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Mainz 1781-11-01
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München 1858-04-09
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Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Wenen)
Von Hase 1971, p. 13: 1802-1805
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  • Mainz 1786 - 1795
    He was trained from a very early age on by his father, together with his older brothers Jakob Friedrich and Kaspar Friedrich; after his father's death in 1789 he trained himself in miniature painting. His early fame as a miniature portrait painter made him the financial supporter of his family, after the flight of the Elector and the coming of the French army after 1792 (Von Hase 1971, p. 12 and note 17)
  • Aschaffenburg 1795 - 1798
    He followed the Elector of Mainz in exile and found employment at the court in Aschaffenburg as a sought-after portraitist (Von Hase 1971, p. 12-13)
  • Würzburg 1798 - 1800
    Stieler goes to Würzburg to study with Christoph Fesel, a pupil of Mengs (Von Hase 1971, p. 13)
  • Wenen 1800 - 1805
    study under Heinrich Füger (Von Hase 1971, p. 13)
  • Krakau 1805-01-27 - 1805-11
    Von Hase 1971, p. 13
  • Warschau 1805-12-01 - 1807-01-26
    Von Hase 1971, p. 13-14: according to his diaries he painted 26 portraits here; as Stieler had the French nationality (Mainz was French by now!) he could not continue his travels to St. Petersburg, as was his original intention, as the war between France and Russia intervened. In November 1806 he witnessed the entry of Napoleon in Warsaw
  • Lemberg 1807-01 - 1807-03
    Von Hase 1971, p. 14: portrait of Prince Jablonski
  • Wenen 1807-03-16 - 1807-05
    Von Hase 1971, p. 14: At the end of May he left for Paris by way of Munich and Switzerland on foot
  • München 1807-06-06 - 1807-06-24
  • Augsburg 1807
    walking-trip
  • Ravensburg 1807
    walking-trip
  • Meersburg 1807
    walking-trip
  • Konstanz 1807
    walking-trip
  • Schaffhausen 1807
    walking-trip: here he met with Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, whose drawings of the waterfall he did not admire (Von Hase 1971, p. 14)
  • Zürich 1807 - 1807-08-01
    visit to the widow of Salomon Gessner
  • Parijs 1807-08-28 - 1808-09-27
    On the instigation of his Maecenas Carl Freiherr von Dalberg; in Paris (Von Hase 1971, p. 13, & note 24). For his activities and his illness (an eye infection) in Paris, see Von Hase 1971, p. 15-16
  • Frankfurt am Main 1808 - 1809
    Von Hase 1971, p. 16: he painted portraits for 10 months
  • Milaan 1809 - 1810-05
    He became the favorite painter of the Vice-roy Eugene and his wife: he painted the whole family: these paintings make that the king of Bavaria him invites to Munich in 1811 ( (Von Hase 1971, p. 17)
  • Rome 1810-05 - 1811-09
    He became a leading light in the colony of German artists in Rome (Von Hase 1971, p. 16)
  • Napels 1811-05 - 1811-08
    Excursion: On the request of Joachim Murat, king of Naples, he painted portraits of his whole family (Von Hase 1971, p. 17)
  • Florence 1811 - 1812
  • Livorno 1811
  • Pisa 1811
  • Brescia 1811
  • Venetië 1811-11
  • München 1812 - 1816
    Paints the whole royal family, at the request of king Maximilian I, in great format (Von Hase 1971, p. 17) Between 1811 and 1825 he returns on and of to Munich
  • Wenen 1816 - 1820
    Commissions for the Emperor Francis I and the court, the nobility and the higher bourgeoisie. His portrait of Van Beethoven counts as one of his best productions in Vienna ( (Von Hase 1971, p. 18-19). In 1818 he marries the 20 year old Russian Pauline Beckers from Moscow: she died in 1830
  • München 1820 - 1858
    He is apponted Royal Court Painter (without pay) (Von Hase 1971, p. 19); in 1823 co-founder of the Münchener Kunstverein. After becoming a widower in 1830, he married again in 1833 with Josephine von Miller. On 13 June 1855 he is allowed to retire, while keeing his full pay (Von Hase 1971, p. 28). Ill health (a.o. laming of his hands and eye infections) befell him the late 1850's. In the spring of 1858 he caught a pneumonia, which became fatal: he died o 9 April 1858. While living in Munich he took many travels, especially in the 30's:
  • Regensburg 1830
    working for the Prince von Thurn und Taxis
  • Dresden 1832
    visits to the poet Ludwig Tieck
  • Leipzig
  • Bad Ems 1837
    visiting the Spa for the poor health of his wife Josephine ( (Von Hase 1971, p. 22)
  • Detmold 1851-04 - 1852
    (Von Hase 1971, p. 27)
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