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George Dawe Portrait of Paul Carl Ernst Wilhelm Philipp Graf von der Pahlen oil painting


Portrait of Paul Carl Ernst Wilhelm Philipp Graf von der Pahlen
Painting ID::  81357
George Dawe
Portrait of Paul Carl Ernst Wilhelm Philipp Graf von der Pahlen
Portrait of Paul Carl Ernst Wilhelm Philipp Graf von der Pahlen 1775-1834), russian Cavalry General. Date 1821-1825 cjr

   
   
     

George Dawe Portrait of Peter Graf von der Pahlen russian Cavalry General. oil painting


Portrait of Peter Graf von der Pahlen russian Cavalry General.
Painting ID::  81358
George Dawe
Portrait of Peter Graf von der Pahlen russian Cavalry General.
Date 1822-1825 cjr

   
   
     

George Dawe Portrait of Cyprian Kreutz oil painting


Portrait of Cyprian Kreutz
Painting ID::  81635
George Dawe
Portrait of Cyprian Kreutz
Portrait of Cyprian Kreutz (xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxx, 1777-1850), a Russian General. Date 1826(1826) cjr

   
   
     

George Dawe Portrait of Karl Wilhelm von Toll oil painting


Portrait of Karl Wilhelm von Toll
Painting ID::  81856
George Dawe
Portrait of Karl Wilhelm von Toll
Portrait of Karl Wilhelm von Toll (xxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxx, 1777-1842), a Russian General. Date 1819-1823 cjr

   
   
     

George Dawe Portrait of Magnus Freiherr von der Pahlen oil painting


Portrait of Magnus Freiherr von der Pahlen
Painting ID::  82017
George Dawe
Portrait of Magnus Freiherr von der Pahlen
1822-1825 cjr

   
   
     

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     George Dawe
     1781-1829 British George Dawe Locations English painter and writer. He was the son of the mezzotint engraver Philip Dawe who taught him engraving. He continued to concentrate on engraving when he entered the Royal Academy Schools, London, in 1796, producing portraits until 1802, when he turned to history painting. In 1803 he won a gold medal and the following year made his d?but at the Royal Academy, where he exhibited until 1818, often showing such anecdotal and literary works as Imogen Found in the Cave of Belarius (exh. RA 1809; London, Tate). He was elected an ARA in 1809 and an RA in 1814 and soon afterwards returned to portrait painting. In 1816 he painted a number of portraits of George IV daughter Princess Charlotte (e.g. London, N.P.G.), several of which were engraved. In 1817 he went to Brussels and was present at the review of the allied troops by Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington in Cambrai. Soon afterwards he was invited by Tsar Alexander I of Russia to paint the portraits of all the senior officers who had taken part in the Napoleonic Wars. He travelled to St Petersburg in 1819 where, over the next nine years, he painted nearly 400 portraits. These were placed in a specially built gallery (destr.) in the Winter Palace in St Petersburg. He returned briefly to England in 1828 before travelling to Berlin, where he painted the portraits of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1828; London, N.P.G.) and Frederick William III, King of Prussia (1828; untraced). From Berlin he moved to St Petersburg and then to Warsaw before being forced by illness to return to England, where he died shortly afterwards. His book The Life of George Morland with Remarks on his Works (1807) is both a lively account of his godfather dissipated lifestyle and a fairly critical appreciation of his work.

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