173
173
Attributed to Johann Christian Reinhart
Hof, Bavaria 1761 - 1847 Rome
STUDY OF TREES IN A LANDSCAPE
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 11,400 USD
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173
Attributed to Johann Christian Reinhart
Hof, Bavaria 1761 - 1847 Rome
STUDY OF TREES IN A LANDSCAPE
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 11,400 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Attributed to Johann Christian Reinhart
Hof, Bavaria 1761 - 1847 Rome
HOF, BAVARIA 1761 - 1847 ROME
STUDY OF TREES IN A LANDSCAPE
oil on paper laid down on canvas
680 by 500mm; 26 3/4 by 19 11/16 in
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Catalogue Note

Johann Christian Reinhart arrived in Rome at the end of 1789 and soon became a central figure in the German colony in the city where he lived until his death.  He seems to have been particularly interested in the study of trees d'après nature.  The present example can be compared with Reinhart's painting of a group of chestnut trees, in the Thorvaldsens Museum, Copenhagen (inv. no.139), which is signed and dated 1793, at the beginning of his sojourn in Rome (see Paysages d'Italie, Les peintres du plein air (1780-1830), exhibition catalogue, Paris, Grand Palais and Mantua, Palazzo Te, 2001, p. 204, no. 123, reproduced).

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