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Portrait of Angelina Pascucci

Ferdinand Rothbart (Roth 1823 - München 1899)


Portrait of Angelina Pascucci

Lot-No. 71

Proceeds : 1.000,00 €


Oil/canvas/wood, 34,5 x 29 cm, monogr. lo. ri. F.R., verso titled. - The painting shows Angelina Pascucci, the wife of the painter Arnold Böcklin who served as model for many of his paintings. The portray was created during Rothbarts sojourn in Rome from 1860-63. - Painter a. graphic artist, trained as engraver, etcher a. lithographer by H.L. Petersen in Nuremberg, 1845-48 he painted views of the residence of the duke of Coburg, travelled to Italy with a scholarship 1860-63, became curator at the royal engraving collection in Munich in 1871. - Mus.: München, Nürnberg. - Lit.: Boetticher, Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Bénézit.

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Ferdinand Rothbart: Portrait of Angelina Pascucci


Ferdinand Rothbart (Roth 1823 - München 1899)

Portrait of Angelina Pascucci

Lot-No. 71

Proceeds : 1.000,00 €

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Oil/canvas/wood, 34,5 x 29 cm, monogr. lo. ri. F.R., verso titled. - The painting shows Angelina Pascucci, the wife of the painter Arnold Böcklin who served as model for many of his paintings. The portray was created during Rothbarts sojourn in Rome from 1860-63. - Painter a. graphic artist, trained as engraver, etcher a. lithographer by H.L. Petersen in Nuremberg, 1845-48 he painted views of the residence of the duke of Coburg, travelled to Italy with a scholarship 1860-63, became curator at the royal engraving collection in Munich in 1871. - Mus.: München, Nürnberg. - Lit.: Boetticher, Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Bénézit.

Portrait of Angelina Pascucci