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anna dorothea therbusch Self-Portrait oil painting


Self-Portrait
Painting ID::  26948
anna dorothea therbusch
Self-Portrait
mk52 c.1776-7 Oil on canvs 151x115cm Gemaldegalerie,Berlin

   
   
     

anna dorothea therbusch Anna Dorothea Therbusch oil painting


Anna Dorothea Therbusch
Painting ID::  68647
anna dorothea therbusch
Anna Dorothea Therbusch
Self Portrait of Anna Dorothea Therbusch 1761

   
   
     

anna dorothea therbusch Self portrait with monocle oil painting


Self portrait with monocle
Painting ID::  68649
anna dorothea therbusch
Self portrait with monocle
1777(1777) Oil on canvas 153,5 X 118 cm

   
   
     

anna dorothea therbusch Friedrich II oil painting


Friedrich II
Painting ID::  68650
anna dorothea therbusch
Friedrich II
Anna Dorothea Therbusch: Friedrich II. von Preußen, 1775. Öl auf Leinwand, 57 x 49,5 cm.

   
   
     

anna dorothea therbusch Grafin Lichtenau oil painting


Grafin Lichtenau
Painting ID::  68651
anna dorothea therbusch
Grafin Lichtenau
Wilhelmine Encke, since 1794 countess Wilhelmine von Lichtenau. Mistress of Frederick William II. of Prussia 1776

   
   
     

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     anna dorothea therbusch
     1721-82 German painter of Polish descent. She was taught by her father, the portrait painter Georg Lisiewski (1674-1751), and received further training from Antoine Pesne in Paris. She worked for Charles-Eugene, Count of W?rttemberg, in Stuttgart from 1761 to 1762, and for Charles Theodore Wittelsbach, Elector Palatine of the Rhine, in Mannheim from 1763 to 1764. In 1765 she returned, via Stuttgart and Hohenzollern-Hechingen, to Paris, where in 1767 she became a member of the Academie Royale. She met Denis Diderot and Philipp Hackert, both of whom she painted, and Charles-Nicolas Cochin , but, despite consistent support from Prince Galitsyn, she was unable to establish herself in Paris. In 1769 she returned to Berlin where she received commissions for mythological paintings (e.g. Diana and her Nymphs, 1771; Potsdam, Neues Pal.) from Frederick II, King of Prussia. She painted portraits of members of the Prussian court, and the Berlin bourgeoisie, and in 1773 was commissioned by Catherine II, Empress of Russia, to paint a portrait of the Prussian royal family.

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