Gottfried Keller was a Swiss poet and writer of German literature. Best known for his novel Green Henry, he became one of the most popular narrators of literary realism in the late 19th century.
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About Gottfried Keller
Swiss poet in German Literature who became one of the most popular narrators of literary realism and was known for his novel Green Henry.
He started painting and was an apprentice in 1934 to landscape painter Steiger before later studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1840.
He became the First Official Secretary of the Canton of Zurich in 1861.
His father was a lathe-worker and after his death, his family lived in constant poverty.
Like him, Daniele Pantano has been a Swiss poet.
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- Gottfried Keller Foundation - Gottfried Keller-Stiftung, commonly abbreviated to GKS, meaning Gottfried Keller Foundation, is an arts foundation related to Cultural heritage of Switzerland, named by its founder Lydia Welti-Escher after the Swiss 'national' poet Gottfried Keller.
- 19th-century Swiss novelists
- 19th-century Swiss poets
- Swiss poets in German
- Swiss dramatists and playwrights
- 19th-century dramatists and playwrights
- Swiss male poets
- Swiss male novelists
- Academy of Fine Arts, Munich alumni
- Members of the Bavarian Maximilian Order for Science and Art
- Heidelberg University alumni