Stephanie From Strechine Black Sea Odessa Crimea Yalta Karnans Batumi Ukraine. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Strechine, Stephanie von (1858 in Odessa - 1940 in Bad Tölz). "On the Black Sea" original painting oil on canvas mounted on cardboard approx. 16x24.5cm; Signed lower left "SvStrechine" around 1910.
The dimensions of the picture in the gilded wooden frame are 23.5x31.5cm. The artist, who was born in Odessa in 1858, must have been an idiosyncratic personality if you believe the anecdotes that are circulating about her and that Frei unearthed: the baby carriage with which the painter, dressed in severe black, pushed her utensils around the country; the gloves she wore for fear of spreading disease; or the quirk that her children had to congratulate her on the New Year first. After all, they received five Reichsmarks from the superstitious Russian. In addition, she is said to have been rather brusque and dismissive by nature. None of this can be felt in her pictures.
Stefanie von Strechine must have loved this corner of the Isar, which had become her second home since 1919. It is the Spitzweg motifs that caught her eye in and around Bad Tölz and which she portrayed in great detail and mostly in cheerful, bright colors on the threshold of Impressionism. It is the Spitzweg motifs that caught her eye in and around Bad Tölz and which she po. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings".
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