Ludwig Deutsch (Vienna, 1855 - Paris, 1935) was an Austrian painter who settled in Paris.

Deutsch came from a well-established Jewish family. His father was a financier at the Austrian court.[1] He studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts 1872-1875, then, in 1878, moved to Paris where he became strongly associated with Orientalism. He was on good terms with another Austrian Orientalist in Paris, Rudolf Ernst.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Les orientalistes des écoles allemande et autrichienne: Martina Haja, Günther Wimmer - 2000 "Par leur caractère inachevé, elles nous placent au cœur du processus de création de Deutsch. Né à Vienne le 13 mai 1855, Ludwig Deutsch est issu d'une famille juive ; son père était changeur à la Cour impériale. Après le lycée, il entra à ."
  2. ^ Orientalism: Delacroix to Klee Roger Benjamin, Mounira Khemir, Ursula Prunster - 1997 "Rudolph Ernst, like his friend Ludwig Deutsch, was a Viennese-born Orientalist who settled in Paris during the 1870s."
  3. ^ Hali, The international magazine of antique carpet and textile art: Volume 8 1986 "Ludwig Deutsch is perhaps the Austrian Orientalist most sought after by collectors. One of his works on show, 'The Scholar', is a fine example of the artist at his very best. Dated 1901 and painted in Paris, like the vast majority of his works, it has ..."