Johann August Arens

Johann August Arens (born February 10, 1757 in Hamburg, died August 18, 1806 in Pisa, Italy)[1] was a German architect of classicism, a landscape designer, a painter, and a member of the Royal Prussian Academy of Fine Arts and Mechanical Sciences in Berlin.[2][3]

BuildingsEdit

  • 1789-1792: Reconstruction of the Weimar City Palace
  • 1792-1797: Roman house in the park on the Ilm in Weimar
  • 1794-1797: Country house of Baron Caspar Voght in Flottbek
  • 1800: Cemetery chapel St. Petri in Hamburg
  • Landhaus Duncker in Hamburg-Horn
  • 1801: Gentz staircase in the Weimar city palace, completed by Heinrich Gentz between 1802 and 1803
  • Country house Amsinck
  • Landhaus Mönckeberg
  • Country house Eiffe
  • Wandsbeker Church (inaugurated in 1800)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Discover architect, painter, draftsman Johann August Arens". rkd.nl. Retrieved 2019-10-31.
  2. ^ Kreul, Andreas (2003). "Arens, Johann August". Grove Art. doi:10.1093/gao/9781884446054.article.T003952. Retrieved 2019-10-31.
  3. ^ "Johann August Arens". Oxford Reference. Retrieved 2019-10-31.