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Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki-Attrib. "Galant Rococo scene", outstanding miniature on vellum!, ca. 1750 3500 EUR
Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki-Attrib. "Galant Rococo scene", outstanding miniature on vellum!, ca. 1750
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Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki (1726 Danzig - 1801 Berlin) started to paint small watercolor miniatures on parchment as box insets already at the age of fifteen. Quite soon he became a pupil of the Augsburg painter Haid, who introduced him to enamel painting. Later Chodowiecki studied under Bernhard Rode and tried to paint in oil. However, his favorite technique became the art of etching, so that miniature, enamel and oil painting had to take second place to his new occupation. Chodowiecki established good connections to the editors of pocket calendars in Berlin, Gotha, Goettingen. For them he created his most typical illustration series. The artist drew those small-size illustratrions and let different engravers make etchings of them.
Provenance: Austrian noble estate
Condition: good; in gilded 19th-century brass matting with Rococo ornament
Creation Year: ca 1750
Measurements: UNFRAMED:8,8x11,4cm/3,5x4,5in FRAMED: 14,4x17,0cm/5,7x6,7in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on vellum); matted and glased
Creator: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki
Creator Dates: 1726 Danzig-1801 Berlin
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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