0E782 Antik müncheni nyomat Mária kis Jézussal
|Feltöltés ideje: 2019. december 03.|
Régi aranyozott blondel keretben, üveglap mögött található, nagyon szép állapotú antik vallási témájú színes, sorszámozott nyomat az 1800-as évek közepéről. Feliratok: PRINTED IN MÜNICH FRÖSCHL PINSC 5229 MADONNA GRAVIRE HANFSTAENGL FRANZ HANFSTAENGEL MÜNCHEN LONDON & NEW YORK Száraz körpecséten felirat: FRANZ HANFSTAENGEL MÜNCHEN Sorszám: 5229
Szélesség: 21.5 cm
Magasság: 28 cm
Súly: 0.36 kg
A nyomat mérete: 9.2 x 13.7 cm
Franz HanfstaenglFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis article is about the German artist, lithographer, and photographer Franz Hanfstängl (1804-1877). For other individuals with the same surname, seeHanfstaengl family.1832 Portrait of Franz Hanfstaengl (1804-1877) by Friedrich Düncke.Franz Hanfstängl in later life.
Franz Seraph Hanfstaengl March 1804, Baiernrain near Bad Tölz – 18 April 1877, Munich) was a Bavarian painter,lithographer and photographer.
Hanfstaengl originated from a commoner family and in 1816 came on the recommendation of the town-school-teachers into the drawing-class of the leave-day school at Munich led by Hermann Josef Mitterer. He was instructed in lithography, he had contact with Alois Senefelder and studied from 1819 to 1825 at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts. In 1826, he went to Dresden and began his great work, completed in 1852, of copying in lithograph the canvases of the Dresden Gallery. Between 1835 and 1852 Hanfstängl brought out about 200 lithographic reproductions of masterworks from the Dresdenpicture-gallery, and published them in a portfolio. When he returned to Munich, he left his establishment at Dresden to his brothers Max and Hans.
In 1833 he founded in Munich a lithographic establishment of his own, which he operated until 1868, and to which he later attached a fine art printing shop and (in 1853) a photographic workshop. Hanfstaengl won for himself much popularity as the portrait lithographer of Munich society, being nicknamed 'Count Litho'. Later, he became court photographer and produced portraits of distinguished persons, amongst others of the young King Ludwig II, of Franz Liszt, Otto von Bismarck andEmpress Elisabeth of Austria. In 1858 Hanfstaengl tutored renowned French photographer Antoine Samuel Adam-Salomon.
He influenced his brother-in-law, the Austrian physician, inventor and politician Norbert Pfretzschner senior in the evolving of the photographic dry-plate in 1866. He was married to Franziska Wegmeier (1809–1860), by whom he became the father ofEdgar Hanfstaengl. Another family member, Erwin von Hanfstaengl, in 1873 married the opera-singer Marie Schröder.