Paul Wilhelm Keller-Reutlingen was born in Reutlingen, Germany on February 2nd, 1854. An engineer and painter, he specialized in painting landscapes as part of the German school around the turn of the century. Keller-Reutlingen was a prized pupil at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Stuttgard and later at the Academy in Munich. He started exhibiting in 1870 in Munich, Vienna, Dusseldorf, Stuttgard and Berlin. He was a gold medal winner in Munich in 1892. Keller-Reutlingen died in Munich in 1920.
Frankfurt Museum, Moulin a Bruck; Leipzig Museum, Crepuscule; Munich Museum, Peux le Toit de Mousse; Stuttgard Museum, Sonneries du Poir.