joshi and the Editor-in-chief Vishweshwar Bhat himself whose coloumns appear on Thursday and Sunday respectively. Pratap Simha Member of Parliament of Mysuru & Kodagu -, a journalist himself writes his weekly coloumn'Bettale Jagattu' every Saturday. Vishwa Vani extensively covered the death of Centenerian seer Sri Sri Shivakumara Swamiji; the travelogues written by Vishweshwar Bhat in his weekly coloumn and in its supplementary provide the detailed insights of the culture, people, interesting facts, behaviour of the people, cuisine, nature, infrastructure and a range of other issues. The Editor-in-chief Vishweshwar Bhat answers the queries of his readers.

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Wetter (song)

"Wetter" is a song by American rapper Twista off his seventh album Category F5 and released as the first single. The song features the singer Erika Shevon, was produced by The Legendary Traxster, it is sometimes referred to as the second part to the song "Get It Wet" off his 1997 album Adrenaline Rush due its similarities. It was released as a Digital Download on February 24, 2009; the radio version is remixed. The song contains elements from Janet Jackson's 1994 hit Any Time, Any Place, it is a straightforward slow jam, with Shevon's vocal chorus punctuating Twista's two verses. The ` calling you daddy' section serves as both an outro. There is a freestyle by Lil Wayne & Shanell called "Wayne On Me" from Wayne's 2009 mixtape No Ceilings; this song is Twista's highest-charting single since Girl Tonite. Promo CD single "Wetter" - 4:18 "Wetter" - 4:18 "Wetter" - 4:18 "Wetter" - 4:18 "Wetter" - 4:16Digital single "Wetter" - 4:16 "Wetter" - 4:16 "Wetter" - 4:16 Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics