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Carl Josef Alois Agricola (1779-1852)-Attrib. "Portrait of a little noble girl", oil on canvas, 1820s 8000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 6000,00 EUR
Carl Josef Alois Agricola (1779-1852)-Attrib. "Portrait of a little noble girl", oil on canvas, 1820s
8000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 6000,00 EUR
Charming Biedermeier painting with portrait of a little aristocratic girl depicted in the park of her palace. Above the girl is allegorical representation of her two sisters crowning her with a rose garland.
Carl Josef Alois Agricola (1779 Saeckingen/Baden - 1852 Vienna) was a very well-known Austrian historical, portrait and miniaturist painter. He was born in Germany, began studying in Karlsruhe, moved to Vienna in 1798 and studied at the Viennese Academy under the famous Fueger. Agricola became a very popular portrait miniature artist and also made many historical and allegorical paintings. Especially known are his paintings with little children, a few of them can be seen at the Austrian National Gallery "Belvedere".
Provenance: estate of Viennese conductor Otmar Suitner (see our image nr.15)
Condition: good; in original biedermeier frame
Creation Year: 1820s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:39,5x32,2cm/15,6x12,7in FRAMED: 53,7x46,1cm/21,1x18,1in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Biedermeier paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Inscription: verso: stamp of the Austrian Imperial Customs
Creator: Carl Josef Alois Agricola
Creator Dates: 1779 Saeckingen-1852 Vienna
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