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Thumbnail : Isidoro Bianchi (Campione d’Italia, 1581 – 1662). Design for a Ceiling Decoration

Isidoro Bianchi (Campione d’Italia, 1581 – 1662). Design for a Ceiling Decoration

  Isidoro Bianchi (Campione d’Italia, 1581 – 1662) Studies for a Ceiling Decoration Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash heightened with white on tan paper, 298 x 298mm., 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 in. Collector’s stamp, lower left corner Lodowijk Houthakker (L.3893). (To see all illustrations on a separate page, click here.) This elegant […]

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). The Expulsion from Paradise

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). The Expulsion from Paradise

25r; Michael Miller   Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-Vienna 1884) The Expulsion from Paradise Graphite, pen and brown ink on blue laid paper 286 x 260 mm, 11 1/4 x 10 3/16 in. This impressive drawing on an only marginally vertical sheet blue paper shows Schwemminger’s mature command of human anatomy, perspective, line, and pictorial narrative. […]

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803 – 1884), Portrait of a Man

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803 – 1884), Portrait of a Man

Fol. 25v; Michael Miller To inquire about the price, please click “contact”.

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803 – 1884), Portrait of a Young Man

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803 – 1884), Portrait of a Young Man

24v; Michael Miller To inquire about the price, please click “contact”.

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

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.   27r; Michael Miller 21r B; Michael Miller To inquire about the price, please click “contact”.

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). A Pair of Travelling Singers: a Study for Ludwig Uhland’s “Des Sängers Fluch”

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). A Pair of Travelling Singers: a Study for Ludwig Uhland’s “Des Sängers Fluch”

  23r A; Michael Miller To inquire about the price, please click “contact”. Des Sängers Fluch Es stand in alten Zeiten ein Schloß, so hoch und hehr, Weit glänzt’ es über die Lande bis an das blaue Meer, Und rings von duft’gen Gärten ein blüthenreicher Kranz, Drin sprangen frische Brunnen im Regenbogenglanz. Dort saß ein […]

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). Recto: Study of Siegfried’s Head, from the Nibelungenlied, graphite on cream wove paper, 105 x 118 mm, 4 1/8 x 4 11/16 in.

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). Recto: Study of Siegfried’s Head, from the Nibelungenlied, graphite on cream wove paper, 105 x 118 mm, 4 1/8 x 4 11/16 in.

  27v B; Michael Miller Sold as part of group of  3 Nibelungenlied drawings. To inquire about the price, please click “contact”.

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). Recto: Study of a Nude Woman with Raised Arms, a Rhinemaiden, Verso: Drapery Studies

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884). Recto: Study of a Nude Woman with Raised Arms, a Rhinemaiden, Verso: Drapery Studies

  Album Fol. 12r; Michael Miller   Sold as part of group of  3 Nibelungenlied drawings. To inquire about the price, please click “contact”.

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884), Study of a Bearded Man, Gunther

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884), Study of a Bearded Man, Gunther

  Album Fol 11v; Michael Miller Sold as part of group of  3 Nibelungenlied drawings. To inquire about the price, please click “contact”.

Thumbnail : Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884), Studies for Scenes from the Nibelungenlied

Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884), Studies for Scenes from the Nibelungenlied

  Heinrich Schwemminger (Vienna 1803-1884) Studies for Scenes from the Nibelungenlied Various media and sizes These drawings for scenes from the Nibelungenlied by the Viennese artist Heinrich Schwemminger represent one of his favorite subjects and a popular one throughout the nineteenth century. They were included in an album compiled by the artist as a memento […]

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Isidoro Bianchi: Painter, Stuccatore, and Architect