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Master Carl Friedrich Heinrich Werner (German, 1808-1894)
“”Jeruzalem ORIENTALIST SCENE””
Signed and dated ‘C. Werner. f. 1873
Watercolour and Bodycolour
Behind mat glass in wooden frame. Excellent condition, all colors maintain original condition, no damage or wear to paper. Not inspected outside of frame.
41,5 x 34cm (29 1/8 x 24 13/16in).
Werner was born in Weimar and studied painting under Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld in Leipzig. He switched to Munich from 1829 to 1831 to study architecture, but then returned to painting. He won a scholarship to travel to Italy, where he eventually founded a studio in Venice and remained until the 1850s, making a name for himself as a watercolor popper. He exhibited throughout Europe, especially to England, where he exhibited in the New Watercolor Society.
He traveled through Spain in 1856-1857, in 1862 to Palestine and then to Egypt, and returned to the last country for a longer trip in 1864. Particularly noteworthy were his watercolors in Jerusalem, where he was one of the few non-Muslims was able to gain access to paint the interior of the Dome of the Rock. He published a great deal of work in London such as Jerusalem and the holy places, and some more watercolors from Egypt in 1875 as the Nile sketches by Carl Werner. He later traveled to Greece and Sicily and became a professor at the Leipzig Academy, dying in Leipzig in 1894.
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