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Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld




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by Julius von Carolsfeld

 





 


Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld


(b Leipzig, 26 March 1794; d Dresden, 24 May 1872).

Painter and draughtsman, brother of Ludwig Ferdinand Schnorr von Carolsfeld. He was taught engraving by his father and then trained under Heinrich Füger at the Akademie in Vienna (1811–15). Though not particularly excited by the curriculum, he was inspired by his friendship with Ferdinand Olivier and Joseph Anton Koch and the circle around A. W. Schlegel to an interest in both landscape sketching (examples of pen-and-ink drawings from this period in the Albertina, Vienna) and in old German and Netherlandish art, as reflected in the style of the detailed pen drawing of the Prodigal Son (1816; Dresden, Kupferstichkab.). From 1815 to 1818 he lived in the house of Ferdinand Olivier, whose step-daughter, Marie Heller, he later married. A painting of 1817, St Roch Distributing Alms (Leipzig, Mus. Bild. Kst.), is an excellent record of this period, as it contains portraits of Ferdinand Olivier and Marie Heller, and a landscape background similar to that sketched by Schnorr von Carolsfeld with Ferdinand and Friedrich Olivier around Salzburg.
 




 

Ruth in Boaz's Field
1828


 


Portrat der Frau Klara Bianka von Quandt mit Laute



 

The Family of St John the Baptist Visiting the Family of Christ

1817
Oil on canvas, 123 x 102,5 cm
Gemäldegalerie, Dresden



 

The Wedding Feast at Cana

1819
Oil on canvas, 140 x 210 cm
Kunsthalle, Hamburg



 

The Annunciation


 

Madonna and Child

1820
Oil on canvas, 74 x 62 cm
Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne



 

Sechskampf auf der Insel Lipadusa



 

Freskenzyklus um Casa Massimo in Rom, Ariost-Saal

Szene: Das Heer der Franken unter Karl dem Großen in der Stadt Paris
 
 

Blick aus der Kirche in Annaberg auf den Otscher
1842


 

Aussicht auf Salzburg


 

Charles the Great's Entrance into Pavia
1840


 

The View of the Archpriest in Olevano

Sepia, pen,230 x 305 mm
Albertinum, Dresden


 

Portrait of Victor Emil Jansen

Pen and silverpoint, 300 x 247 mm
Kunsthalle, Hamburg


 

Sitzender Madchenakt, den Kopf auflehnend

1820
 

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