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Frantisek Maschek "Colonel Johann Swoboda, Commander of 8th Cuirassiers", superb miniature!!, 1838 8500 EUR
Frantisek Maschek "Colonel Johann Swoboda, Commander of 8th Cuirassiers", superb miniature!!, 1838
We are dealing with executed in 1838 large miniature on ivory with a portrait of a senior (according to form of his cuirasse) officer of Austrian Cuirassier Regiment No.8 (see our image nr.10). His helmet with Emperor's cypher "F.1." (for Kaiser Ferdinand I of Austria) corresponds to regulation of late 1830s. He bears (obtained many years ago) Austrian bronze Army ("Canon") Cross which were awarded all Austrian combatants of Liberation (anti-Napoleonic) War of 1813/1814 (see our image nr.11).
Frantisek Maschek (1790 Kuttenberg/Kutna Hora /Czech Republic - 1862 Leitmeritz / Litomeric / Czech Republic) was a pupil of the Academy of Prague, worked as a portrait miniaturist in Prague and (as Schidlof presumes) in Vienna. In 1846 he visited Paris where he got to know J.B. Isabey. His works can be found in the main Czech and Austrian public and private collections.
Our images nr.12 shows a similar miniature by this artist.
Condition: good; in magnificent original biedermeier frame
Creation Year: 1838
Measurements: UNFRAMED:14,5x11,3cm/5,7x4,4in FRAMED: 28,3x25,5cm/11,1x10,0in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: signed and dated: FMaschek /1828
Creator: Frantisek (Franz) Maschek
Creator Dates: 1790 Kuttenberg-1862 Leitmeritz
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