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Lot 0020
Joanowits Paul (Serbian 1859-1957)
color etching
unframed: 23" x 16.5" framed: 29” x 34.5”
1883

Paul Joanovitch was born in Vršac, formerly southern Hungary and today Serbia. He studied at the Vienna Academy from 1876 to 1883 under K. L.Müller. From there he sent his first painting to the art society in Budapest, earning him a Hungarian state scholarship. Like his teacher, he painted oriental images, in Vienna and later in Munich. During the late 19th century he painted scenes of the Serbian uprising for King Alexander of Serbia. Back in Vienna, his main interest lay in painting portraits, amongst which is a picture of Emperor Francis Joseph I. Joanovitch exhibited in Vienna, Munich and Berlin and today his works can be found in museums in Belgrade, Budapest, London, Munich and Vienna. (Cf. Thieme-Becker, Leipzig 1926, Vol.XIX, p. 21.) (biography from Arcadja Auctions)

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Joanowits Paul (Serbian 1859-1957)

Auction ended on Sat, May 11, 2013
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