2 - 3 June 2015
JOSEF KREUTZINGER (AUSTRIAN, 1757-1829)
A young lady in white dress and red shawl, wearing a pearl necklace, dark upswept hair
Oval, 63 mm. high, gilt-metal mount
Inscribed on the reverse ‘Michael Weixlbaum / geb. Wien 1786; gest. Brody 1842. / Schüler von Füger / Lehrer von Daffinger.’ and, in another hand, 'C.83'.
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Vienna, Palais Nako, Galerie Neumann & Salzer, Die schöne Wienerin in Bildnissen von 1800 bis 1850, 1930, no. 88, illustrated pl. XIX (as a portrait of a Viennese aristocrat).
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