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Joseph Bernhard Einsle (1774-1829) "Family group portrait", watercolor, 1819
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Joseph Bernhard Einsle (1774 Goeggingen - 1829 Augsburg) was a well known portrait miniaturist in South Germany with many commissions of middle class customers. His first dated miniature of the King of Wuerttemberg is from 1803, although already in 1796 his name was mentioned in books as "Mahler (Maler., i.e. artist) in Augsburg". In 1806 Einsle married in his native town Goeggingen and from 1810 lived in Constanz at lake Bodensee). In 1817 he moved to Augsburg, where he lived - apart from short stays in Munich and Frankfurt a.M. - until his death in 1829.
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Condition: good; in magnificent Biedermeier frame
Creation Year: 1819
Measurements:UNFRAMED:17,5x15,5cm/6,9x6,1in FRAMED: 28,3x26,6cm/11,1x10,5in
Object Type:Framed watercolor
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor and gouache on paper
Inscription:signed and dated: "Einsle pinx. 1819"
Creator: Joseph Bernhard Einsle
Creator Dates: 1774 Goeggingen-1829 Augsburg
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