Ferdinand Konrad Bellermann (Erfurt, Germany, March 14, 1814 - Berlin, Germany, August 11, 1889) was a painter and naturalist who specialized in scenes of Venezuela influenced by the ideas of Alejandro de Humboldt on the role that the tropical vegetation of South America should play in the expansion of European landscaping.

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View of Fort Solano in Puerto Cabello (1843).
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Landscape of Caracas with viaduct and bridge of the Trinity (1844-45).
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Street of La Guaira.
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Cave of the Guacharo (1874).
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Street of Merida with landscape (1844-45).
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Hacienda Azucarera de San Esteban near Puerto Cabello (1844-45).
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Colonia Tovar (1844-45).
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View of Cumana from the old castle (1843).
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Rada de Angostura
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La Guaira (1843).
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Landscape near Jaji, in the Andes.
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In the Orinoco river near Angostura (1860).

See also:
Wikipedia: Ferdinand Bellermann https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Bellermann

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