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Leo Lehmann (1782-1859) "Portrait of a gentleman", miniature on ivory, 1816
Price: 2250 EUR
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Leo Lehmann (1782 Hamburg - 1859 Hamburg) studied painting in Hamburg under Fiek and Quadal; then continued with learning miniature painting under Swiss miniaturist Pierre Louis Bouvier, who was at that time living in Hamburg. Lastly, Lehmann perfected his artistic skills in Berlin, where he was affiliated with Berlin court portraitist Friedrich Georg Weitsch; he kept contact with Wilhelm Tischbein, who was then living in Eutin. Concurrently he studied music with Andreas Romberg. Soon after returning to Hamburg Lehmann became a well-known portrait miniaturist. Numerous artists of that town were once his pupils (Louis Asher, John William Bottomley, Christian Wilhelm Luedert, etc.). His sons Heinrich and Rudolf also became artists (Rudolf painted portrait of his father; it is now in Hamburg Kunsthalle - see our image nr.7).
Provenance: private collection, Germany
Creation Year: 1816
Measurements:UNFRAMED:9,0x6,9cm/3,5x2,7in FRAMED: 15,6x12,9cm/6,1x5,1in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription:signed and dated: Lehmann pinx: 1816.
Creator: Leo Lehmann
Creator Dates: 1782 Hamburg-1859 Hamburg
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500 to the US (in Europe sometimes more, depending on destination).
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