Freidrich Salathé

Friedrich Salathé (17931858) was a Swiss engraver and graphic artist best known for his landscapes. Born in Binningen near Basel, Salathé apprenticed with Swiss painter Peter Birmann and later served on the Pope’s Swiss Guard. He returned to Binningen in 1821 before moving to Paris in 1823, where he achieved considerable success and recognition (including exhibited works at the Paris Salon in 1841).

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