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Johann Georg Ziesenis Enkedronning Juliane Marie oil painting


Enkedronning Juliane Marie
Painting ID::  77517
Johann Georg Ziesenis
Enkedronning Juliane Marie
Date 1766-1767 Medium Oil cyf

   
   
     

Johann Georg Ziesenis State Portrait of Prince William V of Orange oil painting


State Portrait of Prince William V of Orange
Painting ID::  78143
Johann Georg Ziesenis
State Portrait of Prince William V of Orange
Date 18th century (before 1776) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 113 x 91 cm (44.5 x 35.8 in) cyf

   
   
     

Johann Georg Ziesenis Portrait of Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina oil painting


Portrait of Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina
Painting ID::  79027
Johann Georg Ziesenis
Portrait of Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina
1768-1769 Oil on canvas 140 x 101 cm (55.1 x 39.8 in) cjr

   
   
     

Johann Georg Ziesenis Portrait of Friedrich Ferdinand von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach oil painting


Portrait of Friedrich Ferdinand von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach
Painting ID::  80059
Johann Georg Ziesenis
Portrait of Friedrich Ferdinand von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach
ca. 1776(1776) cjr

   
   
     

Johann Georg Ziesenis Portrait of Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina oil painting


Portrait of Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina
Painting ID::  81991
Johann Georg Ziesenis
Portrait of Princess Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina
Oil on canvas Dimensions 140 x 101 cm (55.1 x 39.8 in) cyf

   
   
     

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     Johann Georg Ziesenis
     (b Copenhagen, 1716; d Hannover, 4 March 1776). German painter of Danish birth. He trained with his father, Johann Georg Ziesenis (1681-1748); he became a German citizen in 1743 and subsequently was appointed court painter to Herzog Christian von Pfalz-Zweibrecken in Zweibrecken and, later, Mannheim. In the early 1750s he overcame his technical shortcomings by studying Flemish art, particularly the work of Rubens and van Dyck. He also introduced a new genre, the private court portrait. His portrait of Karl Philipp Theodor, Kurferst von der Pfalz (1757; Munich, Alte Pin.) is original in its intimate view of a nobleman posed at leisure in casual dress, seated in his private study.

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