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Ernst Pessler (1838-1900) "Illustrations to "King Horn", Drawing, 2nd Half of 19th Century 250 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 187,50 EUR
Ernst Pessler (1838-1900) "Illustrations to "King Horn", Drawing, 2nd Half of 19th Century
250 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 187,50 EUR
Unframed drawing by the well known Austrian artist Ernst Pessler (1838 Verona - 1900 Vienna). The drawing belongs to a cycle of illustrations for the famous English romance "King Horn".
Ernst Pessler studied at the Prague Academy, then was a pupil of Professor Ruber at the Viennese Academy. He exhibited regularly in the greatest Austrian exhibition Hall "Wiener Kunstlerhaus" and usually showed drawings in style of romantical artists from the Circle of Moritz of Schwind. Our drawing (and the whole cycle in our possession) is presumably a a first version of the cycle with the same subject shown by the artist in "Wiener Kunstlerhaus" in 1877 (see clip from Friedrich von Boetticher "Malerwerke des Neunzehnten Jahrhunderts", Volume 2, p. 241).
Condition: In good condition, a few spots of foxing. Matted. Measurements refer to image size.
Creation Year: 2nd half 19th Century
Object Type: Unframed drawing
Style: 19th century paintings
Technique: grey ink and wash on paper, laid on cardboard
Creator: Ernst Pessler
Creator Dates: 1838-1900
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