Lot 366. Blue (Blue-Long), Tina. View of Bad Aibling

Starting price:€ 15 000
Auction date:04.07.2018   16:00
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Lot 366Blue (Blue-Long), Tina. View of Bad Aibling
Signed lower left, name of the char and 1889 dated. Oil on wood. 47 x 66 cm. Restored Frame. In 1869, traveled Tina Blue with the proceeds of their first sold image, to Munich, to visit the International art exhibition in the glass Palace. She quickly connection to the Munich artists, and finally decided to take the case of Prof. Wilhelm Linden Schmit, d. J., private lessons, where she studied until the fall of 1873. Even after her return to Vienna, the contacts to Munich remained upright. In December, 1883 married Tina Blue in Landsberg am Lech, Munich horse and battle painter, Heinrich Lang and moved again to Munich, where in the following years, numerous works were created. From 1887, she taught at the in 1884 founded the women's Academy of Munich artists Association is a landscape and still life painting. After the early death of Heinrich Lang in the year 1891 and remained two years in Munich, before she moved in 1894 and finally to Vienna, which they had visited during their Munich years on a regular basis. Literature: Blue, Tina, Hand-Written List Of Works, 1969-1916, Cat.No. 92. - Belevedere, Vienna, Online plant directory Tina Blue, CR-no, GE 532, Belvedere-Nr. Ex 19002. Provenance: 1889 job for captain Otto Schulze and Eugenie Menter-Schulze, Bad Aibling. - Sotheby's, Munich, auction 3. 12. In 1996, Kat.-No 134 (Fig.). In 1869, traveled Tina Blue with the proceeds of their first sold image, to Munich, to visit the International art exhibition in the glass Palace. She quickly connection to the Munich artists, and finally decided to take the case of Prof. Wilhelm Linden Schmit, d. J., private lessons, where she studied until the fall of 1873. Even after her return to Vienna, the contacts to Munich remained upright. In December, 1883 married Tina Blue in Landsberg am Lech, Munich horse and battle painter, Heinrich Lang and moved again to Munich, where in the following years, numerous works were created. From 1887, she taught at the in 1884 founded the women's Academy of Munich artists Association is a landscape and still life painting. After the early death of Heinrich Lang in the year 1891 and remained two years in Munich, before she moved in 1894 and finally to Vienna, which they had visited during their Munich years on a regular basis. Literature: Blue, Tina, Hand-Written List Of Works, 1969-1916, Cat.No. 92. - Belevedere, Vienna, Online plant directory Tina Blue, CR-no, GE 532, Belvedere-Nr. Ex 19002. Provenance: 1889 job for captain Otto Schulze and Eugenie Menter-Schulze, Bad Aibling. - Sotheby's, Munich, auction 3. 12. In 1996, Kat.-No 134 (Fig.).

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