Lorenz Janscha, Pfalzgrafenstein Castle at Caub

Caub – Janscha, Lorenz (1749 Bresnitz near Radmannsdorf, Upper Carniola – Mariahilf near Vienna 1812). (View of Pfalzgrafenstein Castle at Caub.) In the foreground trade scenery. Watercolored etching in outline by Johann Ziegler (c. 1750 – Vienna c. 1812). (1798.) Reproduction in colors. C. 1925. 11⅝ × 14¾ in (29.5 × 37.5 cm). – Slightly reduced, in exquisite fine colors.

“ (S)ince 1766 (pupil of the) imperial-royal academy for drawing and engraving in Vienna with Franz Edmund Weirotter … J. represents a typical exponent of the transitional art between late baroque and Biedermeier with clear design vocabulary corresponding with classicism which combines realistic landscape vedutas with correctly drawn architecture and genre-like street life ”

(R. Kurdiovsky in Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon LXXVII [2012], 322).

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