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Joseph Karl Stieler "Artist's sister Babette Stieler", first miniature!!, ca.1795, DISCOVERY!!
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Joseph Karl Stieler (1781 Mainz - 1858 Munich) was an outstanding German portraitist of the first half of the 19th century. He started his career as a painter of portrait miniatures, in 1800 moved to Vienna, where he became a pupil of H.Fueger and turned to oil painting. In 1807-1808 the artist studied in Paris under Gerard, for two years lived in Rome and in 1812 went back to Munich, where he was graciously received by Maximilian I. In 1816-1820 Stieler lived in Vienna and from 1820 until his death in 1858 lived and worked in Munich, where he became a royal painter of Ludwig I. During this period he was heaped by numerous commissions of various royals. Stieler's works can be seen in the greatest museums in Germany and abroad.
Condition: good, in original neoclassical brass standing frame
Creation Year: ca 1795
Measurements:UNFRAMED:11,3x8,9cm/4,4x3,5in FRAMED: 13,2x10,8cm/5,2x4,3in
Object Type:Framed watercolor
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor and gouache on ivory
Creator: Joseph Karl Stieler
Creator Dates: 1781 Mainz-1858 Munich
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