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Friedrich von Amerling (1803-1887) "Academic copy after Anthony van Dyck", drawing, 1816/20 250 EUR
Friedrich von Amerling (1803-1887) "Academic copy after Anthony van Dyck", drawing, 1816/20
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Friedrich von Amerling (1803 Vienna - 1887 ibid.) was an outstanding Austrian portrait painter of the 19th century. In 1816-1823 he studied at the Vienna Academy. In mid 1820s he travelled to London intending to get acquainted with Thomas Lawrence, who was considered the greatest portrait painter of the time. Lawrence allowed the young artist to visit his studio and to continue his education after the master's accomplished works. 11 months later F.von Amerling moved to Paris, where he was friendly received by Horace Vernet. After his return to Vienna he soon became one of the most popular portraitists of the Austrian high society. He worked in Italy in 1831 and 1841-44. Around 1000 portraits created by the artist are known to exist; many of them are now missing. Works of F.von Amerling are displayed in the greatest museums worldwide.
Creation Year: 1816/20
Object Type: Unframed drawing
Style: Old Master drawings
Technique: charcoal on paper
Creator: Friedrich von Amerling
Creator Dates: 1803 Vienna-1887 Vienna
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