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Vinzenz Georg Kininger "In Austrian military camp (Napoleonic Wars)", ink drawing, 1809 1250 EUR
Vinzenz Georg Kininger "In Austrian military camp (Napoleonic Wars)", ink drawing, 1809
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Vinzenz Georg Kininger (1767 Regensburg - 1851 Vienna) was a very well-known Viennese watercolor artist, portrait miniaturist, engraver and lithographer. He came with his parents in 1778 to Vienna and in 1780, at the age of 13, entered the Vienna Academy where he became a pupil of the engraver Professor J. Schmutzer. Kininger was also the most favorite student of the Academy Director H. Fueger, who strongly sponsored him. In 1807 the artist became himself Professor of Mezzotinto Engraving at the Vienna Academy. He was very known as portraitist and illustrator. Especially portraits made him so popular, that he was flooded with commissions from representatives of Vienna aristocracy.
This is a preparatory drawing for the etching "Lager von K. K. Deutschen Cavallerie", which belonged to the seven-sheet cycle of military scenes printed around 1810 by Edition Tranquillo Mollo, Vienna.
Creation Year: 1809
Object Type: Unframed drawing
Style: Old Master drawings
Technique: black ink on paper
Inscription: inscribed: see description
Creator: Vinzenz Georg Kininger
Creator Dates: 1767 Regensburg-1851 Vienna
Nationality: German / Austrian
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