French Noblewoman. Middle of the XVIIth Century

French Noblewoman. Middle of the XVIIth Century. Standing to the left, looking to the right, with closed fan in her left. Colored wood engraving by/at Richard Henkel in Leipsic after Otto Brausewetter (Saalfeld/East Prussia 1835 – Berlin 1904). (1881.) Inscribed: O. Br. / R. Henkel XA., otherwise in German as above & below. 7¾ × 5⅛ in (19.8 × 13 cm).

Lipperheide Ad 46. – SHEETS FOR COSTUME KNOWLEDGE NEW SERIES 86. – Brausewetter was pupil of the Academy in Königsberg and, after stations in Frankfort/Main & Munich, active there again and in Danzig 1860-1869, before he settled in Berlin where he was professor at the Academy since 1882. His particular attention focussed on historical themes.

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