Eduard Charlemont

male / Austrian
Vienna 1848-08-02
Vienna 1906-02-07/1906-02-08
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son of Matthias Adolf Charlemont, brother of Hugo and Theodor Charlemont
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  • Wenen 1870
    From 1870 on in the studio of Hans Makart
  • Italië 1873
    studytrip to Italy and France
  • Reichenberg (Nordostböhmen) 1873
    present day Liberec in the Czech Republic, ceiling paintings for Baron von Liebieg (Trepesch et al. 2007, p. 166)
  • Frankrijk 1873
  • Haarlem 1876-09
    visited the Frans Halsmuseum (visitor's book, Häder 1999, p. 243)
  • Wenen 1879
    contributed to the decorations of the festivities for the silver wedding of the Emperor Francis Joseph and the Emperess Elisabeth ('Sissi') (Trepesch et al. 2007, p. 166)
  • Haarlem 1884-08-07
    visited the Frans Halsmuseum, together with E. Jettel (visitor's book, Häder 1999, p. 243)
  • Parijs 1885 - 1904
    Settled in Paris, from which he made several trips to a.o. Northern Africa; In 1899 he won the gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in Paris
  • Wenen 1888
    Five ceiling paintings for the Viennese ' Burgtheater'
  • Tunis 1888
  • Wenen 1904 - 1906
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Entered on: 1991-12-02; Modification on: 2018-09-22


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