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Johan-Wilhelm-Carl Way "Mathilde de Goussault", important large miniature, 1831 1650 EUR
Johan-Wilhelm-Carl Way "Mathilde de Goussault", important large miniature, 1831
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Johan Wilhelm Carl Way (1792 Rute, Cotland / Sweden - 1873 Stockholm) was a son of an Englishman employed by the Swedish Admiralty. He went to London with his father in 1807 and proceeded to study drawing there. With time he became a pupil of the miniaturist Alexandre De Latour in Brussels. In 1821, he became a member of the Stockholm Academy and later, between 1828-1831 (sic!) traveled to Copenhagen, London and Paris to study painting on glass. From 1831 he was teaching art history at the Stockholm Academy.
Our images nr.8-12 offer biographical information about this artist and show few of his other works.
Creation Year: 1831
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on paper
Inscription: monogrammed and dated "W /1831"
Creator: Johan Wilhelm Carl Way
Creator Dates: 1792 Rute, Cotland-1873 Stockholm
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