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The German painter Franz Richard Unterberger was active during the early 19th century. He traveled extensively, including to Italy, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. He also exhibited in London at the International Exhibition in 1884, where he exhibited in the Austrian section. His works gained a wide following around the world, and he continued to exhibit throughout his career. During the early part of his career, Unterberger worked in the Belgian capital, but his work remained in the European countries where he exhibited.

Underberger was born in Innsbruck, Austria, in 1832. He attended the Academy of Commerce in Munich, where he studied under Julius Lange and Clemens von Zimmermann. Later, he attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, where he worked with Oswald von Achenbach and other renowned artists. His paintings of the Italian countryside are notable for their bold use of color and impressionistic style.

Initially, Unterberger exhibited in the Belgian section of international exhibitions in Munich, where he was known for his landscapes and portraits. He was more active in Brussels and Paris, but he exhibited in London more often. His work was more popular in Belgium, and he exhibited there a number of times. In 1871, he was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Franz Joseph Order.

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