Spring In The Woods by Czech Painter Anton Ebert (1845 – 1896), a portrait artist of women and children in period costume as well as landscapes.
Spring In The Woods is an Allegory painting depicting a semi-nude Forest Nymph relaxing in the woods by a large tree surrounded by flowers and plants, by a river bank.
This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.
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Ebert studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and continued his studies privately with Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller in Vienna.
After several study trips, Ebert worked as a portrait painter in Vienna, created. including miniature portraits of Franz Joseph I on ivory.
In later years Ebert also dealt with landscape painting from the area around Vienna.
Anton Ebert had been a member of the Künstlerhaus since 1862 .