" Monument On At 1. Mertz 1792 Erfolgten Death Leopold II Roman Kaysers Un


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Monument to the on 1. Mertz 1792 followed the death of Leopold II. Roman kaysers and kings of Hungary and Bohemia. Death hands over the kindest monarch of eternity ". Single-sheet print in copper engraving.
Beer, Joh. Friedrich:
Frankfurt, Beer, 1792. Format: 230 x 185 mm. (Sheet size: 340 x 245 mm).
Language: German
Order number: 125986
Remarks: * Single-sheet print in an allegorical representation of the death of Emperor Leopold II, depicting his ascent from the urn to heaven, with the city of Vienna in the background. - The Austrian Emperor Leopold II (1747-1792) was emperor from 1790. He died completely unexpectedly 2 years later at the age of 45. - The engraver Johann Friedrich Beer (1741-1804) was a miniature painter and etcher in Frankfurt. In addition to portraits, he also made events of the time (airships), homage sheets and allegories. (See Thieme-Becker 3, p. 168 / Gwinner, Kunst und Künstler in Frankfurt, p. 361). - Very well preserved.
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Monument to the on 1. Mertz 1792 followed the death of Leopold II. Roman kaysers and kings of Hungary and Bohemia. Death hands over the kindest monarch of eternity ". Single-sheet print in copper engraving. Remarks: * Single-sheet print in an allegorical representation of the death of Emperor Leopold II, depicting his ascent from the urn to heaven, with the city of Vienna in the background. - The Austrian Emperor Leopold II (1747-1792) was emperor from 1790. He died completely unexpectedly 2 years later at the age of 45. - The engraver Johann Friedrich Beer (1741-1804) was a miniature painter and etcher in Frankfurt. In addition to portraits, he also made events of the time
airships), homage sheets and allegories. (See Thieme-Becker 3, p. 168 / Gwinner, Kunst und Künstler in Frankfurt,

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