"Children at the roadside chapel: pastel tones and national costumes in the high mountains of Tyrol."

Willy Moralt


"Children at the roadside chapel: pastel tones and national costumes in the high mountains of Tyrol."

(1898 Munich - 1947 ibid) Children at the Wayside Chapel In pastel tones, naturalistically painted representation of a wayside chapel at the edge of the forest with praying children in traditional attire, most likely in the Tyrolean highlands. A Biedermeier, summery and cheerful painting by Moralt, firmly rooted in the tradition of Carl Spitzweg. He learned from his father Paul Moralt, a student of Spitzweg and Christian Morgenstern; in addition, he inherited several sketchbooks and preliminary drawings by Spitzweg. From 1903 onwards, Moralt studied at the Munich Academy under Karl Raupp and quickly achieved success at the Munich Glass Palace. Oil on wood panel. Signed with location Munich. 55 cm x 38 cm. Framed.

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08 Apr 2024

674 400,00

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CountryGermany

Author Willy Moralt

Style Landscape

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