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Johann Michael Weixlbaum (1752-1840) "Lady in white Empire dress", important miniature!!, ca. 1810
Price: 2900 EUR
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Johann Michael Weixlbaum or Weichselbaum (1752 Lichtental by Vienna - 1840 Vienna) studied at the Vienna Academy between 1763 and 1768, and worked as a painter of figures at the Vienna porcelain factory. In 1784 he returned to the Academy to refine his skill and became there a pupil of Fueger. This allowed him in 1797 to become the "Obermaler" of the Vienna porcelain factory. Weixlbaum also painted in oils and on enamel. According to some sources, he is believed to have settled in Lemberg (now Lvov, Ukraine) in 1812, as a miniaturist and painter on porcelain. Yet again, after some time, he reappeared in Vienna and worked there.
Creation Year: ca 1810
Measurements:UNFRAMED:9,4x7,8cm/3,7x3,1in FRAMED: 16,6x12,9cm/6,5x5,1in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription:signed: "Weixlbaum p.(inxit)"
Creator: Johann Michael Weixlbaum
Creator Dates: 1752 Lichtental/Vienna-1840 Vienna
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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