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# 43205

Adam Mányoki-Attrib. "Theresa Kunigunda Sobieska, Electress of Bavaria" superb oil miniature!, 1710/20

Price: 6900  EUR

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This, superior quality oil on copper miniature shows famous German female royalty of early 18th century - Theresa Kunigunda Sobieska (1676-1730), Electress of Bavaria, daughter of King Jan III Sobieski of Poland.

Theresa Kunigunda married in 1695 Elector Maximillian II Emanuel of Bavaria. Our image nr. 6 provides her biography.

With a very great possibility this miniature could be a work of well-known Dresden artist (especially known for his "Polish" portraits) Adam Mányoki.

Adam Mányoki (Manocky) was born in 1673 in Ipelsky Sokolec (present day Slovakia) and died in 1756 in Dresden. While studying under Andreas Scheitz in Lueneburg, Mányoki was also greatly influenced by works of the French portraitist N. Largilliere, which he copied in the gallery of Castle Salzdamhlum in Lower Saxony. By the age of 20 he worked in Hamburg; in 1703-1707 lived in Berlin, where on commission of Hereditary Prince Friedrich Wilhelm portrayed officers of his regiment. In 1707 he became a court artist of Prince F. Rakoczi II in Homonna, Hungary. In 1709 he studied in the Netherlands, returning to Berlin in the following 1710. In 1711 Mányoki moved to Danzig to re-join Prince Rakoczi who was living there in exile. In 1713-1723 he was a court artist of Saxonian Kurfuerst August the Strong (Mányoki painted portraits in Dresden, Berlin, Dessau, etc for him). In 1723 he came to Vienna, where he portrayed members of the Royal Family (sic!). In 1724-1731 he lived in Hungary, and then moved to Dresden, where in 1738 became once again a court portraitist.

Provenance: German private collection

Condition: good; in hand-carved and gilt wooden frame

Creation Year: 1710/20

Measurements:UNFRAMED:9,3x6,9cm/3,7x2,7in FRAMED: 16,0x11,0cm/6,3x4,3in

Object Type:Framed miniature

Style: Portrait miniatures

Technique: oil on copper (oval)

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Creator: Adam Mányoki

Creator Dates: 1673 Ipelsky Sokolec-1756 Dresden

Nationality:Hungarian/German

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