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Johann Baptist Anker-Attrib. "Portrait of aristocratic lady" important miniature on ivory!!, 1790s 3500 EUR
Johann Baptist Anker-Attrib. "Portrait of aristocratic lady" important miniature on ivory!!, 1790s
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Johann Baptist Anker (or Ancker) was born in 1770 in Ettenheim by Strasbourg and died after 1824. From 1780 he lived in Vienna, studying at the Vienna Academy under Friedrich Heinrich Fueger, who influenced him a great deal. There are only few of his miniatures (especially on ivory) that are known. Some of them belong to important museum collections: Vienna Museum of Applied Arts, Viennese "Albertina", etc.
Provenance: "Cordier Auctions", Harrisburg, PA / USA, 20 July 2013, lot 214
Condition: good: in gilded Rococo brass frame
Creation Year: 1790s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:7,4x7,4cm/2,9x2,9in FRAMED: 20,7x15,9cm/8,1x6,3in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Johann Baptist Anker
Creator Dates: 1770 Ettenheim-after 1824
Nationality: German / Austrian / French
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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