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Johann Lorenz Kreul-Attrib. "Portraits of husband and wife", two high quality pastels, 1810/15 2800 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 2100,00 EUR
Johann Lorenz Kreul-Attrib. "Portraits of husband and wife", two high quality pastels, 1810/15
2800 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 2100,00 EUR
Acquired in September 2011, in South Germany, these two pastel portraits of anonymous (aristocratic?) married couple seem to be (with very great possibiliity!) works of Bavarian, turn of 19th century artist Johann Lorenz Kreul (our comparison image nr.11 convincingly supports this attribution).
Johann Lorenz Kreul (1765 Erlbach - 1840 Nuremberg) began his studies under G. Ph. Zwinger at the Art School of Nuremberg. Apart from that, he took lessons from Ansbach court artist Friedrich Cotthard Naumann (see his work in our possession). He made numerous study trips through Germany, before settling for two years in Stuttgart on invitation of Duke of Wuerttemberg, and becoming the latter's royal portraitist. In 1807, he moved to Nuremberg. His son, Johann Friedrich Karl Kreul (1804-1867) was also a well-known portraitist. This explains why our artist is often referred to as Johann Lorenz Kreul the Elder.
The sitter bears badge of a still unidentified (fremasonoc?) order.
Condition: fairly good
Creation Year: 1810/15
Measurements: UNFRAMED:53,0x41,0cm/20,9x16,1in FRAMED: 61,7x49,2cm/24,3x19,4in
Object Type: Framed pastels
Style: 19th century paintings
Technique: both: pastel on vellum
Creator: Johann Lorenz Kreul the Elder
Creator Dates: 1765 Erlbach-1840 Nuremberg
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