Eduard Ender

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Eduard Ender (3 March 1822 Rome – 28 December 1883 London) was an Austrian painter. He is the son of Johann Ender and is noted alike for his historical and genre works, among which are Francis I in the Studio of Cellini; Shakespeare Reading “Macbeth” before the Court of Elizabeth; La Corbeille de Mariage; and A Game of Chess, as well as a painting of the famous German scientist Alexander von Humboldt and his scientist travelling companion Aimé Bonpland. Humboldt did not like the painting, since the scientific instruments were not accurately depicted.[1]

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  1. ^ Andrea Wulf, The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World. New York: Alfred A. Knopf 2015, caption on unnumbered color plate. Wulf does not identify the artist; she dates the picture as 1856.

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