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Qualifications
painter, watercolorist, miniaturist painter, scenic painter, copyist
copied old masters (both Dutch and Italians, including Ruisdael, Hobbema and Potter) in Vienna and Dresden (Feuchtmüller 1996, nos. 93, 109-110, 126-127, 144-149, 186-189)
Nationality/school
Austrian, Czech, Croatian
Born
Vienna 1793-01-15
Deceased
Hinterbrühl 1865-08-23
buried in the cemetery of Matzleinsdorf in Vienna (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
Family relationschips
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
brother in law of Josef Weidner
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Biographical information
Education
Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Wenen)
started his education in 1807 (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
Active in
  • Wenen 1807
    Akademie der Bildenden Künste
  • Zagreb 1811 - 1814
    was invited in 1811 by Count Ignaz Gyulay to teach his children; here painted theater settings (Berggruen 1887, p. 60-61; Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Baden (Wenen) 1814
    since 1814; settled in Baden (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Brno 1814
    in connection with the work by his wife, opera singer Katharina Waldmüller (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Praag 1814
    Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Wenen
  • Milaan 1825
    first trip to Italy; visited Milan, Verona, Mantua, Cremona, Bologna and Rome (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Verona
  • Mantua
  • Cremona
  • Bologna
  • Rome
  • Wenen
  • Venetië 1826
    trip in 1826; 1841 (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009
  • Dresden 1826
    copied old masters here (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Salzkammergut (streek) 1828
    trip in 1828; 1830 (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Wenen 1829
  • Paris 1830
    first trip to Paris (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Laxenburg 1833
    commission for the 'Lothringersaal' in castle Franzensburg (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Wenen 1835
  • Lago di Garda (meer) 1841
    trip (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Sicilië (eiland, regio) 1844
    trip (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
  • Wenen
  • Londen (Engeland) 1856
    Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009
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Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
genre, landscape (as genre), portrait, still life
portrayed among others François I (Husslein-Arco/Grabner 2009)
Entered on: 1992-02-01; Modification on: 2019-01-09

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