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Franz von LENBACH (1836-1904)

 Fräulein Guschlbauer

Voluptas 1897

Schlangenkönigin, 1894 The Snake Queen

 Red Hair

Eleonora Duse, 1886

Lily Merk

Clara v. Leipzig, 1898

A red haired beauty Attributed to Franz von Lenbach (1836-1904)

Saharet, 1899

Ecstasy, 1903

Portrait of a Young Woman

Portrait of Marcella Sembrich 1891

lady Curzon, 1901

Frau Merk, 1901

Portrait Lady Curzon

Porträtstudie eines Mädchens 1855

Marion Lenbach and the Daughter of the Painter Nikolaus Gysis, 1899

In der Sonne 1859

Portrait der töchter marion und gabriele

Zwei Schwestern (1901) Two sisters

Marion mit Katze, 1898

Little Girl With Cat

Porträt der Schauspielerin Fritzi Scheff

Sarah Bernhardt as Lady Macbeth (1892)

Portrait of a lady in profile

Ritratto di Eleonora Duse, 1885


Mädchenporträt

Portrait of Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck

The Arch of Titus in Rome

Baeuerin Mit Kind

Marie Germaine Kolb (later Stockley) Munich c. 1890

Brustbild zweier junger Damen

Girl with a Fan

Anna Schubart, 1867

Mary Lindpaintner als Salome, 1894

Portrait of Marion Lenbach 1901

The Artist's Daughter 1900

Ernst von Schanzenbach 1860

Bavarian Peasant girl

Bismarck in Uniform 1897

Magdalena 1867

Otto von Bismarck, 1896

The Composer Franz Liszt 1884

Portrait of his second wife, Charlotte

Wilhelm Busch, Portrait

Georg Plach 1873

Frau Elsa Mothwurf 1902

 Selbstporträt (1903)
Franz von Lenbach (1836-1904) was a German painter of Realist style.
Lenbach was born at Schrobenhausen, in Bavaria. His father was a mason, and the boy was intended to follow his father's trade or be a builder. With this view he was sent to school at Landsberg, and then to the polytechnic at Augsburg. But after seeing Hofner, the animal painter, executing some studies, he made various attempts at painting, which his father's orders interrupted. However, when he had seen the galleries of Augsburg and Munich, he finally obtained his father's permission to become an artist, and worked for a short time in the studio of Gräfle, the painter; after this he devoted much time to copying.

Katharina Fürstin Henckel

Portrait of Lilly Merk 1902

Red-headed woman in profile 1901

Selfportrait mit Tochter Marion 1894
Thus he was already accomplished in technique when he became the pupil of Piloty, with whom he set out for Italy in 1858. A few interesting works remain as the outcome of this first journey A Peasant seeking Shelter from Bad Weather (1855), The Goatherd (1860, in the Schack Gallery, Munich) and The Arch of Titus (in the Palfy collection, Budapest). On returning to Munich, he was at once called to Weimar to take the appointment of professor at the Academy. But he did not hold it long, having made the acquaintance of Count Schack, who commissioned a great number of copies for his collection.

Doppelbildnis Marion Lenbach und unbekanntes Mädchen (1903)

An Old Fire Place

Hirtenknabe, 1859

 Summer Meadow 1860
Lenbach returned to Italy the same year, and there copied many famous pictures. He set out in 1867 for Spain, where he copied not only the famous pictures by Velázquez in the Prado, but also some landscapes in the museums of Granada and the Alhambra (1868).

Musizierende Frau, 1896

Portrait Lady Curzon

Liegender weiblicher Akt, 1902

In the previous year he had exhibited at the great exhibition at Paris several portraits, one of which took a third-class medal. In 1882 Lenbach was ennobled, and since then known as von Lenbach. Thereafter he exhibited frequently both at Munich and at Vienna, and in 1900 at the Paris exhibition was awarded a Grand Prix for painting. Lenbach, who died in 1904, painted many of the most remarkable personages of his time (including Bismarck).

Franz von LENBACH (1836-1904) with family (Selfie-Photo)

Franz von Lenbach mit Frau Lolo und Töchtern Marion und Gabriele, 1903



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