Emanuel Hegenbarth Dresden Roe Deer Hunter Hunting Reins Lausitz Ceska Kamenice. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Hegenbarth, Emanuel (1868 in Bohemian Kamnitz - 1923 in Dresden).
"Sechserbock" original oil painting on canvas approx. 60x43cm; signed lower left; verso with estate stamp and on the stretcher label of the Galerie Schöninger Munich. The picture is shown and listed WVZ no. 315 in: Elisabeth files, Emanuel Hegenbarth. Biography and oeuvre compiled by Franz Hegenbarth; Recklinghausen 1984.
The dimensions in the discreet wooden frame are 50.5x66.5cm. "Roebuck" original painting, oil on canvas approx. Dimensions of the wooden frame 50.5x66.5cm.Hegenbarth studied from 1884 at the Art Academy in Munich. After two years he interrupted his studies to start a commercial apprenticeship at the business school in Leipzig. In 1892 he resumed his studies in Berlin and continued them in Munich. There he joined the animal painting class of Heinrich von Zügel, one of the co-founders of the Neue Secession in Vienna. From 1901 he lived as a freelance artist in Munich. In 1902 he married Zügel's eldest daughter, Anna Emilie. Hegenbarth, whose motto was "Make artists, don't talk" because he did not appreciate larger discussions about art, received a call to the Royal Saxon Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden in 1903. He became a professor for the newly established animal painting class there. From 1905 to 1908 he also instructed his younger cousin Josef Hegenbarth, who later became one of the most important draftsmen and illustrators of the 20th century. From 1905 to 1908 he also instructed his younger cousin J. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "queenlui1" and is located in this country: DE. This item can be shipped worldwide.