Genre Portrait Of A Young Lady
Genre Portrait Of A Young Lady by German Painter Leopold Schmutzler (1864 – 1940); a Rococo style genre scene, portrait and female figure painter.
This is a stunning genre portrait of a beautiful country peasant girl that is posing on top of mountainous terrain with a large white cloud and blue sky backdrop.
She has long dark brown to almost black hair, that flow onto a gold coin necklace that forms a v-shape just above the cleavage of her breast that are covered by a deep v-neck white silk chemise, that itself is attached to a red skirt with floral patterns and green and black thick lines.
This is a masterpiece of sensual sexy beauty that shows the raw essence of a woman.
This is a remastered digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image that is available as a rolled canvas print online.
Info Below Derived From Wikipedia.org
Leopold was born Mies a town in Tachov District in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic.
His father was an innkeeper and a saddler and provided his son with his first drawing lessons, then from 1880 to 1882 he studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Art with German Painter Christian Griepenkerl (1839 – 1916); and later at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, studying under Otto Seitz (1846 – 1912).
After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts Munich in 1885 he decided to settle in Munich, and by the turn of the century he had become one of the most sought after portrait artist in Munich; creating art for the Bavarian Royal Family,, popular performers and dancers, including a portrait of the actress Lili Marberg (1876 – 1962) in the role of Salome.