ROSENTHAL HATSCHEK MARIE

ANNI AND GUSTI

MARIE ROSENTHAL HATSCHEK
(Lviv, in that time Lemberg, 1871 – Belgrade, Banjica, 1942)
Austrian painter, portraitist

Professors and schools: Huber and Franz Rumpler at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Franz Lenback and Carl von Marr in Munich.

 

ANNI AND GUSTI (GOLDEN CHILDHOOD)
(The artist’s daughters are depicted on the portrait)

Middle of the 1900s
Oil on canvas
88 х 117 см
Signed upper right: Marie Rosenthal – Hatschek

Daughters:
Augusta Auguste Louise Dessauer (June 6, 1899, Vienna, Austria – November 10, 1996, Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana, United States). Also known as “Gustel”
Anna Marie Geschwind (June 1, 1901, Vienna, Austria – 1967, London, St Marylebone)

 

PROVENANCE:
Artist Zora Popovic (1902 – 1978) acquired the painting after the Second World War at an antique shop in Belgrade, with the idea to use the canvas to paint her painting. She liked the painting so much that she decided to keep it. She kept the painting on the wall until the end of her life. The painting was bought from the heirs of Zora Popovic.

 

EXPERTISE:

  • P. M. Tretyakov independent art research & expertise, expert conclusion ОЖ 15781, № 9930-25, from 1 April, 2021.
  • Opinion given by art historian, retired museum adviser Nikola Kusovac, March 2, 2021.

 

ILLUSTRATED:
• The painting was illustrated on postcards in Austria and Russia.
• The painting was illustrated in German magazine The Gazebo (Die Gartenlaube) in 1904.

 

CONDITION REPORT:

Painting is in perfect condition.

 

Price on request.

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MARIE ROSENTHAL HATSCHEK
(Lviv, in that time Lemberg, 1871 – Belgrade, Banjica, 1942)
Austrian painter, portraitist.

 

Professors and schools: Huber and Franz Rumpler at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Franz Lenback and Carl von Marr in Munich.

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