Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 5]

January 17, 2014 § Leave a comment

Luise Langenstein 1834 Winterhalter

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 5]

[Continued from Part 4]

As it has become customary with my blog entries, here is an abbreviated list of the sitter’s descendants, limited to the first three generations:

1.     Vilhelm Ludwig Carl Graf Douglas (1849-1908), m.1899 Valerie Lesca Weiss (1867-1927)

2.     Ludwig Vilhelm August Graf Douglas (1849-1916), m. 1876 Countess Anna Louise Dorothea Ehrensvard (1855-1930)

2.1.     Anna Louise Dorothee Gräfin Douglas (1878-1964), m.1901 Axel Theodor Baron Adelsward (1860-1929)

2.1.1.     Baroness Louise Adelsward (1902-1989), m.1st 1923 Baron Gustaf Gabriel Falkenberg af Trystrorp (1893-1947), m.2nd 1948 Birger Lundqvist (1888-19xx), having had issue (descendants: Beck-Friis, Falkenberg, von Rosen, Stenbock)

2.1.2.     Baroness Carin Adelsward (1903-1987), m.1934 Gerhard Rundberg (1903-78)

2.1.3.     Baron Erik Goran Adelsward (1905-1905)

2.1.4.     Baroness Anna Adelsward (1906-93), m.1st 1927 (div.1946) Count Clas Eric Sparre af Sofdeborg (1898-1948), m.2nd 1949 Arne Moe-Larsen (1889-19xx), having had issue (descendants: Klingspor, Reuterskiöld, Rosenorn-Lehn)

2.1.5.     Baroness Eva Helena Adelswärd (1908-1993), m.1931 Anders Grill (1896-19xx)

2.1.6.     Eric-Göran, Baron Adelswärd (1909-1986), m.1st 1935 (div 1963) Baroness Ebba Friis-Beck (1911-1986), m.2nd 1964 Ulla Holm (1918-1986), having had issue (descendants include: Adelswärd, Ankarcrona)

2.1.7.     Baron Gosta Adelsward (1913-1997), m.1948 Gunhild Wigner (1917-), having had issue (descendants: Adelswärd)

2.2.       Carl Robert, Graf Douglas (Villa Douglas 24.04.1880-Schloß Langenstein 26.08.1955), m.1st Ordrup 11.08.1906 (div.1938) Sofia de Fine Blauuw (Christiania 9.01.1886-Konstanz 20.08.1971); m.2nd 1939 HRH Augusta Viktoria Prinzessin von Hohenzollern (1890-1966)

2.2.1.     Ludwig Wilhelm Karl Graf Douglas (Langenstein 18.5.1907- Konstanz 6.6.1987), m.1st Vorra 25.05.1937 Ursula Emilie Sophie Antonie Caroline Freiin v. Ellrichshausen (Stuttgart 12.3.1913-Langenstein 8.4.1972), m.2nd 1974 Margit Bortfel (1919-), having had issue (descendants:  Douglas, von Malaise, Milne, Stanley, von Stolberg-Wernigerode)

2.2.2.     Ludwig Graf Douglas (1909-79), m.1st 1936 Anne-Marie Staehlin (1912-41), m.2nd Edith Straehl (1915-1999), having had issue (descendants include: von Blanckestein, Douglas, zu Waldburg-Zeil-Hohenems)

2.2.3.     Robert Graf Douglas (1914-83), m.1949 Mielikki Taiovarra (1921-85), having had issue (descendants: Douglas)

2.2.4.     Marie-Louise Gräfin Douglas (1921-), m.1st 1944 (div.1962) Dennis Graf von Bieberstein-Krasicki von Siecin (1901-77), m.2nd 1962 Zygmunt von Michalow Michalowski (1918-), having had issue (descendants: von Michalow Michalowski)

2.3.       Albert Archibald Graf Douglas (4.06.1882-20.07.1882)

2.4.       Vilhelm Archibald Graf Douglas (1883-1960), m.1907 Astri Henschen (1883-1976)

2.4.1.     Carl Graf Douglas (1908-61), m.1935 Ottora Haas-Heye (1910-2001), having had issue (descendants include: von Bayern, Douglas, von und zu Liechtenstein, Spencer-Churchill (Dukes of Marlborough), Terberger, von Württemberg)

2.4.2.     Archibald Graf Douglas (1910-92), m. 1945 Freiin Margaret Lagerfelt (1924-), having had issue (descendants:  Douglas)

2.4.3.     Gustaf Graf Douglas (1917-34)

2.5.       Hedvig Ingeborg Gräfin Madeleine Douglas (1886-1983), m.1st 1906 (div.1931) Charles Louis, Comte Fouché, Duc d’Otrante (1877-1950); m.2nd 1931 Ivar Tengbom (1878-1968)

2.5.1.     Thérèse Fouché d’Otrante (1907-2000), m.1st 1929 (div.1935) Hans Bennich (1895-1950), m.2nd 1937 Eugène Frieherr von Stedingk (1896-1947), having had issue (descendants: Bennich, Murray, von Stedingk)

2.5.2.     Margareta Fouché d’Otrante (1909-2005), m.1934 HSH Gustav-Albrecht, Fürst zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (1907-disappeared in Russia, 1944; declared dead 1969), having had issue (descendants include: Brachetti-Peretti, von Dewitz, Galdo, von Hessen, von Hochberg, Konigs, zur Lippe, von Pezold, von Pfeil und Klein-Ellguth, von Saurma von und zu Elst, zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Schmucker, zu Solms-Laubach)

2.5.3.     Charles, Comte Fouché, Duc d’Otrante (1912-95), m.1967 Christina Grafin von Rosen (1939-), having had issue (descendants: Fouché d’Otrante)

2.5.4.     Comte Louis Fouché d’Otrante (1917-), m.1944 Birgitta Tham (1915-), having had issue (descendants: Fouché d’Otrante, Dyhlén, Liljenqvist, zu Solms-Hohensolms-Lich)

2.6.       Carl Sholto Graf Douglas (1888-1946), m.1919 Maria Mathilde Hedvig von Schlichsting (1895-1971)

2.6.1.     Christina Gräfin Douglas (1923-68), m.1945 Sten, Baron Banér (1920-), having had issue (descendants: Banér)

2.6.2.     Countess Madeleine Douglas (1927-), m.1949 Hans, Baron Ramel (1925-), having had issue (descendants: Anderson, Ramel)

2.7.       Maria Ellen Gräfin Douglas (1892-1987), m.1927 (div.1937) Martin Mansson (1880-1952)

2.8.       Oskar Vilhelm Graf Douglas (1896-1991), m.1926 Skarstedt (1901-93)

2.8.1.     Jakob Graf Douglas (1927-), m.1950 Hedvig Thielers (1930-), having had issue (descendants: Douglas)

2.8.2.     Gustaf Otto Graf Douglas (1930-), m.1st 1956 (div.1979) Marianne Bäckström (1931-), m.2nd 1980 Eva-Britta Bibring (1946-), having had issue (descendants: Douglas)

2.8.3.     Anna Gräfin Douglas (1936-), m.1960 Lars Christofferson (1935-), having had issue (descendants: Christofferson, von Oheimb)

2.8.4.     Maria Gräfin Douglas (1941-), m.1967 Freiherr Eugen von Redwitz (1939-), having had issue (descendants: von Redwitz, Reuttner von Weyl-Mynett)

3.    Madeleine Sofia Henrietta Gräfin Douglas (1852-99), m.1888 Hans Mikael Gottlib Herman Malio Freiherr von Meyern-Hohenberg (1860-1912) – s.p.

4.    Catharina Carolina Lovisa Gräfin Douglas (1854-93), m. 1874 Heinrich Christian, Freiherr Gayling von Altheim (1847-1940)

4.1.       Carl Heinrich Freiherr Gayling von Altheim (1875-1931), m.1st 1911 (div 1921) Ada Suermondt (1885-1966); m.2nd 1922 Elisabeth Belzer (1895-1984)

4.1.1.     Olga Freiin Gayling von Altheim (1912-87), m.1941 (div.1976) Otto Westphal (1913-2004), having had issue (descendants: von Gayling-Westphal)

4.1.2.     Elisabeth Freiin Gayling von Altheim (1879-1961), m.1906 Rudolph von und zur Mühlen (1875-1914)

5.     Maria Augusta Lovisa Gräfin Douglas (1854-1923), m. 1903 Carl August Philip Graf von der Goltz (1848-1905)

6.    Frederick Gustaf Archibald Graf Douglas (1859-1921)

© Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, 2014

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Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 4]

January 16, 2014 § Leave a comment

Luise Langenstein 1834 Winterhalter

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 4]

[Continued from Part 3]

As it has become customary with my blog entries, here is an abbreviated ancestry of the sitter, limited to the first three generations:

  1. Louise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (Karlsruhe 3.03.1826 – Neuchatel 1.01.1900)
  2. HRH Ludwig I Wilhelm August, Grand Duke of Baden (Karlsruhe 9.02.1763-Karlsruhe 30.03.1830)
  3. Fräulein Katherina Werner, cr Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (Karlsruhe 19.10.1799-Zürich 14.08.1850)
  4. HRH Karl Friedrich von Baden-Durlach, cr Grand Duke of Baden 1806 (Karlsruhe 22.11.1728-Karlsruhe 10.06.1811), m.1st Darlmstadt 28.01.1751
  5. HSH Karoline-Luise Landgräfin von Hessen-Darmstadt (Darmstadt 11.07.1723-Paris 8.04.1783)
  6. Herr Martin Werner (c.1754-1814)
  7. Fräulein Catharina Baumann (?-?)
  8. HSH Friedrich, Erbgraf von Baden-Durlach (Stuttgart 7.10.1703-Karlsruhe 26.03.1732), m.Leeuwarden 3.07.1727
  9. HSH Anna Charlotte Amalie Prinzessin von Nassau-Dietz-Orange (Leeuwarden 13.10.1710-Durlach 17.09.1777)
  10. HSH Ludwig VIII Landgraf von Hessen-Darmstadt (Darmstadt 5.04.1694-Darmstadt 17.10.1768), m.Philippsruhe 5.04.1717
  11. Charlotte Christine Magdalene Johanna Gräfin von Hanau-Lichtenberg (Buchsweiler 2.05.1700-Darmstadt 1.07.1726)
  12. N*** Werner (?-?), m.
  13. N*** (?-?)
  14. N*** Baumann (?-?), m.
  15. N*** (?-?)

To be continued… [see Part 5]

© Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, 2014

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 3]

January 15, 2014 § Leave a comment

Luise Langenstein 1834 Winterhalter

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 3]

[Continued from Part 2]

The identity of the sitter in the portrait is as remarkable as the drawing itself. Luise was a daughter of Fräulein Katharina Werner (1799-1850), a rising teenage star of the Grand Ducal Court Theatre in Karlsruhe, who at the age of sixteen, attracted the eye of Ludwig I, Grand Duke of Baden (1763-1830). Despite the 53 year difference between the two, Katharina became the Grand Duke’s mistress. Three children were born to the Grand Duke and Fräulein Werner. Although it has not been established whether any kind of a marriage ceremony took place, Ludwig I officially recognised their children. Wishing to secure their future, he established a family trust, and acquired a number of income-yielding farming and rental landholdings and properties across southern Germany. In 1827 he ennobled Katharina and her children, raising them to the comital status, and deriving their new surname from imposing castles on two of their properties, Langenstein and Gondelsheim.

The couple’s eldest daughter, also called Luise, died in 1821 before the age of three. Their only son, Ludwig Graf von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1820-72), never married, and upon his death Luise became the sole heiress of the family fortunes. In 1848 she married Karl Graf Douglas (1824-98), a scion of the prominent Scottish-Swedish dynasty. Six children were born to the couple, who during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries occupied prominent positions in European political, military, diplomatic, and social circles. Apart from the present members of the Douglas family, Luise’s descendants today include the heads of the Bavarian, Fouche d’Otrante, Hesse, Marlborough, Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berlerburg, Solms-Hohensolms-Lich, and Solms-Laubach dynasties.

To be continued… [see Part 4]

© Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, 2014

 

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 2]

January 14, 2014 § Leave a comment

Luise Langenstein 1834 Winterhalter

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 2]

[Continued from Part 1]

The drawing is closely related to an oil portrait of the same sitter (see cat no 98), though it is debateable whether the drawing served as a study for the portrait. First and foremost, the oil portrait is believed to have been commenced in 1832, but completed, or at the very least, modified by the artist after his return from the two-year study-trip in Italy in the autumn of 1834. [The examination of the signature on the oil portrait suggests an attempt to alter the date ‘1832’ to ‘1834’.] The drawing, on the other hand, is clearly dated as having been done in October of 1834 [It has to be pointed out that while the date is clearly in Winterhalter’s handwriting, the name of the artist may have been inscribed in a different hand.]

The sensation of pure energy and movement in the drawing also relates more strongly to his works post-dating the Italian sojourn, as can be clearly seen when comparing the portrait of Luise with that of her brother, Ludwig, which is signed and dated as having been painted in 1834. While the portrait of Luise is a quintessential exercise in Biedermeier portraiture, the portrait of her brother, allegedly produced two years later, displays the artist’s greater affinity with the Romantic tradition, which developed in his oeuvre following the Italian trip.

It is therefore likely that this sketch was produced at some stage during or after completion of the oil portrait. Winterhalter is known to have painted his portraits a la prima, without preparatory sketches, conveying the sitter’s features in oils directly onto the canvas. Therefore, this drawing may have served either as a study produced by the artist in an effort to inject into the oil portrait of the young countess a greater sense of corporeality, of which the artist became more capable following his studies in Italy. Alternatively, it may have been simply drawn by the artist as a memento of his finished work: in the era, when photography was still very much in its infancy, this was the only way for the artist to retain visual records of his oeuvre.

The portrait drawing, which was initially estimated at € 1,400, was sold for € 9,000, a solid result for a work on paper by this artist.

To be continued… [see Part 3]

© Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, 2014

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 1]

January 13, 2014 § Leave a comment

Luise Langenstein 1834 Winterhalter

Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900), 1834 (cat. no. 98a) [Part 1]

The previous posts reminded me of another charming portrait of a child by Franz Xaver Winterhalter:  Portrait of Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900) (1834, pencil on paper, 13.8 x 12.1 cm), which appeared at Kaupp’s Herbstauktionen, in Salzburg, on 5 October 2013, lot 4542. The portrait shows a young girl, seated at half-length, in profile to the left, but turning her head sharply towards the viewer. The drawing is remarkable for its spirit and energy. It is filled with the restless movement, relating to us the challenges faced by every artist engaged upon a child’s portrait.

The sketch is quite remarkable as a revelation of Winterhalter’s working techniques and artistic abilities. The face of the child if fully realised, making this living, breathing individual almost jump forth from the surface of the drawing, while her hands, details of the dress, and a chair on which the girl is sitting are only hinted at in rapid outlines. The juxtaposition between the finished head of the girl and the abstract rendition of other details within the drawing clearly shows what a truly gifted artist is capable of achieving on a flat, two-dimensional piece of paper.

The drawing also shows the strong academic acumen of the artist, who bases the composition of the work on two prominent intersecting diagonals, one of which crosses through the curls on the girl’s forehead, passes below her ears, along the back of her blouse and skirt. The opposing diagonal can be also perceived descending along the right-hand-side of the sitter’s face, the hands, and the folds of the fabric below. By shifting the geometrical pivot of the composition just ever though slightly to the left, the artist attains a greater sensation of movement within the rapidly-sketched work.

To be continued… [see Part 2]

© Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, 2014

Portrait of Graf von Langenstein und Gondelsheim, 1834 (cat. no. 97)

November 11, 2012 § Leave a comment

Winterhalter 097 1834 Graf von Langenstein

Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-1873)

Portrait of Ludwig Graf von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1820-1870)

1834, oil on canvas, 96.3 x 79.5 cm, Private Collection

Winterhalter’s portrait of Ludwig Graf von Langenstein und Gondelsheim was exhibited at the 1987/88 Winterhalter exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London and Petit Palais in Paris. Carol Blackett-Ord wrote in the exhibition catalogue regarding this portrait (p. 177):

” The boy leans cross-legged against a rock and turns a full gaze upon the spectator. He wears a black waistcoat under a short, waisted black jacket with a high shawl collar, dark brown trousers and carries a riding crop in his right hand. The landscape is sketched in autumnal colours against a sky of massing grey clouds. Winterhalter has captured the youthful vitality of his subject with great aplomb. The boy’s tousled hair, ruddy cheeks and parted lips combine to create an image of exceptional freshness and charm…”

© Eugene Barilo von Reisberg 2012.

Franz Xaver Winterhalter: Works 1831-1835

January 7, 2012 § 4 Comments

Last Update: 27 Jun 2017

Franz Xaver Winterhalter 

[Menzenschwand 20 April 1805 – Frankfurt am Main 8 July 1873]

This Catalogue Raisonné is Research-in-Progress. Comments, additional information, images, and research materials are welcome; all contributions will be gratefully acknowledged. This is a concise list of works with selected images only.  Please, contact the author, Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, for the following information:

  • Catalogue entries / essays on each artwork;
  • Sitters’ Biographies and Lists of Descendants (where known);
  • Provenance of each artwork;
  • Exhibition History;
  • Detailed known bibliography (from 1830s to the present day);
  • Lists of known copies / versions / replicas;
  • Lists of known prints / lithographs / engravings after each artwork.

Dr Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, PO Box 3226, Prahran East VIC 3181, Australia

vonreisberg[at]gmail[dot]com

Works from 1831 to 1835


54. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), 1831, Karlsruhe
Oil on canvas, 232.0 x 150.0 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower left: Fr. Winterhalter fec. 1831
Private Collection
Lithographed by Sebastian Meier and Johann Velten

31 Baden Winterhalter

55. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), 1831, Karlsruhe
Oil on canvas, 68.0 x 48.0 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed: 1831 Fr. Winterhalter fecit
Private Collection, on loan to Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe
Engraved by Karl Ludwig Schuler (1785-1852), c. 1831

55a. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), c.1830
Pencil and wash on paper
Presumably signed lower left: Winterhalter fecit
Present location unknown

055b 30le Leopold COPY

55b. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), c.1830
Original lithograph
Signed in print l.l.:Winterhalder fec.; with the name of the sitter in margin in full l.c.
Various collections

56. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), 1831, Karlsruhe
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown (image known from a copy in a Private Collection)

056a 31 Baden

56a. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), c. 1831-32, Karlsruhe
Original lithograph, 48.8 x 34.0 cm
Various Collections

57. Leopold I Großherzog von Baden (1790-1852), 1831
Oil on canvas, 73.0 x 60.5 cm
Rastatt, Heimatmuseum

58. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, 1831
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown

59. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, 1831
Oil on canvas, 39.8 x 29.0 cm
Signed and dated lower right: Fr. Winterhalter fecit. 1831
Private Collection
Lithographed by F.X. Winterhalter, c. 1831

31 Sophie Baden Winterhalter

59a. Study of Drapery Folds, c.1831-32
Pencil on paper
The Venator Collection, Köln
Note: study of drapery folds, which appear in Winterhalter’s lithograph below.

059b 31 Baden

59b. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, c. 1831-32, Karlsruhe
Original lithograph, 48.2 x 34 cm
Various collections

60. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, 1831
Pencil and watercolour, 34.4 x 26.2 cm
Signed and dated lower right: Fr Winterhalter fecit 1831
Private Collection

61. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, 1831
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown (image known from a lithograph by Winterhalter and Velten)

62. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, c. 1831
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown

62a. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, c. 1830-2
Presumably watercolour / drawing and ink-wash
Signed lower centre: Winterhalter fec.
Present location unknown

62b. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, c. 1830-2
c. 1830-2
Original lithograph
Various collections

63. Alexandrine Prinzessin von Baden (1820-1904) with her brothers, Prinz Ludwig (1824-1858) and Prinz Friedrich (1826-1907), 1831
Pencil on paper
Private Collection

63a. Alexandrine Prinzessin von Baden (1820-1904) with her brothers, Prinz Ludwig (1824-1858) and Prinz Friedrich (1826-1907), 1831
Original Lithograph
Various Collections

064a 31 Baden

64. Wilhelm Markgraf von Baden (1792-1859), 1831
Oil on canvas, 40.0 x 29.5 cm
Signed and dated: Fr Winterhalter fecit [1831?]
Private Collection

064a 31 Baden

64a. Wilhelm Markgraf von Baden (1792-1859), 1831
Oil on canvas, 59 x 48 cm
Private collection

65. Elisabeth Markgräfin von Baden (1802-1864), née Herzogin von Württemberg, 1831,Karlsruhe
Oil on board, 40.0 x 29.5 cm
Signed and dated lower left: Fr. Winterhalter fecit 1831.
Private Collection

66. Dr Johann Nepomuk Wich (1789-1839), c. 1831
Brush and ink over pencil on cream cardboard, 36.4 x 29.2 cm; watermark: J.Whitman / 1831.
Signed lower left: Winterhalter, further inscribed [in different handwriting] Gen Hofrat Dr Johann Nepomuk Wich.
Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe

67. Fräulein Emilie Wich (1812-before 1842), c. 1831 (or 1834), Karlsruhe
Pencil on paper
Private Collection

68. Herr Karl (1822-) and Fräulein Frida Wich (1821-1908, later Frau Leers) with a Dog, c. 1831 (or 1834), Karlsruhe
Pencil on paper
Private Collection

068a 31 Man

68a. Portrait of a Gentleman, 1831, Karlsruhe
Pencil and ink wash, 26.0 x 23.0 cm
Signed and dated as painted in 1831
Private Collection

068b 32 FXW

68b. Self-Portrait of the Artist, c. 1832
Pencil on paper, 14.4 x 19.8 cm
Inscribed lower centre: Winterhalter; inscribed and dated lower left: Januar 1832
Private Collection

69. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, c. 1832
Oil on canvas, 39.5 x 29.0 cm
Illegible signature and date lower left: fr Winterh… 183…,
Cleveland Museum of Art, The Thomas L. Fawick Memorial Collection

070a 32 Baden

70. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), with her son, Wilhelm Prinz von Baden (1829-1891), 1832
Oil on canvas, 48.2 x 38.0 cm
Signed and dated lower right: Fr. Winterhalter fec. 1832
Private Collection

71. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), with her son, Wilhelm Prinz von Baden (1829-1891), c. 1832
Pencil on white laid paper. 37.5 x 27.4 cm
Inscribed in pencil, bottom verso: Je certifie le dessin ci-contre ouevre originale de Winterhalter. Je l’ai acquis avec une douzaine de portraits à l’huile de cet artiste et deux albums de dessins, croquis et d’études pour ces portraits, de la famille même du peintre, deux vieilles dames, parentes et héritières de Winterhalter, établies à Lausanne et qui, peu avant leur mort m’ont cédé tout le lot restant des oeuvres de maître, cela vers 1930. Reichlen; in pencil, bottom right: 181-26=21 / Dessin original par X. Winterhalter. Stamp of the Reichlen firm, Lausanne, on the repaired corner.
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Mrs F.F. Prentiss and Charles F. Onley Funds

72. Sophie Wilhelmine Großherzogin von Baden (1801-1865), née Princess of Sweden, c. 1832
Pencil and watercolour, 12.0 x 9.0 cm
Private Collection

72a. Katharina Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1799-1850), née Werner, 1832, Langenstein
Oil on canvas, 96.0 x 80.0 cm
Signed and dated lower right: Fr Winterhalter fec. / 1832
Private Collection

73. Katharina Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1799-1850), with her Children, Graf Luwdig (1820-1872) and Gräfin Luise (1825–1900), 1832, Langenstein
Pencil and watercolour on paper, 31.5 x 43.5 cm
Signed: ‘Winterhalter fecit’
Private Collection

74. Eva Mayer, Frau Fidel Winterhalter (1764-1838), Mother of the Artist, c. 1832, Menzenschwand
Gouache on paper, 6.0 x 5.3 cm each
Private Collection

75. Brustbildnis einer älteren Frau mit Kopftuch, 1832
Pencil heightened with white, 44.0 x 31.0 cm
Signed and dated lower right
Private Collection

76. Pauline Wich, Freifrau Seutter von Lötzen (1816-1856), 1833
Brush, ink and watercolour over pencil on card. 36.8 x 31.0 cm; watermarked J Whitman / Turkey Mill / 1833 / Extra London Board;
Inscribed lower right (not in Winterhalter’s hand): 2/87a. further inscribed Pauline von Seutter geb Wich / Tochter des Geh. Hofrats Dr Joh. Nep. Wich.
Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe

77. Herr Karl Wich (1822-), 1833
Ink and brush over pencil on Whiteman board, watermarked 1833, 37.1 x 30.6 cm; watermarked J Whitman / Turkey Mill / 1833, blind stamp Superfine London Board;
Signed lower right: Winterhalter. Further inscribed Souvenir, and inscribed verso in pencil by yet another hand Karl Wich.
Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe

78. Italian Albums, Studies from Italian Journeys, 1832 – 1834
Numerous works in several albums, sizes and mediums vary – mainly pencil drawings and watercolour studies.
Mainly unsigned
Various Private Collections, including by descent from the Artist (some on loan to the Winterhalter Museum, Menzenschwand)

32 Italian Sketches Winterhalter

78a. Italian Sketches, ca 1832-34,Rome
Pencil and charcoal on paper, sizes vary
The Venator Collection, Köln

79. Genre Scene, c. 1832-34
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown, formerly in the Collection of Karl Josef Berkmüller, c. 1870s

80. Bird Cage under a Parasol, c. 1832-34
Pencil drawing, 12.5 x 8.0 cm
Private Collection (Christie’s New York, The House Sale, 1-2 Feb 2005, lot 156, est $200-300; sold $2,640)

81. Study of Fig Branches, c. 1833-34
Pencil on paper, 24.0 x 19.0 cm
Private Collection

081a 33lo Loffler

81a. Frau Löffler
Pencil heightened with white on paper, 25 x 19 cm
Signed lower right: Winterhalter; inscribed lower centre: Sa Löffler moglie del Consul d(i) Wurtemberg in Napoli.
Private Collection

Winterhalter 082d 33-34 Reclining Maiden

82 a-e. Five Drawings of Italian Genre Scenes, c. 1833-34
Pencil drawings, sizes vary
Freiburg-im-Breisgau: Augustinermuseum

83. Roman Genre Scene, 1833, Rome
Oil on canvas, 60.5 x 50.5 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: Fr Winterhalter fec. / Roma 1833
Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe
Lithographed by Léon Noël (1807-1884)

84. Study of an Italian Girl, c. 1833-34
Oil on canvas, 57.0 x 46.0 cm
Private Collection

84a. Porträt einer Italienerin, c. 1833-34, Rome
Oil on canvas, 55.5 x 46 cm
Unsigned
Private Collection (Sold Christie’s London, 21 Nov 2011, lot 41, £ 8,750)

84b – 84d: Studies of Italian Women, c. 1833-34
Oil on canvas, dimensions vary
Present location unknown (Nachlass Winterhalter)

85. Study of an Italian Woman holding an Infant, c. 1833 – 34
Oil on card, 33.0 x 22.5 cm
Private Collection

86. Mädchen aus den Sabiner Bergen (Sleeping Albanian Girl), c. 1833-34
Oil on canvas, 74.5 x 63.0 cm
Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Presumably lithographed by Hermann Eichens (1813-1886) as La Siesta

87. Woman in Italian Costume, c. 1833-34
Watercolour over traces of pencil, 16.5 x 11.0 cm
Private Collection

89. Alexandrina Prinzessin von Baden (1820-1904, later Fürstin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha), 1834, Baden
Oil on canvas, 73.0 x 60.0 cm
Signed and dated lower left: Fr Winterhalter fecit 1834
Private Collection

90. The Approaching Storm, 1834, Rome
Oil on canvas, 47.7 x 38.1 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: F Winterhalter Roma 1834
Private Collection

91. By a Garden Pool (believed to be a portrait of the Villafranca Children), 1834, Rome
Oil on canvas, 99.0 x 108.5 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: Fr Winterhalter fec Roma 1834
Private Collection

34 Colonna Winterhalter

91a. Preparatory Sketches for “By a Garden Pool”, 1834, Rome
Pencil and charcoal on paper
The Venator Collection, Köln

92. David Seligmann Freiherr von Eichthal (1775-1851), 1834, Karlsruhe
Oil on canvas, 93.0 x 77.0 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower left: Fr. Winterhalter fecit Carlsruhe 1834
Augustinermuseum, Freiburg-im-Breisgau

092a 34wo Woman

92a. Bildnis einer jungen Frau, c. 1834
Oil on canvas, 70.8 x 60.07 cm
Private Collection

093 34he Hering - Copy

93. George Edward (Freiherr von) Hering (1805-1879), 1834
Pencil drawing
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: Fr. Winterhalter / Roma 1834
Present location unknown (formerly, Murray Adams-Acton Collection, c. 1930s).

93a. Heinrich Maximilian Imhof (1798-1869), 1834,Rome
Pencil drawing, 47.5 x 35.4 cm
Signed and dated as drawn inRome, 1834
Biblioteca Hertziana, Rome

93b. Young Girl with a Tambourine, 1834,Rome
Oil on canvas, 61.5 x 48.7 cm
Signed lower centre: Fr Winterhalter fecit. Roma 1834
V.M. and A.M. Vasnetzov Regional Museum of  Fine Arts, Kirov, Russia

94. Italian Girl Resting on a Tambourine, 1834
Watercolour and pencil on paper, 24.1 x 19.5 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed below: Rom im April 1834. Seinem Freunde … [indecipherable name] zur Erinnerung von Winterhalter
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

95. Italian Girl Resting on a Tambourine, 1834
Oil on canvas
Version of the above, present location unknown (presumably the painting mentioned as acquired by the Karlsruhe Kunstverein)

96. Italian Girl Resting on a Tambourine, 1834
Oil on canvas, 52.5 x 42.5 cm
Altonaer Museum im Hamburg, Norddeutsches Landesmuseum, Hamburg (version of the above)

96a. Johann Baptist Kirner (1806-1866), 1834,Rome
Pencil and ink wash, 48.4 x 33.1 cm
Signed and dated as drawn inRome, 1834
Biblioteca Hertziana, Rome

97. Ludwig Graf von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1820-1870), 1834
Oil on canvas, 96.3 x 79.5 cm
Signed and dated lower right: fr. Winterhalter / fecit 1834
Private Collection

98. Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900, later Gräfin Douglas), 1834
Oil on canvas, 68.0 x 52.0 cm
Signed and dated: Fr Winterhalter fec. 1834
Private Collection

098a Wintehalter Langenstein Small_1

98a. Luise Gräfin von Langenstein und Gondelsheim (1826-1900, later Gräfin Douglas)1834
Pencil on paper, 13.8 x 12.1 cm
Dated lower right: 8bre 1834; inscribed (presumably in a different hand) lower right: Fr Winterhalter.
Private Collection

99. Landscape with Schloss Langenstein, c. 1834
Pencil and watercolour on paper, 17.0 x 29.5 cm
Signed and dated lower right: Fr Winterhalter fecit / 18[34?].
Private Collection

99a. Leopold Pollak (1806-1880), 1834,Rome
Pencil heightened with white chalk, 54.0 x 36.3 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: ‘Fr. Winterhalter / 1834 Rom’
Biblioteca Hertziana, Rome

99b. August Heinrich Riedel (1799-1883), 1834, Rome
Pencil and ink wash, 50.0 x 35.4 cm
Signed and dated as drawn inRome, 1834
Biblioteca Hertziana, Rome

99c. Friedrich Stammann (1807-1880), 1834, Rome
Pencil and ink wash, 49.1 x 36.2 cm
Signed and dated as drawn inRome, 1834
Biblioteca Hertziana, Rome

99d. Johann Martin von Wagner (1777-1858), 1834,Rome
Pencil and ink wash, 50.1 x 36.0 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: ‘Fr. Winterhalter fecit/ Rom 1834’; inscribed lower centre ‘A.M. Wagner / ausWurzburg’
Biblioteca Hertziana, Rome

039d 29 Man_1

100. Ludwig Georg von Winter (1778-1838), 1834, Karlsruhe
Pencil and ink on paper, 30.6 x 38.1 cm
Signed and dated: Fr. Winterhalter fecit Carlsruhe 1834
University of Karlsruhe, Institut für Baugeschichte

100a 34he Herr

100a. Stadtpfarr-Rektor Franz Joseph Herr (1778-1837), c.1832-34, Karlsruhe
Pencil & ink on paper
Present location unknown

101. Herr Burkhardt, of Basel, c. 1835
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown (Wild 1894: Mr Burkhardt de Bâle, jusqu’aux genoux, 1835)

102. M. Nicolas Louis Planat de la Faye (1784-1864), c. 1835, Paris
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown (Wild 1894: as above)

103. Mlle Planat de la Faye, c. 1835
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown (Wild 1894: as above; presumably Salon 1835, no 2166)

104. Children of Baron von Schweitzer, 1835, Paris
Oil on canvas, 73.5 x 92.0 cm
Signed, dated and inscribed lower right: Fr Winterhalter Paris / 1835
Private Collection (Sold Pierre Bergé & Associés, Paris, 26 Nov 2008, € 32,000)
NOTE: The sitters are most likely to be Georg Freiherr Allesina gen. von Schweitzer (1827-) and Theresie Allesina gen. von Schweitzer, Freifrau von Mariani (1829-84); children of Eleonor Johann Paul Fedinand Freiherr Alessina gen. von Schweitzer (1799-1877), Badenese ambassador to Paris and Brussels.

105. Louis Comte de Tascher de La Pagerie (1787-1861), c. 1835
Oil on canvas
Present location unknown (Wild 1894: Le Comte Tascher de Lapagerie, 1835 [sic])

106. Portrait of a Seated Lady, early 1830s
Black lead and grey wash on paper, 34.0 x 26.4 cm
Signed lower right: ‘Winterhalter fecit’
Private Collection (sold Christie’s South Kensington, Old Master Pictures & Drawings, 12.12.2003, lot 568, £ 1,410)

106a. Damenbildnis (Portrait of a Lady), 1835
Charcoal and pencil on paper
Signed and dated 11 Sep 1835 lower left
Nürnberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Graphische Sammlung

106bDamenbildnis (Portrait of a Lady), 1835
Charcoal and pencil on paper
Signed, dated and inscribed lower left: Fr Winterhalter fecit / […] 1835
Present location unknown

106c 35 Winterhalter Franckh

106c.
Friedrich Gottlob Franckh (1802-1845), early to mid 1830s
Medium and present location unknown (image known from a lithograph)

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