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Ottokar Walter "Equestrian scene with Archduke Franz Ferdinand", watercolor, ca.1900 1150 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 862,50 EUR
Ottokar Walter "Equestrian scene with Archduke Franz Ferdinand", watercolor, ca.1900
1150 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 862,50 EUR
This scene with shy horses at a railway barrier shows in reality Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este (future victim of Sarajevo (the reason for the begin of WWI - CLICK HERE ) with his retinue anywhere in suburbs of Vienna (authentic old legend on verso says it is probably Marchfeld in East of city).
Ottokar Walter (1853 Vienna - 1904 Vienna) studied at the Vienna Academy under August Eisenmenger, Carl Wurzinger and Carl von Blass. He specialised himself on horse- and equestrian portraits, was also active as an illustrator. Among his clienteile were Archdukes Ludwig Victor and Otto, Princes Franz Ausperg and Franz Esterhazy, Count Clam-Gallas and other.
See also our images nr. 7-11 with other works of his.
Condition: good; matted and framed
Creation Year: ca 1900
Measurements: UNFRAMED:22,3x37,8cm/8,8x14,9in FRAMED: 33,7x41,7cm/13,3x16,4in
Object Type: Framed watercolor
Style: Horse paintings
Technique: watercolor on paper
Inscription: monogramed: O.W.; verso: old Legend
Creator: Ottokar Walter
Creator Dates: 1853 Vienna-1904 Vienna
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