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Johann Friedrich Tielker (1763-1832)-Attrib. "View of a Cathedral", watercolor, 1825/30 750 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 562,50 EUR
Johann Friedrich Tielker (1763-1832)-Attrib. "View of a Cathedral", watercolor, 1825/30
750 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 562,50 EUR
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Johann Friedrich Tielker (1763 Brunswick (Braunschweig) - 1832 ibidem) originally made silhouettes but gradually became a miniaturist. He worked in Celle (1784), Münster, Osnabrück, Hanover, Aachen (1768/88), Bremen, Hamburg, Lübeck, etc. In late 1789 he returned to Brunswick but, already in 1790, went back to Frankfurt via Magdeburg, Leipzig and Gotha. Tielker stayed in Frankfurt until 1792 (in that year he was also present at the coronation of Holy Roman Emperor Franz II that took place in this city; there he made acquaintances with many important individuals who were to become his future clients). In late 1792 he was already a court artist in Darmstadt. There he portrayed (among others) Princess Luise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, who later became Queen of Prussia, and her sister, Princess Friederike. In 1793 he was in Mainz during its occupation by the French. In the same year, by invitation of (then already) Prussian Crown Princess Luise (née Mecklenburg-Strelitz) Tielker came to work at Berlin Court, where he remained for several years.
Provenance: From album of a German noble family
Condition: In good condition, trace of an erased titled (in upper part), dedication in lower part, unframed.
Creation Year: 1825/30
Object Type: Unframed watercolor
Technique: brown ink and watercolor on paper
Creator: Johann Friedrich Tielker
Creator Dates: 1763 Brunswick-1832 Brunswick
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