Germany, c. 1890
Johann Jungblut (1860-1912) – German painter and craftsman
Signed lower right ‘J. Sander’ (pseudonym)
Dimensions: 73 x 100 cm
Atmospheric landscape impression according to the motivic and stylistic approach of the Düsseldorf painter Johann Jungblut, who often created winter landscapes as well as scenes by night in highly nuanced shades
Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 2,800 Euro
The painting is in good condition consistent with age and use. The canvas is relined. Inspection under UV light reveals a number of tiny areas of retouching. The stretcher measures 73 x 100 cm.
Johann Jungblut (1860-1912)
Johann Jungblut was born in Saarburg (Trier) and initially worked as a porcelain painter for the well- known German manufacturer Villeroy & Boch in Mettlach. He discovered painting as a self-taught artist, influenced by his impressions he gained in Düsseldorf, where he had settled in 1885. Jungblut specialized in landscapes and marine compositions and followed the tradition of old-Dutch paintings. His many trips to Norway and Holland served him as a great source of inspiration. Johann Jungblut sometimes signed his works with the pseudonym ‘J. Sander’. (cbo)
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