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J. B. Hirschmann "Charlotte v. Roggenbach, Governess of Bavarian Princesses", pastel, early 19th c. 1750 EUR
J. B. Hirschmann "Charlotte v. Roggenbach, Governess of Bavarian Princesses", pastel, early 19th c.
According to the legend on verso of this pastel (the authenticity of which we have no reason to doubt), this relatively young lady dressed and hair-styled according to fashion of the early 1810s, is none other than Charlotte (Maria Carolina), Freiin (Baroness) von Roggenbach, daughter of high-ranking, South-German official Adam Xaver, Freiherr (Baron) von Roggenbach (see our image nr.11).
Johann Baptist Hirschmann (1770 Burgkundstadt, Germany - 1829) was a member of a famous German artist family of the 17th - 19th century. He began as a miniaturist and pastel painter in Den Haag, was also active in Bamberg, Hamburg, Regenburg, etc., and exhibited in Munich and Augsburg. His works belong to collection of the Kupferstichkabinett Dresden, Bavarian National Museum in Munich and other German museums.
Provenance: inventory sale of a noble castle in province Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Condition: good; in original, gilded frame
Creation Year: early 19th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:35,5x30,3cm/14,0x11,9in FRAMED: 44,0x38,5cm/17,3x15,2in
Object Type: Framed pastel
Style: 19th century paintings
Technique: pastel on vellum (mounted onto stretcher by the artist)
Inscription: verso: old legend
Creator: Johann Baptist Hirschmann
Creator Dates: 1770 Burgkundstadt-1829
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