Oil on canvas
Presumably Austria, c. 1900
John Quincy Adams (1874-1933) – US-American-Austrian painter
Signed lower right ‘John Quincy Adams’ (partly redrawn) and further verso on the canvas and the stretcher ‘John Quincy Adams’
Dimensions: 181 x 90 cm
Golden ornament frame: 200 x 110 cm
Very good condition
Provenance: Dorotheum Auction January 17 1996, Lot 19; Estate of the art collector Charlotte Zander, Munich
Large-scale painting with a charming subject
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Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 16,000 Euro
The painting is in an overall very good condition showing only slight signs of age. No findings under UV-light. The image dimensions are 181 x 90 cm, the frame dimensions 200 x 110 cm.
John Quincy Adams (1874-1933)
Adams was the son of an American singer at the Vienna Court Opera, born in 1874 in Vienna. He spent his youth in the United States and returned to Vienna in 1891, where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts under S. L'Allemand and J.P. Eisenmenger from 1892-93. This was followed by further studies at the Academy in Munich under Carl von Marr, the Académie Julian in Paris and in London under James Whistler. In 1903 he became a member of the Vienna Künstlerhaus.
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