Johann Gottfried Auerbach

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Johann Gottfried Auerbach, Self Portrait Before the Easel with the Profile Portrait of the Empress Elisabeth Christine, Kunsthistorisches Museum

Johann Gottfried Auerbach (October 28, 1697 - August 5, 1753), was an Austrian painter and etcher.

Auerbach painted primarily portraits and battle genre works. Some of his works can be found at the Kunsthistorisches Museum.[1]

Some of his works include:

Johann Gottfried Auerbach (Mühlhausen1697-1753 Vienna)

Portrait of an Austrian princess,three-quarter-length, in a pink dress embroidered with gold anddiamonds, standing beside an electoral crown on a plinth beneath ared curtain oil on canvas 172x 126 cm (67 11/16 x 495/8in). PROVENANCE: Purported to have belonged to the Saxe-Coburg family It has been suggested that the present sitter could be one of thedaughters of Emperor Joseph I, either Maria Josepha (1699-1757) orMaria Amalia (1701-1756).

Johann Gottfried Auerbach (Mühlhausen 1697-1753 Vienna)

Portrait of Amalia, Archduchess of Austria, three-quarter-length, in a pink dress embroidered with gold and diamonds, standing beside an electoral crown on a plinth beneath a red curtain oil on canvas Purported to have belonged to the Saxe-Coburg family The Archduchess Amalia (1746-1804) was the daughter of the Austrian Empress, Maria Theresa and sister of Queen Marie Antoinette of France. She became Duchess of Parma.

Portrait Of The Empress Maria-theresa, Three-quarter-length, In Asilver-embroidered Blue Dress With Lace Sleeves And Bodice, With Anermine-lined Cloth-of-gold Cloak, By A Table Bearing The Imperialregalia On A Red Cushion

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