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Franz Ludwig Catel

Germany (1778 -  1856 )
CATEL Franz Ludwig Ruine Trimburg (2 Blatt)

Villa Grisebach
May 29, 2019
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Franz Ludwig Catel - Ruine Trimburg (2 Blatt)

Franz Ludwig Catel - Ruine Trimburg (2 Blatt)

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Franz Ludwig Catel (Berlin 1778 – 1856 Rom) Ruine Trimburg (2 Blatt). 1834 Jeweils Aquarell und Feder in Schwarz auf Papier. 18 × 23,5 cm bzw. 18 × 22,5 cm ( 7 ⅛ × 9 ¼ in. bzw. 7 ⅛ × 8 ⅞ in.). Jeweils unten rechts mit Feder in Braun über Bleistift signiert und datiert: F. Catel 1834. Jeweils rückseitig mit Bleistift (vom Künstler?) bezeichnet: Burg Trimburg. Gebräunt und leicht fleckig. [3134] Wir danken Dr. Andreas Stolzenburg, Hamburg, für die Bestätigung der Authentizität der Aquarelle. Franz Ludwig Catel (Berlin 1778 – 1856 Rome) Ruine Trimburg (2 sheets). 1834 Each watercolour and pen and black ink on paper. 18 × 23,5 cm, 18 × 22,5 cm ( 7 ⅛ × 9 ¼ in. and 7 ⅛ × 8 ⅞ in.). Each signed and dated in pen in brown over pencil, lower right: F. Catel 1834. Each inscribed in pencil (by the artist?) on the reverse: Burg Trimburg. Time staining and slightly stained. [3134] We would like to thank Dr. Andreas Stolzenburg, Hamburg, for confirming the authenticity of the watercolours.
Franz Ludwig Catel - Rudolf Of Habsburg And The Priest

Franz Ludwig Catel - Rudolf Of Habsburg And The Priest

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Lot number: 55
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Franz Ludwig Catel (Berlin 1778–1856 Rome) Rudolf of Habsburg and the priest, 1818, oil on canvas, 73.5x100cm, framed, slightly damaged, (W) Exhibited: Franz Ludwig Catel. Italienbilder der Romantik, Hamburger Kunsthalle, 16 October 2015 - January 2016. Compare: Franz Ludwig Catel, The Count of Habsburg giving his horse to a priest, 1818, pen and brush in brown, heightened with white, 44x59cm, Städelsches Kunstinstitut, Graphische Sammlung, Frankfurt am Main, inv. no. 6859. Franz Ludwig Catel, originally trained as a wood sculptor and graphic artist, later devoted himself to landscape painting. After travelling extensively and training in Berlin and Paris, in 1811 he went to Rome, where he joined the circle of artists around Joseph Anton Koch. His landscapes are characterised by picturesque motifs of Italian country life, and he focused on the depiction of staffage figures, which became the main subject of his works. Thus, his landscapes take on a touch of genre scenes. In addition to these he illustrated histories, as in the present lot. The painting describes the legendary event from the life of Rudolf of Habsburg: following the snowmelt in the spring, a stream after a snowy winter caused flooding, as a result of which a bridge was torn away. A priest who had been called to a sick man to give him his last rites was therefore not able to cross the creek. On the way back from hunting, Count Rudolf I of Habsburg and his servant also arrived at this place. Rudolf handed over his horse to the priest so that he could cross the stream on the animal\’s back. When the priest wanted to return the horse, Rudolf gave him the animal. Because of this generous deed, according to legend, the clergyman prophesied the rise and prosperity of the House of Habsburg. Friedrich Schiller used this legend in his ballad \‘Der Graf von Habsburg\’. Catel depicts the moment when Rudolf gives his horse to the priest and he begins to cross the stream. Specialist: Dr. Christl Wolf
Franz Ludwig Catel - The Bay Of Naples With Fishers And Shell Collectors

Franz Ludwig Catel - The Bay Of Naples With Fishers And Shell Collectors

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Description: Signed and dated lower left: F. Catel Roma 50Catel travelled to Naples for the first time in 1812 and returned there numerous times during the decades that followed. Alongside depictions of the surroundings of Rome, views of the Gulf of Naples with Mount Vesuvius and Capri, as well as those of the Gulf of Pozzuoli with Capo Miseno and Ischia, became the artist's trademarks and were avidly collected throughout Europe.The present coastal view of Naples is enriched by the depictions of two fishers with their boat and two mussel collectors.
Notes: VAT: Margin scheme
Provenance: Private collection, West Germany.
Dimensions: 62.5 x 78 cm
Artist or Maker: Franz Ludwig Catel
Medium: Oil on canvas
Franz Ludwig Catel -  Views Of Trimberg Castle

Franz Ludwig Catel - Views Of Trimberg Castle

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Lot number: 89
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The present two watercolors are works by Franz Ludwig Catel, dated 1834, and depict views of the castle in Trimberg on the Franconian Saale. They were probably not intended as finished works, but sketches that the artist possibly used later as material for painted compositions.
The architectural views are characterized by fine pencil strokes and a delicate style of painting. Catel was primarily influenced by Joseph Anton Koch (1768-1839), who is recorded for his idealizing and mythicizing landscapes. According to Koch, the landscape was not supposed to be mere background anymore, but autonomous image content.

The sheets are mounted to tinted paper (strongly stained) on the upper edge. They show some faint marks caused by light along the edges as well as foxing marks. One sheet shows a tear (about 1 cm) to the upper edge and an old crease (visible on the back). The colors are still relatively fresh. The gilt frames show minor wear marks. The overall dimensions, framed, are 36 x 41 and 36.5 x 40.5 cm. The sheet dimensions are 17.5 x 23.2 cm and 18 x 22.2 cm.

Franz Ludwig Catel (1776-1819)
Born in Berlin, Franz Ludwig Catel worked as a painter and wood sculptor. His brother Ludwig Friedrich Catel (1776-1819) was also a painter and architect. In 1806, Catel was elected as a member of the Berlin Academy. Travels took him to Paris and Switzerland. In 1811, he moved to Rome and joined the circle of Joseph Anton Koch. In 1830, he settled on a manor in Marcerata in Ancona. From his property, he founded a foundation for young artists in Rome, the Pio Istituto Catel, which still exists today. Works by Catel are on display in major museum collections, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Neue Pinakothek in Munich and the Hamburger Kunsthalle.
Ludwig Catel, Two Watercolors, Views of Trimberg Castle, 1834
Watercolor and pencil on paper
Germany, 1834
Franz Ludwig Catel (1778-1856) - German painter and wood sculptor
A pair of views of Trimberg castle
Each signed and dated lower right, \‘F. Catel 1834\’\’\’\’
Each inscribed on verso, \‘Burg Trimberg\’\’\’\’
Gilt stucco frame with glazing
Overall dimensions, framed: 36 x 41 cm and 36.5 x 40.5 cm
Provenance: Private collection, Germany
Individual watercolors in similar formats sell for more than 17,000 euros in the international auction market
The present two watercolors are works by Franz Ludwig Catel, dated 1834, and depict views of the castle in Trimberg on the Franconian Saale. They ...
Franz Ludwig Catel - Blick Auf Rom

Franz Ludwig Catel - Blick Auf Rom

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Lot number: 136
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Catel, Franz Ludwig
Berlin 1778 – 1856 Rome
Blick auf Rom
Um 1813/1818
Öl auf Bütten, auf Karton aufgezogen
19,8 x 27,6 cm
7 3/4 x 10 7/8 in.

Franz Ludwig Catel
Berlin 1778 – 1856 Rome
Blick auf Rom
Circa 1813/1818
Oil on laid paper, laid down on cardboard
Signed on the balustrade above the vases: CATEL
19,8 x 27,6 cm
7 3/4 x 10 7/8 in.
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