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Frankfurter Goethe-Haus / Freies Deutsches Hochstift Kunstsammlung [III-12255]

"Albert, Charlotte and Werter". Werthers Abschied von Albert und Lotte

"Albert, Charlotte and Werter". Werthers Abschied von Albert und Lotte (Frankfurter Goethe-Haus / Freies Deutsches Hochstift CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Frankfurter Goethe-Haus / Freies Deutsches Hochstift (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

In rundem Bildausschnitt rechts Blick in eine mondbeschienene Landschaft, links hohe Mauer mit angeschnittener hoher Vase, davor sitzend Albert und Lotte, die dem rechts stehenden Werther ihre linke Hand zum Abschied reicht. Darstellung in weichen Halbtönen, grobe Kolorierung.
Bezeichnet: Unter der Darstellung links "J. Northcote. pinxit."; mittig "J. Harris excudit."; rechts "C. Knight Sculpsit."; darunter mittig "ALBERT, CHARLOTTE AND WERTER. / Charlotte I said holding out my hand to her, and my eyes full of tears. / we shall again see one another here and hereafter. Sorrows of Werter. Vol 1 p. 160.", darunter "Published Nov r. 1st. 1791. by J. Harris. Sweeting Alley. Cornhill London."

Material / Technique

Punktiermanier; Radierung, koloriert

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Darstellung: 20,8 cm (Durchmesser) - Platte: 28,8 x 24,3 cm - Blatt: 30,0 x 25,6 cm

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[Last update: 2016/12/03]

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