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Painter, Photographer, b. 1805 - d. 1894

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    • Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand (1805-1894) "Couple from the Godeffroy Family", daguerreotype, magnificent frame (slightly damaged), 7x6cm (23x20,8cm)
      Feb. 25, 2022

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand (1805-1894) "Couple from the Godeffroy Family", daguerreotype, magnificent frame (slightly damaged), 7x6cm (23x20,8cm)

      Est: -

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand (1805-1894) "Couple from the Godeffroy Family", daguerreotype, magnificent frame (slightly damaged), 7x6cm (23x20,8cm)

      Kendzia
    • CARL FERDINAND STELZNER. NIÑA JUGANDO.
      Jan. 04, 2022

      CARL FERDINAND STELZNER. NIÑA JUGANDO.

      Est: €300 - €600

      Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (Alemania, 1803-1894) Niña jugando. Acuarela sober papel. Firmada y fechada en 1945. Formato oval. 17 x 12 cm.

      Aletheia Subastas
    • Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (1805-1894) Miniaturmalereien Portrait, portrait great grandfather,
      Sep. 18, 2021

      Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (1805-1894) Miniaturmalereien Portrait, portrait great grandfather,

      Est: -

      Gouache/Elfenbein, m. rechts signiert Stelzner, Portrait, H 8 x B 6,5 cm, Prunkrahmen 30 x 28 cm, Rahmen berieben

      Antikauktion Krefeld
    • Daguerreotypie
      Oct. 17, 2020

      Daguerreotypie

      Est: -

      Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (Gömnitz 1805 - 1894 Hamburg, Portraitmaler u. einer d. bedeutendsten Hamburger Daguerreotypisten) Liegender weiblicher Akt (um 1842) Daguerreotypie, 25 x 32 cm, gerahmt, verso bezeichnet „Daguerrotyp von Stelzner, Portraitmaler, Atelier Caffamacherreihe No. 32. Hamburg“, späterer Abzug von der Originalplatte

      Auktionshaus Schwerin
    • Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand: Porträt des Malers Emil Bærentzen beim Schwärzen seiner Kupferplatte mit Ruß
      Nov. 25, 2016

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand: Porträt des Malers Emil Bærentzen beim Schwärzen seiner Kupferplatte mit Ruß

      Est: €700 - €900

      Freundschaftsporträt des Malers und Lithographen Emil Bærentzen beim Schwärzen seiner Kupferplatte mit Ruß. Bleistift auf Velin. 24,3 x 19,8 cm. Datiert, bewidmet und signiert im unteren Rand: "Paris den 28ten Juni 1832/ Erinneren Sie sich hierbey lieber Baerenzen, die vergnügten Stunden die wir in Paris zusammenverlebt haben, und gedenken Sie auch ohne dieser Ihres Freundes/ C. Stelzner". Emilius Ditlev Bærentzen (1799 - 1868) etablierte sich nach seinem Parisaufenthalt in den Jahren 1831-32 als sehr gesuchter Porträtmaler in Kopenhagen, vor allem in der Theaterwelt wurden seine Bildnisse geschätzt. Ebenso leistete er einen großen Beitrag in der Entwicklung der Lithographie in Dänemark, wo er sich von den in Paris kennengelernten französischen Vorbildern inspirieren ließ. Er gründete 1837 mit H. L. Danchell das lithographische Institut Bärentzen & Co. Auch in der Lithographie widmete er sich vor allem dem Porträt. - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

      Galerie Bassenge
    • Carl Ferdinand Stelzner, Dorothea Margaretha Faulwasser (née Gravenhorst) and her daughter Emilie, c. 1845
      May. 30, 2014

      Carl Ferdinand Stelzner, Dorothea Margaretha Faulwasser (née Gravenhorst) and her daughter Emilie, c. 1845

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Photographer's label and annotated in ink in an unknown hand on the verso.

      Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
    • Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand, 1805-1894,
      Jan. 26, 2013

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand, 1805-1894,

      Est: €850 - €1,020

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand, 1805-1894, Miniaturmalerei, Porträt des Johann Heinrich Schröder in schwarzer Jacke mit grauer Weste, im Hintergrund nächtlicher Himmel, feine Gouachemalerei auf Elfenbein, seitlich links signiert, im Oval ca. 9x7cm, sorgfältig restaurierter vergoldeter Stuckrahmen, ca. 27x25cm. Lit. vgl. Schidloff Seite 783/784

      Henry's Auktionshaus
    • Daguerreotypes (Carl Ferdinand Stelzner): Portrait of a finely dressed woman
      Jun. 09, 2010

      Daguerreotypes (Carl Ferdinand Stelzner): Portrait of a finely dressed woman

      Est: €2,000 - €3,000

      Daguerreotypes (Carl Ferdinand Stelzner): Portrait of a finely dressed woman Photographer: Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (1805 - 1894). Portrait of a finely dressed young woman. Circa 1845. Half-plate daguerreotype (image size circa 10,5 x 8 cm, plate size circa 14,5 x 11 cm). With ornamental paper surround, taped behind glass (unopened and originally sealed) in contemporary gilt wooden frame (some wear). As of 1830 Carl Ferdinand Stelzner worked as a miniaturist and portrait painter together with his wife in Hamburg. In 1842 Stelzner opened a studio with Hermann Biow but the partnership was dissolved in 1843. He is known for his fine composition and vivid portraits that are both artistic and of historical importance. He was one of the best German portraitists of his time and also known for his excellent group portraits. - Minimal oxidation in side edges, a few spots on cover glass, otherwise a clear strong image in very good, near excellent condition. Lit.: Bodo von Dewitz/Fritz Kempe. Daguerreotypien (from the series Dokumente der Photographie 2, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg). Hamburg 1983, see ill. pp. 84 and 95 for Stelzner daguerreotypes with same mats.

      Galerie Bassenge
    • Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand: Portrait of Harro Harring
      Dec. 02, 2009

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand: Portrait of Harro Harring

      Est: €12,000 - €15,000

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand: Portrait of Harro Harring Portrait of Harro Harring (1798 - 1870). 1848. Quarter-plate daguerreotype. With hand-ruled paper surround, behind glass in contemporary wooden, velvet-covered frame (some wear, opened on back). Some oxidation in edges, a few minor hairline scratches on plate surface, otherwise a clear strong image in very good, near excellent condition. Harro Harring (Harro Paul Harring), known mostly today only by historians and literary specialists, is one of the most remarkable and fascinating figures of the first half of the 19th century. His very turbulent and unhappy life began on August 28, 1798 in a small village near Husum in Schleswig-Holstein. After an apprenticeship he studied at the art academy in Copenhagen and Dresden. At the academy in Dresden he met C.D. Friedrich who greatly impressed him. He became politically influenced by the radical wing of the German student leagues (Burschenschaften). During these turbulent years he was taken by the wave of philhellenism and in 1822 he took a ship from Marseille to Peloponnes to take part in the Greek fight for independence against the Turks. However, before his arrival the revolt was stopped and Harring returned disappointed. In Switzerland he met Lord Byron, also a philhellene. He recorded his experiences in literary form and had success with a theater piece in Munich. Heinrich Heine, who he also later shared a friendship with, supported and promoted his literary ambition. He was called to the court theater in Vienna but then denounced by the Metternich government as a demagogue" and forced to leave the city. Through Prague he reached Theresienstadt where he unsuccessfully attempted to free the leader of the Greek Revolution Alexander Ypsilanti. In November 1831 all his writings were ultimately banned in the States of the German Federation. In exile in Strassbourg Harring was involved with the preparations for the German National Democratic festival at Hambach castle (Hambacher Fest) where he was later victoriously welcomed together with Ludwig Börne on May 27, 1832. In 1833 Harring took part in a student attack on soldiers and a police station in Frankfurt (Frankfurter Wachensturm). He fled to Geneva where he met the Italian freedom fighter Giuseppe Mazzini. Together with Mazzini he took part in the Savoyerzug, an unsuccessful revolution attempt in Italy. After numerous trips, escapes and time in prison, Harring left for Brazil in 1842 and met Giuseppe Garibaldi. Together they strove to promote the founding of the "Untied States of South America". In October 1843 news of the secret society "Young Italy" planning a revolt in Calabria against the Bourbons reached Rio. Harring received the order from Mazzini to recruit volunteers from North America and bring them from New York to Genoa. When Harring arrived in New York on Nov. 2, the revolt had already been suppressed. In New York He also met Margaret Fuller who supported him both financially and ideologically. Alexander H. Everett, the former US ambassador in Spain and Holland, also an essayist and writer, was also a friend of Harring's. He wrote a biographical sketch covering Harring's fascinating escapades which was published in the Democratic Review in 1846. In the spring of 1848 the news of the outbreak of revolution in Europe reached America and Harring saw a chance for the end of his long banishment and liberation from despotism. His arrival in Hamburg in July 1848 drew much attention. It is highly likely that the photographer C. F. Stelzner personally approached Harring in order to take his portrait - a common practice among daguerreotypists at that time. Harring's self-assured pose in the portrait offered here does not yet show the large disappointment his fellow countrymen would soon bestow upon him. They rejected and did not understand his radical views. In London exile the Republicans gathered in the European Democratic Central Committee, including Mazzini, Kossuth, Ledrun-Rollin and Harring. Marx and Engels, who were also in exile in London, wrote about Harring's failed strategies. Suffering from hallucinations and physically and psychologically at an end, Harring took his own life in May 1870 on the island of Jersey. He used a dagger he had always carried with him Lit.: Bodo von Dewitz/Fritz Kempe. Daguerreotypien (from the series Dokumente der Photographie 2, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg). Hamburg 1983, see ill. pp. 76 and 78 for images with the same backdrop. Hans-Ulrich Hamer. Die schleswig-holsteinische Erhebung im Leben von Harro Harring. Heide 1998. (For a German version of this text please see our printed catalogue.) "

      Galerie Bassenge
    • [ 19th Century Photographs ]
      Nov. 28, 2007

      [ 19th Century Photographs ]

      Est: €1,600 - €2,288

      Stelzner, Carl Ferdinand 1805 Flensburg - 1894 Hamburg Auguste and Christian Friedrich Müller. Ca. 1845. Daguerreotype. Original passepartout. 9,2 x 7,2 cm (passepartout cutout). Verso the photographer´s atelier label and inscribed in black in

      Van Ham Kunstauktionen
    • Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (German, 1805/6-1894) A Lady, seated, wearing black dress with gold clasp at the waist, short beret sleeves, transparent gauze over-sleeves, long gold earrings, purple shawl with embroidered floral border over her left arm and
      Nov. 21, 2007

      Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (German, 1805/6-1894) A Lady, seated, wearing black dress with gold clasp at the waist, short beret sleeves, transparent gauze over-sleeves, long gold earrings, purple shawl with embroidered floral border over her left arm and

      Est: -

      A Lady, seated, wearing black dress with gold clasp at the waist, short beret sleeves, transparent gauze over-sleeves, long gold earrings, purple shawl with embroidered floral border over her left arm and gold pendent earrings, her brown hair upswept and curled. Signed on the obverse and dated Stelzner 1834 , gilded composition frame with foliate spandrels. Rectangular, 135mm ( 5 5/16in) high

      Bonhams
    • Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (German, 1805/6-1894)
      May. 22, 2003

      Carl Ferdinand Stelzner (German, 1805/6-1894)

      Est: £1,300 - £1,500

      A Gentleman, wearing black coat, white waistcoat, stock and frilled cravat signed on obverse and dated Stelzner, 1834, rectangular pressed brass frame with foliate motif Oval, 83mm. (3 1/4ins.) high

      Bonhams
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