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Carl Stephan Bennet

(Malmøhus Len 1800 -  Stockholm 1878 )
BENNET Carl Stephan Prins Gustav

Stockholms Auktionsverket /Dec 4, 2012
1,164.43 - 1,397.31
1,732.50

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Carl Stephan Bennet - Ruinlandskap Rom

Carl Stephan Bennet - Ruinlandskap Rom

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Objektsbeskrivning CARL STEPHAN BENNET 1800-1878 Ruinlandskap Rom Blyerts på papper 17 x 26 cm. Signed C. St. Bennet del / C. St Bennet, on the reverse . A distant view of Rome with the tomb of Caecilia Metella and the church of St. Peter in the background . Bennet was in Italy between 8 September 1830 to 30 March 1832 where he spent most of his time in Rome and Naples. In Rome he was part of the circles of Horace Vernet, B. Thorvaldsen, C. Hansen and B. E. Fogelberg. Characteristic of Bennets work is his ability to create a sense of monumentality, of which the present drawing is a superb example. Together with Hjalmar Mörner (1804-1837), Gustaf Söderberg (1799-1875) and Alexander Clemens Wetterling (1796-1858), Bennet belongs to the generation of Swedish artist that visited Rome in advance of more internationally acclaimed Swedish artists such as Gustaf Wilhelm Palm (1810-1890). The majority of the drawings and oilstudies Bennet executed in Italy are in Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. Exhibitions of his work were held at Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, Stockholm in 1978, Carl Stephen Bennet 1800-1878, and at Säftstaholms Castle in 1998, B. Rapp, Stadsutsikter och landskap - Minnesbilder från Stockholm, Vingåker och Rom av Carl Stephen Bennet 1800-1878. . The Tomb of Caecilia Metella is a mausoleum located just outside Rome at the three mile marker of the Via Appia. It was built during the 1st century B.C. to honor Caecilia Metella who was the daughter of Quintus Caecilius Metelius Creticus, a Counsul in 69 B.C., and wife of Marcus Licinius Crassus, son of the famous Marcus Crassus who served under Julius Caesar. It is one of the most well known and well preserved monuments along the Via Appia and a popular tourist site. It consists of a cylindrical drum, or rotunda, atop a square podium with the Caetani Castle (Castrum) attached at the rear. The square podium stands at 8.3 meters tall with the cylindrical drum standing at 12 m. The monument in totality stands at a height of 21.7 meters tall. The diameter of the circular drum is 29.5 m. On the outside of the monument, an inscription can be seen reading "CAECILIAE |Q·CRETICI·F | METELLAE·CRASSI" indicating to whom this tomb was dedicated. Further up the monument, decorations can be seen depicting festoons and bucrania, heads of bulls, which were the inspiration for the area being named Capo Di Bove, meaning head of the bovine. At the top of the monument, medieval battlements can be seen from the time when the tomb was used as a fortress. At the rear, the Caetani Castle is attached to the tomb. The castle originally was three levels: ground level, first level, and second level. It is unknown what the second level was used for but the first floor was used for the elite gentlemen as evidenced by fireplaces and refined goods. The castle is now used to display various decorations from the monument.
Carl Stephan Bennet - Stockholm's Royal Palace And Surroundings

Carl Stephan Bennet - Stockholm's Royal Palace And Surroundings

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Lot number: 8
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Carl Stefan Bennet , b. Lyngby, Malmøhus len 1800, d. Stockholm 1878 Stockholm's Royal Palace and surroundings with Svea Royal life guard led by Count Aminoff on a white horse. Signed and dated C. Bennet 1849. On the reverse of the canvas marked crowned monogram CA for Christian X and Queen Alexandrine. Oil on canvas. 37 x 52 cm. (2). Enclosed: A letter to Christian X from Camilla Jenssen, dated May 13th 1937. In the letter Camilla Jenssen hopes that the King will receive the painting as a gift on the occasion of the King's 25 jubilee and she writes the following about its history (in Danish): "Swedish officers were during the war in 1864 accommodated at the manor house Stensgaard on Funen at steward Trolle and his wife born Jenssen. After the war the Swedish officers sent this painting to express their gratitude. After the death of Mrs Trolle the family Jenssen inherited the painting and it has been in the family since." Provenance: Descendants of Frederik VIII (1843-1912) until today.
Carl Stephan Bennet - Herrskap Vid Ekolsunds Slott

Carl Stephan Bennet - Herrskap Vid Ekolsunds Slott

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Lot number: 2141
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2141 - CARL STEFAN BENNET 1800-1878 Herrskap vid Ekolsunds slott Signerad S. Bennet Ekolsund Upland. Olja på kartong, 28,5 x 41 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000-30 000 (EUR 2 300-2 700) Contact our experts about this object Place an absentee bid on this object Bidding closes 2009-05-28 - 11:00 (CET)
Carl Stephan Bennet - Prins Gustav

Carl Stephan Bennet - Prins Gustav

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Lot number: 2368
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