Portrait of a roebuck was executed by good listed Munich hunting and animal painter Moritz Müller (1869 - 1934). He was a son of the painter Moritz Müller the Elder and a grandson of Moritz Müller (Feuermüller).Müller exhibited his works in Munich, Magdeburg, Frankfurt and Berlin, among others.
His works: Chicken dog standing in front of pheasants (Lepke´s Berlin Art Auction, May 16, 1893)Chamois frightened by a lavine, deer in a forest clearing, persecuted stag (Lepke´s Berlin art auction, June 13, 1893)Hunting dog spies capercaillie (Basel Art Auction, December 11, 1893)Forest fire. Fleeing deer, storming a mountain lake (magazine Daheim 1894)Deer and Captive Fox (Bangels Frankfurt Art Auction, October 25, 1894)The Gemsjäger (1920)
Literature: artist lexicons by Thieme/Becker, Leipzig, 1999; F. von Boetticher, List of paintings of 19th century.
Inscription: signed and dated: " M.Müller, Munchen, 1916" lower right.
Technique: oil on cardboard, painted in oval. Original antique frame.
Measurements: oval image 13 3/4" x 18 1/8" (35 x 46 cm), unframed w 15 3/4" x h 19 7/8" (40 x 50,5 cm), framed w 22 1/2" x h 26 3/8" (57 x 67 cm).
Condition: in very good condition.