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Heinrich Ambros Eckert "The imprisonment of Andreas Hofer (1810)", oil on panel, 1828 7500 EUR
Heinrich Ambros Eckert "The imprisonment of Andreas Hofer (1810)", oil on panel, 1828
Painted in 1828 by Munich artist Heinrich Ambros Eckert, this painting shows a scene of the imprisonment (January 28, 1810) of the leader of Tyrolean Uprising, Andreas Hofer by Napoleonic soldiers (CLICK HERE; see our images nr.16-17).
Heinrich Ambros Eckert (1807 Würzburg - 1840 Munich) began studying art under Caspar Carl Fesel in Würzburg. From 1825 he studied at the Academy of Munich. In those years, he was strongly influenced by works of Munich horse painter Albrecht Adam. In 1831, he went to Paris, then to Bretagne and Normandy, and probably traveled to Russia. In 1834, he returned to Munich. There, together with Dietrich Monten, he created the lithographic cycle (in sum 388 sheets) called "Das Deutsche Bundesheer in charakteristischen Gruppen nach der Natur gezeichnet". Further cycles capturing military subjects followed. Besides that, Eckert executed a number of small battle, marine and hunting oil paintings. His works can be viewed in various German museums.
Our images nr.13-15 show several other works of H.A. Eckert that were offered at art auctions in the last years.
Creation Year: 1828
Measurements: UNFRAMED:37,7x45,8cm/14,8x18,0in FRAMED: 58,0x65,5cm/22,8x25,8in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Battle paintings
Technique: oil on panel
Inscription: monogrammed (ligated) and dated: AE:1828
Creator: Heinrich Ambros Eckert
Creator Dates: 1807 Würzburg-1840 Munich
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