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Marie Ellenrieder General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback, oil painting


General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback,
Painting ID::  71933
Marie Ellenrieder
General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback,
General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback, oil on beechwood 1832

   
   
     

Marie Ellenrieder General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback oil painting


General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback
Painting ID::  73240
Marie Ellenrieder
General Krieg of Hochfelden and his wife on horseback
oil on beechwood 1832 cyf

   
   
     

Marie Ellenrieder Self-portrait oil painting


Self-portrait
Painting ID::  78492
Marie Ellenrieder
Self-portrait
1819 cjr

   
   
     

Marie Ellenrieder Ellenrieder Wessenberg oil painting


Ellenrieder Wessenberg
Painting ID::  80211
Marie Ellenrieder
Ellenrieder Wessenberg
Portrat Ignaz Heinrich von Wessenberg. 1819. Oil on canvas. H: 64,5 cm, : 51,5 cm. cjr

   
   
     

Marie Ellenrieder Self portrait oil painting


Self portrait
Painting ID::  81732
Marie Ellenrieder
Self portrait
1819(1819) Medium Oil cyf

   
   
     

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     Marie Ellenrieder
     Anna Marie Ellenrieder (March 20, 1791 - June 5, 1863, Konstanz) was a German painter. She was born in Konstanz, Germany, the daughter of Konrad and Anna Maria Herrmann, and the granddaughter of Franz Ludwig Herrmann. She studied under the miniature painter Joseph Einsle. Her portraits, similar in style to the ones of Angelica Kauffmann, made her the first woman to enter the Academy of Fine Arts Munich. She spent the time between 1822 and 1824 in Rome, where she became a disciple of Friedrich Johann Overbeck. After this journey, she started painting religious topics such as "Christ Blessing Little Children" and "Mary and the Infant Jesus." Her two paintings "Der 12 jährige Jesus im Tempel / The 12 year old Jesus in the Temple", 1849 (oil on canvas, 203,2 x 139,7 cm) and "Hl Felicitas und ihre sieben Söhne / Holy Felicitas and her Seven Sons", 1847 (oil on canvas, 127 x 177,8 cm) were acquired by Queen Victoria who had been introduced to her work by the Prince Consort, who in turn had encountered the artist on his travels to Rome. They are now part of the Royal Collection in Osborne House. She died in her home town of Konstanz.

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