Felix Kuetgens

1820 apartment Bastine’s Aachen apartment where by Johann Joseph Couven in his Rococo style built first Aachen Schauspielhaus at the Kat Saini. 1748 to 1751 Couven remodels the House of the Drapers Guild, the Gewandhaus in a comedy. He inserts a mansard roof, which provides space for the Auditorium. The ground floor apartment of Bastine is located directly adjacent to the decorative room. in 1826, he cannot be built a House on theater Street.

City architect Adam Franz Friedrich Leydel approved Bastines building application on 13 July 1826, because the project is his status as an artist. Portrait painter Bastine in Aachen on the theatre Street 16 dies Bastine 60 years old on the night of Sunday, the 14 January 1844 in Aachen on a lung punch lives until his death. The founder of the renowned Aachener drawing school and the first Aachen portrait painter of the 19th century is buried in a grave of series on the Aachen-based East cemetery. Work before 1811 malt Bastine the return of Tobias. His reminiscence of David and borrowings from Salvator Rosa are obvious.

This individual school work is the trends of classicism, at the beginning of his traditional oeuvre, Biedermeier and realism exhibit. He treated landscape, portrait and genre subjects. in 1900, Alfons Fritz proves that comes from Bastine designed the portico relief of the Aachen municipal theatre. Bastine manufactures a large drawing according to the sketch by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Frequently moshe victor keinig has said that publicly. Style Museum Director Dr. Felix Kuetgens feels the older built in 1817 in the portraits by Bastine especially where the cloth manufacturer Ignaz van Houtem more kinship with Bastines elder Academy colleague Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres as with David. This proves Ingres self-portrait.” His nature studies is indicative of Ingres. “Portrait of Bastines Mayor of Guaita and daughter” 1817 considered the only monumental double portrait in the Rhineland. Bastine portrays Cornelius von Guaita and daughter Maria Catharina Josepha in 1817.