Our perfect portrait of a italian girl with tambourine created before 1860 and according to mannier and composition to the hand of outstanding Austrian genre and portrait painter Hans Canon (1829-1885). In 1845 he became a student of Vienna Academy and studied under Georg Waldmueller and Carl Rahl. The artist undertook several travels to England, France, Italy and to the Orient. In 1860 and 1863-69 Canon lived and taught in Karlsruhe. 1869-74 he worked in Stuttgart and later in Vienna. In 1877 Canon was awarded with Carl Ludwig Medal, 1882 with Large Gold State Medal and in 1883 with Reichel Prize. Since 1861 Canon had been a member of Vienna Artists Unit. Works of Canon are located in Vienna National Museum as well as in Leopold Museum.
Literature: Catalogue of Canon´s works "Canon Werksverzeichnis" by F.J. Drewes, Georg Olms Verlag, 1994
Technique: oil on canvas. Original period gold-plated frame.
Meaurements: unframed w 19" x h 28" (48 x 71 cm), framed w 27 1/4" x h 32 1/4" (69 x 82 cm)
Condition: in very good condition, no inpaintings, original canvas