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Josef von Fuehrich (1800-1876)-Attrib., Two Nazarene Drawings, 1st Half of 19th Century 150 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 75,00 EUR
Josef von Fuehrich (1800-1876)-Attrib., Two Nazarene Drawings, 1st Half of 19th Century
150 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 75,00 EUR
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Josef von Fuehrich (1800 Kratzau/Bohemia - 1876 Vienna) was a renowned Austrian historical painter and one of the best representatives of the Nazarene Art. Together with Koch, Schnorr and Veit he worked (under the supervision of Overbeck) on frescoes at the Villa Massimi in Rome. Fuehrich was professor at the Vienna Academy, teacher and an ongoing inspiration for many Austrian painters. His works can be found at museums worldwide, as well as in churches of Austria, Czech Republic and Hungary.
* "Archangel and "Holy Mary" are two ink and wash drawings traditionally attributed to Josef von Fuehrich. ** Provenance: Private Collection Vienna, Austria.
Condition: In good condition, one with traces of a fold, unframed. Measurements first sheet: 7.5 by 4.9 in / 19.1 by 12.5 cm, second sheet: 6.6 by 4.4 in / 16.8 by 11.3 cm.
Creation Year: early 19th Century
Object Type: Two unframed drawings
Style: Nazarene paintings
Technique: ink and wash on transparent paper, laid on mount
Creator: Josef von Fuehrich
Creator Dates: 1800-1876
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