An atmospheric painting of the Hartbach in late autumn by the Munich painter Joseph Rolf Knobloch (1891 - 1964).
The picture is signed at the bottom left with "J. Rolf Knobloch München". It is painted on canvas and mounted on a wooden frame, stretcher frame. On the frame is handwritten with pencil "Hartbach im Spätherbst".
The Hartbach has its source in the municipality of St. Martin im Innkreis. Its lower course is the Reichersberger Bach through the market town of Reichersberg, where it gets lost in the Innauen on the Lower Inn.
The sometimes very pasty paint application - trees and clouds - alternates with a fine brushstroke for the lake and river landscape.
The image has minimal damage in the edge area, centre right, top and bottom in the middle, as well as two small
damaged areas of the canvas - hardly visible - about 5 cm above the church spire and about 5 cm from the upper edge in the left third of the picture.
Nevertheless, a strong image with a magnificent depth effect.
- Joseph Rolf Knobloch (1891-1964)
- Title of artwork
- Hartbach im Spätherbst
- vermtl. um 1930
- Oil on canvas
- Hand signed
- Overall in good condition with traces of ageing
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 56×85 cm