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Carl von Sales-Attrib. "Fashionably dressed lady", oil on canvas, late 1820s
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This female portrait is a piece particularly interesting for specialists in the 19th-century fashion. Our comparison image nr.6 demonstrates that the sitter - a middle-aged lady - is dressed according to fashion of the late 1820s. Her large hat is decorated with white "forget-me-not" flowers (a kind of coquetry in the flower language). Her magnificent hat, as well as her costume's exquisite fabrics, suggest that this lady was a representative of either aristocracy or wealthy bourgeoisie of her time.
Carl von Sales (1791 Koblenz, Germany - 1870 Fuerstenfeld, Austria) became in 1815 a student of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. From 1816 to 1830 he regularly participated in academic exhibitions. In 1829 the artist took a trip to Italy where he portrayed Pope Pius VIII. It appears that after 1830 von Sales was no longer active as an artist. Among his known works were portraits of various Austrian royalties and members of high aristocracy. Some of them can be viewed today in diverse Austrian and German museums.
Creation Year: late 1820s
Measurements:UNFRAMED:63,0x52,5cm/24,8x20,7in FRAMED: 80,8x69,8cm/31,8x27,5in
Object Type:Framed oil painting
Style: 19th century paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Creator: Carl von Sales
Creator Dates: 1791 Koblenz-1870 Fuerstenfeld
Nationality:German / Austrian
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