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Johann Baptist Hirschmann "Nuremberg Merchant Georg Jakob Hering and his wife", two pastels, 1800/05 1900 EUR
Johann Baptist Hirschmann "Nuremberg Merchant Georg Jakob Hering and his wife", two pastels, 1800/05
According to the old authentic inscriptions on verso of each of the two pastels, we are dealing with portraits of a merchant by the name "Hering" from Nuremberg and his wife (their dresses and hairstyles suggest the early 1800s).
Johann Baptist Hirschmann (1770 Burgkundstadt, Germany - 1829) was a member of a famous German artist family of the 17th - 19th century. He began as a miniaturist and pastel painter in Den Haag, was also active in Bamberg, Hamburg, Regenburg, etc., and exhibited in Munich and Augsburg. His works belong to collection of the Kupferstichkabinett Dresden, Bavarian National Museum in Munich and other German museums.
Provenance: Nuremberg antique shop
Creation Year: 1800/05
Measurements: UNFRAMED:32,2x28,0cm/12,7x11,0in FRAMED: 46,0x31,7cm/18,1x12,5in
Object Type: Framed pastels
Style: Old Master drawings
Technique: both: pastel on vellum (drawn in oval on rectangular sheet, laid on cardboard by the artist)
Inscription: both: old legend on verso
Creator: Johann Baptist Hirschmann
Creator Dates: 1770 Burgkundstadt-1829
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