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Rode Christian Bernhard ( 1735 - 1797 ) Berlin
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Artist: Rode Christian Bernhard ( - 1797 ) Berlin; issue date: ca 1770 ( Christian Bernhard Rode (1725 - 1797) was a Berlin history painter in the second half of the 18th century He was one of the important artists of the Friderizian Rococo and was closely connected to the defining personalities of the Berlin Enlightenment and to their ideas which he sought to spread through his works Since 1756 Rode was a member of the Berlin Academy of the Arts In 1783 he was appointed successor to Le Sueur as director of the academy His long-time friend Daniel Chodowiecki also an academician had strongly supported the appointment He and his colleagues at the academy hoped that this change would revitalize the institution which had lost importance in the, 1735. technic: Ink drawing; colorit: black/white; - condition: Small tears at the right margin; size (in cm) 44,5 x 29,5 cm; View shows a portrait of Frederick the Great. Drawn by Christian Bernhard Rode, Berlin.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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