Gabriel Cornelius Von Max

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MAX von Gabriel Cornelius Portrait Of Friederike Hauffe

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Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Mädchenporträt Im Profil

Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Mädchenporträt Im Profil

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DescDE Max, Gabriel Cornelius von 1840 Prag - 1915 München Mädchenporträt im Profil. Signiert oben rechts: G. Max. Öl auf Leinwand. 34 x 26cm. Rahmen. Max, Gabriel Cornelius von 1840 Prague - 1915 Munich Portrait of a Young Girl in Profile. Signed upper right: G. Max. Oil on canvas. 34 x 26cm. Framed.
Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Portrait Of A Girl From Semi-profile

Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Portrait Of A Girl From Semi-profile

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MAX Gabriel Cornelius von (23. 8. 1840 Prague - 24. 11. 1915 Munich) Portrait of a girl from semi-profile Oil on canvas, 33,5 x 25,5 cm, framed, dated 1901, signed lower left. Czech painter and illustrator, son of the famous sculptor Josef Max. He studied at the Academy of Arts in Prague and Vienna and under K. Piloty in Munich. See T 2/117, TB 24/288, B 7/280, NE?VU 1/497.
Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Heimweh

Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Heimweh

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DescEN Max, Gabriel Cornelius von 1840 Prag - 1915 Munich "Heimweh". Signed upper right: G v. Max. Oil on canvas. 33 x 25cm. Gilded original frame (?). Provenance: Private collection, Rhineland. Auction Menna, Cologne, Auction Nr. 92, Dec.1937. (The Art Loss Register has confirmed, this painting is not registered either as stolen or missing. Furthermore, a property claim on the piece has not been made between 1933 and 1945.)
Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Portrait Of Friederike Hauffe

Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Portrait Of Friederike Hauffe

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Gabriel Cornelius Ritter von Max(Czechoslovakian, 1840-1915) Portrait of Friederike Hauffe signed and dated 'Gab.Max/1895' (upper right); inscribed 'JustinusKerners/:Seherin von Prevorst' (upper left), oil on canvas 84 x 67cm (33 1/16 x 26 3/8in). "Friederike Hauffe, the daughter of a game warden, was brought intothe world in Prevost, Württemberg. She was an uneducated woman, whohad read only the Bible and one songbook. Already as a child sheexperienced visions and presentiments. When she was 19, she wasengaged by her parents to a man she didn't love. On the same day, apreacher who she had greatly admired was buried. During the burialservice, "she died before the tangible world" and her "inner life"began. Shortly after her wedding, she became ill; she imagined thatshe lay in bed with the corpse of the preacher. She became involvedwith a succession of different "magnetism circles", during whichtime her physical illness became worse and worse. She suffered fromspasms, catalepsy, bleeding, and fever, for which neither doctorsnor alternative healers could find a cure. Eventually she wasbrought to Kerner, emaciated, deathly pale, with glazed eyes, herhead wrapped in white cloth like a nun. Kerner tried at first totreat her with conventional medical methods, but noticed that eachmedicament, in the weakest possible dose, produced exactly theopposite of the intended effect. He next resorted to his "magneticrefuge", and the condition of the patient improved remarkably"(Ellenberger, 1973, p.128f) 2). Friedericke Hauffe impressed the local world with her variousabilities. She received messages from ghosts, saw into the future,could move objects without contacting them and could speak strangelanguages fluently. The publication of her case study by Kernerprovoked an exceptionally strong interest in Germany. Many peoplevisited Weinsberg, among them such prominent philosophers asGörres, Schelling, and Eschenmayer, and were deeply impressed bythe patient.
Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Portrait Of A Lady In Pink

Gabriel Cornelius Von Max - Portrait Of A Lady In Pink

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MAX Gabriel Cornelius von (23. 8. 1840 Prague - 24. 11. 1915 Munich) Portrait of a lady in pink Oil on canvas, 54 x 42 cm, framed, undated, signed lower right. Czech painter and illustrator, son of the famous sculptor Josef Max, he studied at the Academy of Arts in Prague and in Vienna and then under K. Piloty in Munich.
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