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Friedrich Gauermann (1807-1862)-Attrib. "Resting peasant boy", oil study, 1st half of 19th century 2000 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 1000,00 EUR
Friedrich Gauermann (1807-1862)-Attrib. "Resting peasant boy", oil study, 1st half of 19th century
2000 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 1000,00 EUR
Very likely it is an original work of the great Austrian 19th-century artist Friedrich Gauermann.
Friedrich Gauermann (1807 Miesenbach - 1862 Vienna), Austrian painter, son of the landscape painter Jacob Gauermann (1773-1843), was born at Wiesenbach near Gutenstein in Lower Austria on the 10th of September 1807. It was the intention of his father that he should devote himself to agriculture, but the example of an elder brother, who, however, died early, fostered his inclination towards art. Under his father's direction he began studies in landscape, and he also diligently copied the works of the chief masters in animal painting which were contained in the academy and court library of Vienna. In the summer he made art tours in the districts of Styria, Tirol and Salzburg. Two animal pieces which he exhibited at the Vienna Exhibition of 1824 were regarded as remarkable productions for his years, and led to his receiving commissions in 1825 and 1826 from Prince Metternich and Caraman, the French ambassador. His reputation was greatly increased by his picture "The Storm," exhibited in 1829, and from that time his works were much sought after and obtained correspondingly high prices. His "Field Labourer" was regarded by many as the most noteworthy picture in the Vienna exhibition of 1834, and his numerous animal pieces have entitled him to a place in the first rank of painters of that class of subjects. The peculiarity of his pictures is the representation of human and animal figures in connexion with appropriate landscapes and in characteristic situations so as to manifest nature as a living whole, and he particularly excels in depicting the free life of animals in wild mountain scenery. Along with great mastery of the technicalities of his art, his works exhibit patient and keen observation, free and correct handling of details, and bold and clear colouring. He died at Vienna on the 7th of July 1862.
Our additional images show several other Friedrich Gaurmann's oil studies that were offered at art auctions in the last years.
Creation Year: 1st half of 19th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:8,8x10,8cm/3,5x4,3in FRAMED: 18,4x20,5cm/7,2x8,1in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Biedermeier paintings
Technique: oil on cardboard
Inscription: verso: old inscription (signed?): F. Gauermann
Creator: Friedrich Gauermann
Creator Dates: 1807 Miesenbach-1862 Vienna
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