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Francois Boucher



Francois Boucher Hercules and Omphale oil painting reproduction


Hercules and Omphale
ID::  26636
mk53 c.1730 Oil on canvas 90x74cm Moscow,Pushkin Museum

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Francois Boucher



Francois Boucher Hercules and Omphale oil painting reproduction


Hercules and Omphale
ID::  30607
mk68 Oil on canvas Moscow,Pushkin Museum c.1731 France

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CRANACH, Lucas the Elder



CRANACH, Lucas the Elder Hercules and Omphale oil painting reproduction


Hercules and Omphale
ID::  33527
mk86 1537 Oil tempera on wood 82x119cm Braunschweig,Herzog-Anton-Ulrich-Museum

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Francois Boucher



Francois Boucher Hercules and Omphale oil painting reproduction


Hercules and Omphale
ID::  42724
MK169 ca. 1730 oil Paint on cloth 90.2x74cm

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unknow artist



unknow artist Hercules and Omphale oil painting reproduction


Hercules and Omphale
ID::  80027
Hercules and Omphale, painting by Carl Rahl, oil on canvas 61 x 49 cm. cjr

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Carl Rahl



Carl Rahl Hercules and Omphale oil painting reproduction


Hercules and Omphale
ID::  83937
oil on canvas 61 x 49 cm. cyf

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Carl Rahl
Carl Rahl, sometimes spelled Karl Rahl (13 August 1812 - 9 July 1865), was an Austrian painter. Rahl was born in Vienna to Carl Heinrich Rahl (1779 - 1843), an engraver. He attended the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and won a prize at the age of 19. From there he traveled to Munich, Stuttgart, Hungary, and in 1836 to Italy. He remained in Italy from 1836 to 1843, where he in particular studied representatives of the Venetian and Roman schools of art, and painted die Auffindung von Manfreds Leiche (1836). Rahl's style, especially his views on color and perspective, were largely formed during his years in Rome. He returned after 1843 to Vienna for two years, and then led an itinerant life for the next five years, traveling through Holstein, Paris, Rome, Copenhagen, and Munich, making a living as a portrait painter. In this period he painted Manfreds Einzug in Luceria (1846), and die Christenverfolgung in den Katakomben. In 1850, he was appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, but for political reasons he was soon dismissed from the position. He then opened a private art school, which expanded quickly into a studio that produced monumental-scale paintings and enjoyed considerable success. He was commissioned by Greek philanthropist Simon Sinas to paint a number of works for the facade and vestibule of Vienna's Fleischmarkt Greek Church (Ludwig Thiersch being commissioned for the remainder of the frescoes), which was then being rebuilt by architect Theophil Freiherr von Hansen. In addition, Sinas commissioned four paintings depicting heroes of the Greek War of Independence, and a further four paintings to decorate his residence. Rahl decorated the Heinrichshof in 1861 with personifications of Art, Friendship, and Culture, and the Palais Todesco with representations from the mythology of Paris. In 1864, he painted a number of allegorical figures in the stairway of the Waffenmuseum (now part of the Kunsthistorisches Museum). In this period he also painted several frescoes: Mädchen aus der Fremde (in a villa of Gmunden), a composition for a ballroom of a palace in Oldenburg, and a cycle from the tale of the Argonauts. Also, he painted the tympanum of the Athens Academy building, designed by Theophil von Hansen in 1859 and executed by Ernst Ziller (completed in 1885), and paintings in the portico of the Athens university, designed by Christian Hansen (Theophil Hansen's son). The central painting show Bavarian king Otto I surrounded by the Muses; the left hand fresco shows Prometheus bringing fire down from Mount Olympus.
Hercules and Omphale
oil on canvas 61 x 49 cm. cyf

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