Biedermeier
The Biedermeier period refers to an era in Central Europe during which the middle-class grew and arts appealed to common sensibilities in the historical period between 1815, the year of the Congress o...
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Biedermeier
The Biedermeier style refers to aspects of everyday life, comfort and family. Learn about Biedermeier with tips from an art historian in this free fine art v...
Friedrich Gauermann
Friedrich Gauermann (September 10, 1807 – July 7, 1862), Austrian painter, son of the landscape painter Jacob Gauermann (1773–1843), was born at Miesenbach near Gutenstein in Lower Austria. He was an ...
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Friedrich von Amerling
Friedrich von Amerling (14 April 1803 – 14 January 1887) was an Austro-Hungarian portrait painter in the court of Franz Josef. He was born in Vienna and was court painter between 1835 and 1880. With F...
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Giuseppe Tominz
Giuseppe Tominz (6 July 1790 – 22 April 1866) was a Italian painter, who lived and worked in the Austrian Empire and in Italy. He was one of the most prominent Italian portraitists of the Bieder...
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Hotel Graf Stadion (Vienna)
The Hotel Graf Stadion was a historic three-star hotel, located on Buchfeldgasse 5 in Vienna's eighth district Josefstadt. The hotel was established in 1897 and named after the Austrian statesman Joha...
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Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller
 Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller  (15 January 1793 in Vienna – 23 August 1865 in Hinterbrühl, Austria) was an Austrian painter and writer. Waldmüller was one of the most important Austrian painte...
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Josef Danhauser
Josef Danhauser (August 19, 1805, Laimgrube (now a part of Mariahilf or Neubau) – May 4, 1845) was an Austrian painter, one of the main artists of Biedermeier period, together with Ferdinand Georg Wal...
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Ferdinand Raimund
Ferdinand Raimund (born Ferdinand Jakob Raimann; 1 June 1790 – 5 September 1836, Pottenstein, Lower Austria) was an Austrian actor and dramatist.
He was born in Vienna as a son of Bohemian woodtur...
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Annette von Droste-Hülshoff
Anna Elisabeth Franziska Adolphine Wilhelmine Louise Maria, Freiin von Droste zu Hülshoff, known as Annette von Droste-Hülshoff ([aˈnɛtə fɔn ˈdʁɔstəˈhʏlshɔf]; January 10 or 12 1797 – May 24, 184...
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Willibald Alexis
Willibald Alexis, the pseudonym of Georg Wilhelm Heinrich Häring (29 June 1798 – 16 December 1871), was a German historical novelist.
Alexis was born in Breslau. His father, who came of a ...
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Jeremias Gotthelf
Albert Bitzius (October 4, 1797 – October 22, 1854) was a Swiss novelist, best known by his pen name of Jeremias Gotthelf.
He was born at Murten, where his father was pastor. In 1804 the home was ...
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Der Nachsommer
Der Nachsommer (English: Indian Summer; subtitled A Tale; 1857) is a novel in three volumes by Adalbert Stifter. A 19th century Bildungsroman that describes the journey of an idealistic, sheltered...
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The Black Spider
The Black Spider is a novella by the Swiss writer Jeremias Gotthelf written in 1842. Set in an idyllic frame story, old legends are worked into a Christian-humanist allegory about ideas of good and ev...
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Adalbert Stifter
Adalbert Stifter ([ˈʃtɪftɐ]; 23 October 1805 – 28 January 1868) was an Austrian writer, poet, painter, and pedagogue. He was especially notable for the vivid natural landscapes depicted in his writing...
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Peter Fendi
Peter Fendi (4 September 1796 – 28 August 1842) was an Austrian court painter, portrait and genre painter, engraver, and lithographer. He was one of the leading artists of the Biedermeier period...
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