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  • NameJoseph Karl Stieler
  • Sexmale
  • Nationality/DatesGerman, born 1781-11-01, dead 1858-04-09
  • PlacesPlace of birth: Mainz, Germany
    Place of death: Munich, Germany
Biography( 2001-03-23)
In 1798 he studied under Christoph Fesel (1737 - 1805) in Würzburg and in 1800 with Heinrich Füger in Vienna, where his style was strongly influenced by English portraiture. After he studied in Paris (1807 - 8) with François Gérard the influence of Neo-classicism became apparent in his work. In 1820 he was appointed court painter to Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (reg 1825 - 48). He painted various members of the royal houses of Austria, Prussia and Sweden, as well as members of the nobility in the duchies of Saxe-Altenberg, Saxe-Coburg and Hesse. His sitters also included some of the most important figures in the political and intellectual life of Germany in the first half of the 19th century.
Elisabet (1801-1873), drottning av Preussen, född prinsessa av Bayern, förmäld med konung Fredrik Vilhelm IV
Alexandra Feodorovna (1798-1860), kejsarinna av Ryssland, född prinsessa Charlotta av Preussen, förmäld med kejsar Nikolaus I
Proträtt av Oscar, Sveriges och Norges kronprins
Fredrika Dorotea Vilhelmina, 1781 - 1826, Drottning av Sverige