Johanna Schopenhauer

Johanna Schopenhauer, née Trosiener (July 9, 1766 – April 17, 1838), was a German author. She is today known primarily for being the mother of Arthur Schopenhauer.

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Johanna Schopenhauer - Works
... It was not long after her arrival in Weimar that Johanna began to publish her writings, some articles on paintings with an emphasis on those by Jan Van Eyck ... As the book met with critical success, Johanna felt estimulated to pursue a career as an authoress—a career on which her livelihood would depend, after the aforementioned financial ...
Arthur Schopenhauer - Life
... Arthur Schopenhauer was born in the city of Danzig (Gdańsk), at Św ... Ducha 47, the son of Johanna Schopenhauer (née Trosiener) and Heinrich Floris Schopenhauer, both descendants of wealthy German Patrician families ... Commonwealth city of Danzig in 1793, Schopenhauer's family moved to Hamburg ...

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