In the world of art and design, Heinrich Lossow has earned his share of the spotlight. While he was not a genus savant, his contributions to the art of visual appreciation remain intact to this day. His contributions to the field include a number of engraved plates, which are today prized possessions. He also plied his trade as a sculptor, a curator of the famous palais of Schleissheim and a traveler to the museal lands of Europe, where he reaped the rewards of a life spent in the service of art.
The aforementioned accolades amounted to a 57 year span, which is impressive in today's shortened lifespan. He was a prolific artist, whose outputs spanned a range from a single aforementioned masterpiece to the countless masterpieces he left behind at the altar of art. Aside from his oeuvres, he was a father of three, which included the likes of his sons Carl and Friedrich. These were the forebears of the aforementioned. They were tasked with the monumental duty of raising them to the requisite height. The family was the envy of a posse of snobs.
One of his most famous paintings, The Sin, is a testament to his skill in depicting the sexiest of the sexiest, albeit, in a palatable manner. His accomplishments have been lauded on many occasions, most notably his contributions to the oeuvres of modern art. Some of his most memorable works have been preserved in museum collections. Amongst other things, he was a member of the illustrious Munich painters club. As is standard for such an elite group, he was a voracious aficionado of the arts. If you haven't heard of this master of the gilded age, take heart.