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Johann Nepomuk Ender (1793-1854)-Attrib. "New Clock", large drawing, early 19th century 1200 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 600,00 EUR
Johann Nepomuk Ender (1793-1854)-Attrib. "New Clock", large drawing, early 19th century
1200 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 600,00 EUR
Johann Nepomuk Ender (1793 Vienna - 1854 ibidem), twin-brother of another well-known Austrian artist, Thomas Ender, was a very popular portrait painter and miniaturist. From 1806 he studied at the Vienna Academy under Maurer, Lampi, Fueger and Caucig and repeatedly received Academy awards. First portraits by him are known from 1814. In 1815-1817 he was already a well-known Viennese portraitist. In 1818-1819 Ender accompanied Hungarian Count Istvan Szechenyi on his trip through Italy, Greece and the Middle East. In 1820 he obtained an academical scholarship for Italy. In 1820-21 he stayed in Florence; from autumn 1821 lived (together with his brother Thomas) in Rome. While he studied there, he also copied works of Raphael, and painted not only portraits, but also historical and religious compositions. In 1825 he became a member of Rome Accademia di S. Luca.
Condition: In fairly good condition, restored; in early 19th century Vienna frame
Creation Year: early 19th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:54,5x44,0cm/21,5x17,3in FRAMED: 63,2x52,4cm/24,9x20,6in
Object Type: Framed drawing
Style: Old Master Drawings
Technique: Brown ink and wash on paper, laid on cardboard
Creator: Johann Nepomuk Ender
Creator Dates: 1793 Vienna-1854 Vienna
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