Sgrafittomalereien in der Burg, Tschocha. (Aus: Atlas zur Zeitschrift für Bauwesen, hrsg. v. G. Erbkam, Jg. 17, 1867.)
Max Lohde (February 13, 1845 – December 18, 1868) was a German painter, known for his sgraffito work.Born in Berlin to Ludwig Lohde, an architect, Lohde studied under Julius Schnorr in Dresden and Peter von Cornelius in Berlin, then at the Akademie der Künste, where he won a prize in 1866. While a student, he took a trip to Silesia that aroused his interest in some recently discovered remnants of old sgraffito art, and developed skill in the technique, as well as discovering a new process for producing it. In 1867 he executed four large sgraffito compositions from the Epic Cycle in the stairway of the Sophiengymnasium in Berlin. He also produced a sgraffito work for the pediment of the German War Ministry's riding school, as well as other decorative painting.In 1868 he went on a trip to Italy to study old sgraffito work, but died in Naples before returning. His correspondence with Cornelius and travel reports on the trip were published in some 1868 and 1869 issues of the magazine Zeitschrift für bildende Kunst.
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