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Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl

Germany (1794 -  1887 )
RUHL Ludwig Sigismund Drei Anmutige Musizierende Engel Auf Estrade In Parklandschaft

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Dec 6, 2012
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Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Allegory Of The Hunt And Music

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Allegory Of The Hunt And Music

Original 1836
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Lot number: 67
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Lot 67: Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl, Allegory of the Hunt and Music, 1836
Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887)
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Oil on wood Germany, 1836 Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887) - German painter and graphic artist Remains of the monogram 'RL' and dated '36' on the right of the depiction With a report from Dr Gerd Hofmann, Seeheim-Jugenheim, dated 24/6/2005 Richly ornamented stucco frame Dimensions: 51 x 46.5 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, Thuringia Allegorical representation in the Dutch style; works by the artist fetch up to €9,500 on the auction market
This genre scene by Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl from 1836 depicts an allegory of hunting and music. A young lady, her back facing the viewer, is playing the piano while an elderly man accompanies her on the cello. Another man holding up a dead hare stands in the background. The composition in subdued colors shows a fine and detailed execution typical of the artist's work. In the Graphic Collection of the Schloss Wilhelmshöhe there are several sketches and preparatory drawings for this painting, in which Ruhl conceived the composition and the individual figures (inv. nos. 3096, 3302, 3300, 3304, 3294, 3303, 3290, 3070) Remains of the monogram 'RL' and the dating '36' can be found on the right of the depiction. The painting is in good condition. There are some retouchings, mainly in the left area. A crack in the wood plate running over the entire height of the image has been professionally restored. The frame shows some losses. The framed work measures 71.5 x 67.5 cm, the panel measures 51 x 46.5 cm. Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887) Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl received his first drawing lessons from his father, the sculptor Johann Christian Ruhl and as a young man attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Kassel where he met the painter Ludwig Emil Grimm. Ruhl studied aesthetics and art history in Göttingen and later at the Dresden Academy where he made the acquaintance of Arthur Schopenhauer, whom he portrayed in 1815. He attended the Art Academy in Munich, starting a friendship with the landscape painter Karl Philipp Fohr, followed by a sojourn in Rome. Here he was inspired by the Renaissance masters and painted in the style of the Nazarene school, depicting primarily religious motives. Eventually he returned to his hometown Kassel in 1818. He traveled to Hanau, Frankfurt and Berlin. During this time he created drawings, paintings, primarily with allegorical and historical subjects, and illustrations to Shakespeare's dramas. In 1832 Ruhl took a professorship at the Academy before being appointed director of the museum in Kassel and later the Academy. During the 1840s Ruhl mainly depicted mythological motifs. In his later creative period Ruhl returned to drawing and created several design for ceramics. (tfa)
Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Lady Making Her Morning Toilet

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Lady Making Her Morning Toilet

Original 1869
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Lot number: 70
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Lot 70: Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl, Lady Making her Morning Toilet, 1869
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Oil on wood

Germany, 1869

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887) - German painter and graphic artist

Monogrammed 'RL' and dated '1869' center right (retraced)

With a report from Dr Gerd Hofmann, Seeheim-Jugenheim, dated 18/5/2007

Original gilt frame

Dimensions: 76 x 52.5 cm

Good condition

Provenance: Private collection, Thuringia

Decorative interior with the portrait of a young lady; works by the artist fetch up to €9,500 on the auction market
This interior by Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl from 1869 depicts a young lady in a richly decorated boudoir, surrounded by jewelry boxes and all kinds of silverware laid out on her dressing table. The well-structured composition in vivid colors shows a fine and detailed execution typical of the artist's work. Ruhl was able to skillfully render the textures and individual patterns of the various fabrics - velvet, silk, lace, brocade - that fill the room.
The work is monogrammed 'RL' and dated '1869' center right (retraced). It is in good condition. There are retouchings, to the background and some to the face of the figure. The frame shows signs of age. The framed work measures 92 x 68.5 cm, the panel measures 76 x 52.5 cm.

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887)

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl received his first drawing lessons from his father, the sculptor Johann Christian Ruhl and as a young man attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Kassel where he met the painter Ludwig Emil Grimm. Ruhl studied aesthetics and art history in Göttingen and later at the Dresden Academy where he made the acquaintance of Arthur Schopenhauer, whom he portrayed in 1815. He attended the Art Academy in Munich, starting a friendship with the landscape painter Karl Philipp Fohr, followed by a sojourn in Rome. Here he was inspired by the Renaissance masters and painted in the style of the Nazarene school, depicting primarily religious motives. Eventually he returned to his hometown Kassel in 1818. He traveled to Hanau, Frankfurt and Berlin. During this time he created drawings, paintings, primarily with allegorical and historical subjects, and illustrations to Shakespeare's dramas. In 1832 Ruhl took a professorship at the Academy before being appointed director of the museum in Kassel and later the Academy. During the 1840s Ruhl mainly depicted mythological motifs. In his later creative period Ruhl returned to drawing and created several design for ceramics. (tfa)
Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Drei Anmutige Musizierende Engel Auf Estrade In Parklandschaft

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Drei Anmutige Musizierende Engel Auf Estrade In Parklandschaft

Original 1843
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Lot number: 2518
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Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl -  Allegory Of The Hunt And Music

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl - Allegory Of The Hunt And Music

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Lot number: 71
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Lot 71: Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl, Allegory of the Hunt and Music, 1836
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Oil on wood

Germany, 1836

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887) - German painter and graphic artist

Remains of the monogram 'RL' and dated '36' on the right of the depiction

With a report from Dr Gerd Hofmann, Seeheim-Jugenheim, dated 24/6/2005

Richly ornamented stucco frame

Dimensions: 51 x 46.5 cm

Good condition

Provenance: Private collection, Thuringia

Allegorical representation in the Dutch style; works by the artist fetch up to €9,500 on the auction market
This genre scene by Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl from 1836 depicts an allegory of hunting and music. A young lady, her back facing the viewer, is playing the piano while an elderly man accompanies her on the cello. Another man holding up a dead hare stands in the background. The composition in subdued colors shows a fine and detailed execution typical of the artist's work. In the Graphic Collection of the Schloss Wilhelmshöhe there are several sketches and preparatory drawings for this painting, in which Ruhl conceived the composition and the individual figures (inv. nos. 3096, 3302, 3300, 3304, 3294, 3303, 3290, 3070)

Remains of the monogram 'RL' and the dating '36' can be found on the right of the depiction. The painting is in good condition. There are some retouchings, mainly in the left area. A crack in the wood plate running over the entire height of the image has been professionally restored. The frame shows some losses. The framed work measures 71.5 x 67.5 cm, the panel measures 51 x 46.5 cm.

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl (1794-1887)

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl received his first drawing lessons from his father, the sculptor Johann Christian Ruhl and as a young man attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Kassel where he met the painter Ludwig Emil Grimm. Ruhl studied aesthetics and art history in Göttingen and later at the Dresden Academy where he made the acquaintance of Arthur Schopenhauer, whom he portrayed in 1815. He attended the Art Academy in Munich, starting a friendship with the landscape painter Karl Philipp Fohr, followed by a sojourn in Rome. Here he was inspired by the Renaissance masters and painted in the style of the Nazarene school, depicting primarily religious motives. Eventually he returned to his hometown Kassel in 1818. He traveled to Hanau, Frankfurt and Berlin. During this time he created drawings, paintings, primarily with allegorical and historical subjects, and illustrations to Shakespeare's dramas. In 1832 Ruhl took a professorship at the Academy before being appointed director of the museum in Kassel and later the Academy. During the 1840s Ruhl mainly depicted mythological motifs. In his later creative period Ruhl returned to drawing and created several design for ceramics. (tfa)
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