This impressionistic painting with flowering trees was executed on the turn of 20th century in very close manner of famous Austrian female painter Maria Egner . For comparison see additionally similar paintings by the artist.
Marie Egner (1850 - 1940) was an Austrian painter. Along with Tina Blau, Olga Wisinger-Florian and Broncia Koller, she was one of the most important artists in Austria around 1900. As a student of Emil Jakob Schindler, she is associated with Austrian Mood Impressionism. Thematically, Marie Egner was primarily concerned with landscape painting in oil and watercolor as well as with floral pieces. Her motifs were painted in the open air in front of nature.
Literature: Thieme & Becker; Fuchs, Maler (19.Jh.), Vienna, 1975; monograph (in German) ”Maria Egner (1850-1940), Landscapes and flower paintings”, new gallery of Provence museum in Graz, 1979.
Technique: oil on wood, antique gilt frame.
Measurements: unframed w 8 1/2” x h 10 7/8” (21,5 x 27,5 cm); framed w 16 1/3” x h 18 3/4” (41,5 x 47,5 cm).
Condition: in very good condition.