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Johann Conrad Gessner (1746-1826) "Two hunting dogs", watercolor, late 18th century 1000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 750,00 EUR
Johann Conrad Gessner (1746-1826) "Two hunting dogs", watercolor, late 18th century
1000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 750,00 EUR
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Johann Conrad Gessner (1746 Zurich - 1826 Zurich) began his studies with his father, then trained with painter Heinrich Wuest. He came in 1784 to Dresden to attend the Dresden Academy. In Dresden, he shared living quarters with his fellow-countryman - outstanding portrait painter Anton Graff. In 1788-89, Gessner lived in Rome, where he was a pupil of Tischbein and Trippel. In 1789 he moved back to Zurich, where he became a renowned landscape and animalist painter. Later and until his death in 1826, Gessner lived (apart from his stay in London in 1796-1804) in his native Zurich.
For portait of this artist in our possession, see our web #26463 .
Condition: good; in original old matting
Creation Year: late 18th Century
Object Type: Unframed watercolor
Style: Dog paintings
Technique: watercolor on paper, laid (glued) on an old mount; matted, unframed
Inscription: monogrammed "CG"; inscribed on old mount
Creator: Johann Conrad Gessner
Creator Dates: 1746 Zurich-1826 Zurich
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500 to the US (in Europe sometimes more, depending on destination).
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