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Otto Slevogt (1855-1881) "Zaehringer Lions", Watercolor from Royal Property, 1877 750 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 562,50 EUR
Otto Slevogt (1855-1881) "Zaehringer Lions", Watercolor from Royal Property, 1877
750 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 562,50 EUR
Otto Slevogt was born in 1855 in Karlsruhe, where he studied at the Academy in 1871-1876.
The German title of this work is "Wie die Zaehringer Loewen sich zum Jubelfest Ihres Grossherzogs schmuecken. 1877". Zaehringer Lion is a symbol of the royal family of Grand Duke of Baden (Baden-Baden). Provenance: Collection of Grand Duke of Baden.
Condition: Image in good condition, slight spots of foxing; matted, framed. Unframed measurements refer to image size.
Creation Year: 1877
Measurements: UNFRAMED:54,5x41,5cm/21,5x16,3in FRAMED: 80,8x70,8cm/31,8x27,9in
Object Type: Framed watercolour
Style: Historical paintings
Technique: watercolor and gold on paper
Inscription: signed, titled and dated 1877 on lower margin
Creator: Otto Slevogt
Creator Dates: 1855-1881
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