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Emanuel Salomon v. Friedberg-Mirohorsky "Military scene", small oil on panel painting, 1890 1250 EUR
Emanuel Salomon v. Friedberg-Mirohorsky "Military scene", small oil on panel painting, 1890
Emanuel Salomon Friedberg-Mirohorsky (1829 Prague - 1908 Prague) was born into a Jewish family (his father converted to Catholicism), studied as a young man at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts, then - at the Theresian Military Academy in Wiener Neustadt by Vienna. In 1846 he became a lieutenant of the Austrian Army, in 1848 fought in Italy and in the same year by Vienna (Revolution of 1848), took part in Hungarian Campaign of 1849. In 1850 he was arraised to Major, in 1851, following the emperor's order, he painted the battle fields in Hungary. In 1855 he is already colonel, serves in Verona. From 1859, as a regiment commandant, then brigade commandant and later as a division commandant served in Osijek, Kormano, Budapest and finally in Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraine). In 1873 in Lemberg he became a major-general, in 1878 a Lieutenant-Fieldmarshall and retired in 1883. From 1884 onwards he dedicated himself exclusively to painting: genre paintings, watercolors, battle scenes, illustrations for books and various Czech newspapers. He was also active as a writer.
Our images nr.7-10 show several other works of this artist.
Condition: fairly good; in original frame
Creation Year: 1890
Measurements: UNFRAMED:15,5x21,0cm/6,1x8,3in FRAMED: 30,2x34,6cm/11,9x13,6in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Military paintings
Technique: oil on panel
Inscription: signed and dated: "Friedberg 1890"
Creator: Emanuel Salomon Friedberg-Mirohorsky
Creator Dates: 1829 Prague-1908 Prague
Nationality: Czech / Austrian
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