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Anton Einsle "Preparatory study for the gala portrait of Ferdinand I of Austria", oil/canvas, ca.1840 3500 EUR
Anton Einsle "Preparatory study for the gala portrait of Ferdinand I of Austria", oil/canvas, ca.1840
It ia a preparatory study for the large-scala gala portrait of Kaiser (Emperor) Ferdinand I of Austria (1793-1875; CLICK HERE). It is a work of Vienna court portraitist Anton Einsle. The finished large portrait is mentioned in the artist's catalogue raisonee (see our image nr.10). It was also partially reproduced by Vienna lithographer Thomas Benedetti (see again image nr.10).
Anton Einsle (1801 Vienna - 1871 ibidem) was a very significant Austrian portrait painter of the 19th century. At the age of 13 he began studying at the Vienna Academy and painted his first works on commission at 16. His first portraits in oil and miniatures are known to appear in 1827. His works were represented at all great exhibitions in Vienna from 1830 on. Einsle worked in Prague and Budapest for a few years. He soon became a favourite portrait painter of high aristocracy and royals and was an official portraitist of Kaiser Franz Josef I. Works by Einsle are represented in many museums in Austria and abroad.
Condition: good; unlined; with new stretcher and frame
Creation Year: ca 1840
Measurements: UNFRAMED:62,0x44,0cm/24,4x17,3in FRAMED: 70,2x53,0cm/27,6x20,9in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Biedermeier paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Creator: Anton Einsle
Creator Dates: 1801 Vienna-1871 Vienna
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