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Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884) and Ferdinand Schubert (Vienna 1824 – 1853). “David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath”

 

26v; Michael Miller

Heinrich Schwemminger. Study of David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath. Black chalk heightened with white chalk on brown wove paper, Rome, ca. 1842. 285 x 214 mm, 11 1/4 x 8 7/16 in.
Heinrich Schwemminger. Study of David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath. Black chalk heightened with white chalk on brown wove paper, Rome, ca. 1842. 285 x 214 mm, 11 1/4 x 8 7/16 in.

 

27r; Michael Miller

Ferdinand Schubert (Vienna 1824 - Vienna 1853). Study for David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath . Graphite on blue watercolor paper . 325 x 250 mm, 12 3/4 x 9 13/16 in.

Ferdinand Schubert (Vienna 1824 – Vienna 1853). Study for David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath . Graphite on blue watercolor paper . 325 x 250 mm, 12 3/4 x 9 13/16 in.

21r B; Michael Miller

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803 - Vienna 1884).Head of a Bearded Man with Helmet: a study for a Hebrew Soldier in "David and Goliath". Graphite on blue laid paper . 141 x 140 mm, 5 9/16 x 5 1/2 in.

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803 – Vienna 1884).Head of a Bearded Man with Helmet: a study for a Hebrew Soldier in “David and Goliath”. Graphite on blue laid paper . 141 x 140 mm, 5 9/16 x 5 1/2 in.

Heinrich Schwemminger, David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath, oil on canvas, formerly Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

Heinrich Schwemminger, David Giving Thanks for his Victory over Goliath, oil on canvas, formerly Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

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