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Adalbert Suchy (1783-1849) "Archduke Rudolf of Austria" portrait miniature on ivory
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Adalbert Suchy (ca. 1783 Klattau, Bohemia - 1849 Vienna) was a son of a carpenter. In 1802 he became a student of the Academy of Vienna, where he studied under Schmutzer, and where he exhibited between 1820 and 1840. Suchy chiefly painted miniatures and portraits in watercolor, yet, sometimes, he also did pastels and portraits in oils. He soon acquired success and painted a considerable number of personages of the court and aristorcracy, amongst them the Emperors of Austria Franz I and Ferdinand, as well as members of their families. Several of Suchy's works are in the Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien (Wien-Museum). In the past, Suchy's miniatures belonged to the many important Viennese and Czech collections.
Provenance: Austrian Private Collection
Condition: good, in "florentine" handcrafted gilded frame from the early 19th century (frame damaged on top)
Measurements:UNFRAMED:7,0x5,8cm/2,8x2,3in FRAMED: 16,9x12,6cm/6,7x5,0in
Object Type:watercolor on ivory
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Adalbert Suchy
Creator Dates: 1783 Klattau / Bohemia-1849 Vienna
Nationality:Czech / Austrian
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