Annie Stebler-Hopf

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Annie Stebler-Hopf
Born(1861-09-04)4 September 1861
Bern, Switzerland
Died30 January 1918(1918-01-30) (aged 56)
Zürich, Switzerland
NationalitySwiss
EducationAcadémie Julian
Known forPainting

Annie Stebler-Hopf (1861 – 1918) also known as Anny or Anna Hopf, was a Swiss born painter.[1]

Career[edit]

Hopf was born on 4 September 1861 in Bern, Switzerland.[2] She trained under the German painter Karl Gussow in Berlin. She became a professor at the Berlin Arts Academy between 1876 and 1881.[3] Hopf moved to Paris in 1882 to continue her training. She took classes at the Académie Julian during her stay in Paris, studying under Luc-Olivier Merson and Tony Robert-Fleury, and exhibiting at the Salon on multiple occasions.[3] Hopf likely left Paris for Zurich in 1890.[3]

Autopsy, 1889

Personal Life[edit]

Hopf lived with the painter Ottilie Roederstein during her time in Paris at 77 rue Notre-Dame de Champs.[3] She died on 30 January 1918 in Zürich.[2]

Collections[edit]

  • Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland[3]

Known works[edit]

  • Autopsy (Professor Poirier, Paris), 1889, Oil on canvas, 134 x 142 cm, in the collection of Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland. [3]

Exhibitions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anna Stebler". ArtNet. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Stebler-Hopf, Annie (Anny)". SIKART Dictionary and database. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f Madeline, Lawrence (2017). Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900. New Haven; New York: Yale University Press and the American Federation of the Arts. p. 249. ISBN 9780300223934.