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F. J. G. Lieder-Attrib. "Adjutant of Austrian 58th Infantry Regiment", oil/tin miniature, 1830s 2000 EUR
F. J. G. Lieder-Attrib. "Adjutant of Austrian 58th Infantry Regiment", oil/tin miniature, 1830s
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Friedrich Johann Gottlieb Lieder (1780 Potsdam - 1859 Budapest), called Franz Lieder, was a very well-known Austro-German portraitist, portrait miniature painter and lithograph artist of the first half of the 19th century, father of another well-known portraitist Friedrich Lieder the Younger (1807-1884). He was born in Potsdam in 1780 and already at the age of 17 in 1797 debuted in the Academical Exhibition of Berlin. In 1802 he exhibited a portrait of Napoleon in Potsdam and moved to Paris in 1804 to become pupil of David at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He was then active in Budapest as a popular portraitist of the Hungarian aristocracy and further painted portraits in Pressburg (Bratislava) and Tyrnau. From 1810 he lived in Vienna where he was strongly influenced by works of the famous French miniaturist Johann Baptiste Isabey. The Vienna Congress (1815-1816) brought him special popularity as portraitist. From 1820 the artist was active alternately in Vienna and Budapest. In 1824 he became member of the Vienna Academy. Lieder died in 1859 in Budapest. He can be seen as one of the best Austrian portrait painters. Many of his works belong to collections of major international museums such as the Metropolitan Art Museum, New York, etc.
Povenance: Austrian noble estate
Condition: good; minimal abrasion at 6 o'clock
Creation Year: 1830s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:10,6x8,2cm/4,2x3,2in FRAMED: 17,9x13,6cm/7,0x5,4in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: Oil on tin
Creator: Friedrich Johann Gottlieb Lieder the Elder
Creator Dates: 1780 Potsdam-1859 Budapest
Nationality: Austrian / German
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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