Friedrich Hohe (1801/02-1870) Fortress of Palamidi /Greece rare lithograph (m)
PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY EMAILS WITH NEGOTIATIONS OR LESS-PRICE OFFERS! Very rare lithograph by German artist Friedrich Hohe (1802 Bayreuth - 1870 Munich). The latter in 1821 participated (as companion of Carl Wilhelm von Heydeck) in Greek Liberation War. This series (7 issues with 24 lithographs in sum) was published in 1828/1829.
Friedrich Hohe (1802 - 1870) was a German lithographer and painter. He was born in Bayreuth, Bavaria, in 1802.
In 1820 he entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, in Munich (also known as the Munich Academy). Thereafter, from 1823 until the end of his life, he devoted himself to lithography. In 1826 Hohe visited Italy with landscape painter Carl Rottmann. Hohe died in Munich in 1870.
Our additional image shows another lithograph by Friedrich Hohe from the same cycle. Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers; vol.
London, Macmillan; George Bell & Sons, 1904. Creator Dates: 1561 Antwerp - 1628 Munich Venice?
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- Width (Inches): 12.2
- Production Technique: Lithograph
- Listed By: BORIS WILNITSKY FINE ART
- Subject: Greece
- Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
- Material: Lithograph
- Height (Inches): 16.8
- Print Surface: Paper
- Date of Creation: 1828/29
- Artist: Friedrich Hohe
- Year of Production: 1828/29
- Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
- Style: Decorative prints
- Unit of Sale: Single-Piece Work
- Type: Print