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Friedrich Luwig von Vieth "Portrait of a young lady", outstanding miniature on ivory!!, 1805/10
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Friedrich Ludwig von Vieth von Golssenau (1768 Dresden - 1848 Meissen), while an officer in the Saxony Army, took part in the exhibition at the Academy of Dresden with several small portraits in silverpoint. According to Thieme-Becker, he was supposed to have been studying miniature painting from Giovanni Casanova. After giving up his military career in 1800, he had specialized in miniatures and soon settled in Vienna, according to Schidlof. Thieme-Becker implies that it was in 1812, that he applied for leisure time to go to Vienna and has received an approval of the Saxonian King to do so, as well as full board for his whole stay there. Moreover, an extension for his stay until 1815 was later also approved. An inheritance that he received in 1819 allowed him to stay in Vienna permanently, and it was supposedly only shortly before his death, that he returned to his native Saxony.
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Creation Year: 1805/10
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Friedrich Ludwig von Vieth von Golssenau
Creator Dates: 1768 Dresden-1848 Meissen
Nationality:German / Austrian
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