Portrait of Clotilde, Countess Reichsgräfin von Willich und Lottum: delicately crafted and historically significant.

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Portrait of Clotilde, Countess Reichsgräfin von Willich und Lottum: delicately crafted and historically significant.

(Active in 1828) Portrait of Clotilde, Countess Reichsgräfin von Wylich und Lottum, née Countess zu Putbus. Very delicately painted, artistically and historically significant Biedermeier portrait of the Countess sitting in a classical salon of a neoclassical palace. Oil on cardboard. Verso marked "Lottum". 37 cm x 31 cm. Framed. Clotilde, daughter of Wilhelm Malte I, Prince of Putbus, married Friedrich von Wylich und Lottum in 1828, whose son became Wilhelm Malte II, Prince of Putbus in 1854. In 1859, Franz Xaver Winterhalter created a famous painting of the Countess. German portrait painter active in the 19th century.

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01 Apr 2024

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