Jacob Alt

(17891872 ) - Artworks
ALT Jacob Near Limone At Lake Garda

Nagel /Oct 10, 2012
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Jacob Alt - Rome Seen From The Passegiata Margerita

Jacob Alt - Rome Seen From The Passegiata Margerita

Original 1835
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Lot number: 277
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Jacob Alt (Frankfurt / Main 1789-1872 Vienna) and possibly in cooperation with Rudolf von Alt (Vienna 1812-1905) Rome seen from the Passegiata Margerita, dated 3. Juni 1835 on the reverse and with a caption: "Rome vom nördlichen Thore des Janiculus (Gianicolo) aus, Jakob Alt 1835, rechts oben die Acqua Paola, links vor ihr S. Pietro in Montorio, ganz links Capitolsthurm und Aracoeli" (Rome seen from the northern gate of the Gianicolo, at upper right Acqua Paola, at its left S. Pietro in Montorio, at the far left the tower of the Capitol and Aracoeli), signed and dated J. Alt 1835, watercolor on paper, 26,5 x 45 cm, a paper strip addes at the right and lower margin, mounted, framed, (Hu) In spring 1835 Jacob Alt travelled with his son Rudolf to Italy by order of Emperor Ferdinand I., where both worked on the socalled Guckkastenseries. Father and son must have experienced a high rise. Rudolf produced the best works at this time and in one of his numerous styles; for Jacob the development meant a climax in his work. Both artists could not get freer and more painterly. These are works when father and son became closest in their collaboration ... the mere veduta becomes a township landscape...notwithstanding the real authorship all works bear the signature of Jacob Alt. See Marie-Luise Sternath, Rudolf von Alt, Exhibition catalogue Albertina, Vienna 2005, p. 121f.)
Jacob Alt - Bucolic Landscape

Jacob Alt - Bucolic Landscape

Original 1825
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Lot number: 327
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Alt, Jakob (Frankfurt/M. 1789 - Wien 1872) Bucolic landscape with Fishermen Pencil drawing, 28 x 38 cm, lo. le. sign. a. dat. J. Alt 1825, min. foxing, framed under glass, uninspected out of frame. - Landscape painter, watercolour painter a. graphic artist, father of the well-known Vienna artist's family. A. studied at the Vienna academy, painted views on the Alps a. the Danube, Italy a. Rome.... More Alt, Jakob (Frankfurt/M. 1789 - Wien 1872) Bucolic landscape with Fishermen Pencil drawing, 28 x 38 cm, lo. le. sign. a. dat. J. Alt 1825, min. foxing, framed under glass, uninspected out of frame. - Landscape painter, watercolour painter a. graphic artist, father of the well-known Vienna artist's family. A. studied at the Vienna academy, painted views on the Alps a. the Danube, Italy a. Rome. - Lit.: Boetticher, Thieme-Becker, Bénézit a. others. Reserve price: 600 Jakob Alt (Frankfurt/M. 1789 - Wien 1872) Bukolische Landschaft mit Fischern und Edelleuten Bleistiftzeichnung, 28 x 38, l. u. sign. u. dat. J. Alt 1825, min. Stockflecken, unter Glas gerahmt, ungeöffnet. - Landschaftsmaler, Aquarellist u. Lithograph, Haupt der bekannten Wiener Malerfamilie. A. studierte an der Wiener Akademie, schuf Ansichten von der österreichischen Alpen- u. Donauregion, von Oberitalien u. Rom. - Lit.: Boetticher, Thieme-Becker, Bénézit u.a. Mindestpreis: 600
Jacob Alt - Scene Of Castellamare On The Gulf Of Naples

Jacob Alt - Scene Of Castellamare On The Gulf Of Naples

Original 1837
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Lot number: 193
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Jacob Alt (Frankfurt am Main 1789–1872 Vienna) Scene of Castellamare on the Gulf of Naples, signed, dated J. Alt 1837, oil on canvas, 53 x 66 cm, framed, (Rei) Provenance: Alfred Eisler to 1937; his widow Valerie Eisler to 1941; Nazi appropriation by means of a loan agreement with the Joanneum Graz which was later converted into a non-gratuitous arrangement; 1953 restitution settlement with the legal heirs of Valerie Eisler, the painting remained at the Joanneum as a “quid pro quo”; January 2012 restitution to the legal heirs of Valerie Eisler by the provincial government of Styria.
Jacob Alt - Near Limone At Lake Garda

Jacob Alt - Near Limone At Lake Garda

Original 1849
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Lot number: 960
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ALT, JAKOB (1789-1872). Near Limone at Lake Garda. Pencil and watercolour on paper, heightened white, signed and dated 1849, verso label "La Princesse Sophie Liechtenstein". 31 x 41 cm Am Gardasee bei Limone. Aquarell über Bleistift auf Papier, weiß gehöht, unten rechts signiert und datiert 1849, verso Etikett "La Princesse Sophie Liechtenstein".
Jacob Alt - Donau-ansichten Vom Ursprunge Bis Zum Ausflusse Ins Schwarze Meer

Jacob Alt - Donau-ansichten Vom Ursprunge Bis Zum Ausflusse Ins Schwarze Meer

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Jacob Alt (Frankfurt /Main 1789-1872 Vienna) Donau-Ansichten vom Ursprunge bis zum Ausflusse ins Schwarze Meer (Views of the Danube from its origin to its mouth into the Black Sea), an album with 116 lithographs from an edition of three volumes, titled "Zwey hundert vier und sechzig Donau-Ansichten nach dem Laufe des Donaustromes von seinem Ursprunge bis zum Ausflusse in das schwarze Meer sammt einer Donaukarte", edited by Adolph Kunike, Vienna 1826, drawn by Jakob Alt, with a foreword and a description by Dr. Georg Carl Borromäus Rump, dimensions of sheets each 36.5 x 53.5 cm, browned and partly stained, in a cardboard album, with a leather book spine, damaged (corners and edges pushed), (116), (Sch) We are grateful to Dr. Sándor Békési for the scientific support in cataloguing the present album. The album included 264 sheets and contained the earliest series of views of the Danube. Its execution was one of the most significant projects of the monarchy. With this album we come across a vision to capture a large part of a landscape as a whole. Vast areas along the river banks from the Black Forest to the Black Sea belonged to the Ottoman Empire at that time. The journey was therefore considered risky for a landscape draftsman and stranger because he could be easily regarded as a spy. For the expected dangers Jacob Alt resigned from the commission although he had originally assumed the completion of the entire river course. Alt only drew the Danube river to Belgrade. Ludwig Erminy continued from there onwards. Thus the artistic quality among the preliminary drawings which were subsequently transferred to the lithgraphic stone differs sometimes quite considerably. The series combines important artistic, scientific and technical developments. Instead of an ideal landscape the artist laid his priority upon the immediate view of a realistic setting. The new process of lithographic reproduction led to a wide dissemination of the views. Nine views of the present album are related to the Vienna area of the Danube between Leopoldsberg und the Lobau. The Vienna Museum preserves the complete album with all 164 lithographs (Inv. Nr. 105.081/1-264). It was shown in the exhibition "Donauansichten vom Ursprunge bis zum Ausflusse ins Meer, 1826" from September 7th to 24th , 2010 in the Primariatspalace in Bratislava. Specialist: Mag. Astrid Schierz
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