Johann Georg Haeselich

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Johann Georg Haeselich (standing) and Hermann Kauffmann in Kauffmanns Atelier in München (1830)

Johann Georg Haeselich (also Haselick; 30 August 1806 – 6 December 1894) was a German genre painter and lithographer.[1]

Education[edit]

Haeselich studied the painting of nature with Gerdt Hardorff, who also taught Hermann Kauffmann in Naturstudien,[2] and then continued his studies at the academies in Berlin and Dresden. In 1828 he went to Munich and entered the Academy of Fine Arts as a genre painter.[3] He stayed in Munich until 1836 and was a member of the Hamburg art colony run by Andreas Borum. Journeying into the Bavarian mountains as well as to Tirol and Innsbruck he found the inspiration for the paintings that later made him famous. After returning to Hamburg he devoted himself to painting landscapes of the surrounding area, especially Holstein.

He was a member of the Hamburg art society, and is immortalized in the 1840 Künstler-Vereinsbild by Günther Gensler.

Johann Georg Haeselich, standing, wearing a fez, depicted by Günther Gensler[4]

Notable works[edit]

  • 1841: Gut Grabau
  • 1845: In der Heide, Ölgemälde 31 x 37 cm, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Inv. Nr. 3191[5]
  • 1847: Holsteinischer See, Mondschein [6]
  • um 1850: Weites Alpental in Öllgemälde (41,5 x 58 cm und unten links signiert)[7]
  • 1853: Bauernhof am See (41 x 58,5 cm und rechts unten signiert)
  • Am Alsterlauf ausgeführt als Ölgemälde (42 x 43 cm)
  • Holsteinische Landschaft (40,5 x 57,5 cm. und signiert.)[8]

Paintings[edit]

Auctions[edit]

  • 1926: Pferd. Blei (15 cm x 17 cm) von 1830, Aufruf durch Rudolph Lepke's Kunst-Auctions-Haus in Berlin 16 November 1926
  • 1926: Zaunstudie. Feder, von 1829, zusammen 4 Blätter, Aufruf durch Rudolph Lepke's Kunst-Auctions-Haus in Berlin 16 November 1926[9]

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 1909: Ausstellung des Hamburger Künstlervereins mit seinen Werken[10]

Further reading[edit]

  • Birte Abel-Danlowski: Das Naturvorbild bei Johann Georg Haeselich <1806-1894>. Univ., Magisterarbeit - Hamburg 1997

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Die Deutsche Marinemalerei..." (PDF) (in German). Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 October 2007. Retrieved 4 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Naturstudien ab 1824" (in German). Retrieved 22 December 2013.
  3. ^ "01438 Georg Haeselich, Matrikelbuch 1809-1841" (in German). Retrieved 24 December 2013.
  4. ^ [Die braune Inschrift auf dem weißen Zettel: v. d. Link. z. Recht, stehend: J. H. Sander, 30, J. Georg Haeselich, 34, Günther Gensler, 27, Herm. Soltau, 28, C. J. Milde, 37, Herm. Kauffmann, 32, Rudolf Hardorf 24. Sitzend: Otto Speckter, 33, Franz Heesche, 34, Jacob Gensler, 32, Martin Gensler, 29 Jahre alt. Darunter: Günther Gensler pinx. Hamburg 1840.]
  5. ^ Catherine Johnston: Baltic Light: Early Open-air Painting in Denmark and North Germany. Yale University Press 1999 ISBN 978-0-300-08166-4, S. 140, Nr. 62
  6. ^ "Home". bildindex.de.
  7. ^ Wiedergabe Archived 2015-02-16 at the Wayback Machine, retrieved 22 December 2013.
  8. ^ Bild, retrieved 22 December 2013.
  9. ^ Rudolph Lepke's Kuns-Auctions-Haus
  10. ^ Jubiläumsausstellung Archived 2014-10-29 at the Wayback Machine, retrieved 22 December 2013.

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