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Wilhelm Andreas Mueller (1733-1816)-Attrib."Tableau with four portrait miniatures on ivory", 1780/90s 2200 EUR
Wilhelm Andreas Mueller (1733-1816)-Attrib."Tableau with four portrait miniatures on ivory", 1780/90s
Velvet-lined tableau with five, painted in 1770/80s miniature portraits of men who had all probably been connected in some way to the city of Hamburg (three of these miniatures have on verso old legends; one of these legends says that the sitter Friedrich Maack (he is the only one depicted in a military uniform) was a captain in Hamburg service).
Wilhelm Andreas Mueller (1733 Brunswick - 1816 Copenhagen) was a pupil of his uncle L.W. Busch in Salzdahlum, Lower Saxony. In 1757 he entered the Academy of Copenhagen. In 1765 he was appointed official painter of the King of Denmark and, in 1773 - member of the Academy of Copenhagen.
Provenance: private collection, North Germany
Condition: fairly good; each with dust under the glass
Creation Year: 1780/90s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:3,0x3,5cm/1,2x1,4in FRAMED: 20,0x25,0cm/7,9x9,8in
Object Type: Framed tableau with miniatures
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: all miniatures: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: three miniatures with legends on verso
Creator: Wilhelm Andreas Mueller
Creator Dates: 1733 Brunswick-1816 Copenhagen
Nationality: German / Danish
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