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Bannat. Gegend bey Uj Palanka

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Article ID EUR3798
Artist Kunike (1777-1838)
Adolf Kunike was a student at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts in 1804. From 1808 to 1810 he studied history painting in Rome. In 1816 Kunike made contact with Alois Senefelder in Munich. In 1817 he opened his own lithographic institute in Vienna. Initially active as an artist herself, Kunike later limited herself to lithographic reproduction and the management of her own company, which became the foster home of artist's lithography, especially portraits and landscapes. He published series works, the most important of which are the two hundred and sixty Danube views according to the course of the Danube river from its origin to its outflow into the Black Sea ... which Kunike published in three editions in 1820, 1824, 1826. The majority of the pictures appearing in this work are by Jakob Alt.
Title Bannat. Gegend bey Uj Palanka
Year ca. 1820
Description View of the city Palanka at the river Donau, Serbia.
Place of Publication Vienna
Dimensions (cm)29 x 36
ConditionPerfect condition


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