Johann Friedrich Bolt
1769 Berlin 1836
“ Since 1779 art pupil at the Academy where he made friends with his class-mate J. G. Schadow … while the print room preserves a comprehensive collection of his own works among which the figure studies in red chalk stand out artistically.
For the Berlin local research
the great number of portrait drawings is of importance ”
(Gero Seelig, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon XII, 1996, 415).
- Male Half-length Portrait to the right
- The Old Invalid Koch in his 100th Year
- The Same Nude from two Opposite Directions
“ The prints arrived today! They are very nice. Thank you for excellent service. Please keep me posted for objects I could be interested in! ”
(Mr. J. R. L., September 12, 2003)