Emanuel Stockler (1819-1893) - A young woman whit a riding crop and a small dog

Description
Emanuel Stockler (1819-1893) - A young woman whit a riding crop and a small dog
Watercolour - Signed - 1819-1893

Born: 1819, Nikolsburg (Austria)
Died: 1893, Zwölfmalgreien (Austria)
Austrian painter. Born in the town of Nikolsburg (now Mikulov in the Czech Republic) in the Austrian Empire (1819). Studied under Joseph Anton Mesmer and Thomas Ender at the Vienna Academy of Arts. Visited Switzerland, Italy and Constantinople (from 1839). Lived in Rome and Paris. Worked exclusively in watercolours (after 1857). Settled in Venice, where he met Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna. Worked in St Petersburg (1875–80). Honorary fellow of the Imperial Academy of Arts (1869). Died in the small town of Zwölfmalgreien (now part of Bolzano/Bozen in northern Italy) in Austria-Hungary (1893).
This picture was sold in Auction Dorotheum in April 24,2013

Lot details
Artist
Emanuel Stockler (1819-1893)
Title of artwork
A young woman whit a riding crop and a small dog
Year
1819-1893
Technique
Watercolour
Signature
Signed
Condition
In good condition
Sold with frame
Yes
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