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Caroline Pienczykowska-Attrib. "Count Emanuel von Spens-Booden", fine miniature on ivory, 1820s

1900  EUR
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This is a miniature portrait of a young (he appears to be about 20/25 years of age) and wealthy Silesian landowner, Count Maria Emanuel von Spens-Booden. According to (found on the Web) genealogical information (see our image nr.8), he was born on the 18th of June 1799 in Kacice (now Czech Republic) and died on the 8th of April in Ropice in the Moravian-Silesian region (formerly part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; now - Czech Republic). He was the owner of estates in Kacice, Otrubkov, Blagotici and Poh-Wizdow (Polish-Silesian area). On the 9th of April 1831 he married in Teschen (Silesia) Anna von Glässer (1809-1853). They had later four children.

This miniature seems to be a work of Polish-Austrian female miniaturist Caroline Pienczykowska (for comparison see other works of her in our possession).

Caroline (Karolina) Pienczykowska was born ca. in 1790 into a Polish family, presumably living in Austria. Her sister was the wife of the famous Viennese portrait miniaturist Carl Josef Alois Agricola and it cannot be excluded that her first art lessons she obtained from her brother-in-law. She studied also at the Vienna Academy and showed her miniatures at the exhibitions of 1820-1822 (one of them was probably our, dated 1822 miniature). It is known that she also worked in Prague. She died in Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraine).

Provenance: Vienna private collection

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Condition: good

Creation Year: 1820s

Measurements: UNFRAMED:0,0x0,0cm/0,0x0,0in

Object Type: Framed miniature

Style: Portrait Miniatures

Technique: watercolor on ivory

Inscription: -

Creator: Caroline Pienczykowska
To see other works by this artist click on the name above!

Creator Dates: ca. 1790-?

Nationality: Polish / Austrian / Czech

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