Carl Frederik von Breda, 1797 - Teresa Vandoni, Italian Singer at the Royal Opera, Stockholm - fine art print

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What does the original description of the Nationalmuseum Stockholm state about this 18th century artwork from the painter Carl Frederik von Breda? (© - Nationalmuseum Stockholm -

English: After many years living in England, Carl Fredric von Breda returned to Stockholm in 1796. The following year, he completed a full-length portrait of Teresa Vandoni – an Italian opera singer and actress who appeared on stage all over Stockholm in the mid-1790s. In London, von Breda had been strongly influenced by British portraitists such as Thomas Gainsborough. Back home, these experiences informed his own artistic style, and the portrait of Teresa Vandoni is quite probably inspired by Gainsborough’s full-length portraits of English noblewomen in an outdoor setting. The portrait was shown to great acclaim at the Royal Academy exhibition in Stockholm in 1798. With a small dog under her arm and a garland of flowers in her hand, Vandoni is strolling through a wild and overgrown parkland scene at Bellevue, near Brunnsviken on the outskirts of Stockholm. Her light and simple dress was the height of fashion at the time and an allusion to the much admired sculptures of Ancient Rome and Greece. This painting thus unites two of the era’s key cultural trends – a fascination for classical antiquity and a new interest in nature. Efter en mångårig vistelse i England hade Carl Fredric von Breda 1796 återvänt till Stockholm. Året därpå utförde han det här helfigursporträttet av Teresa Vandoni – en italiensk sångerska och skådespelerska som vid mitten av 1790-talet framträdde på Stockholms opera- och teaterscener. I London hade von Breda tagit starka intryck av brittiska porträttmålare som Thomas Gainsborough. Efter hemkomsten kom dessa erfarenheter att prägla hans konstnärskap, och en viktig inspirationskälla för porträttet av Teresa Vandoni var sannolikt Gainsboroughs helfigursporträtt av engelska adelsdamer avbildade ute i det fria. 1798 visades porträttet på Konstakademiens utställning i Stockholm, och rönte genast uppskattning. Med en liten hund på armen och en blomsterkrans i handen vandrar Vandoni genom ett vildvuxet parklandskap vid Bellevue, nära Brunnsviken i Stockholms omgivningar. Hennes tunna och enkla klänning var vid denna tid högsta mode och avsedd att ge associationer till den av samtiden mycket beundrade romerska och grekiska skulpturkonsten. Därigenom förenas i målningen två av tidens viktiga kulturella strömningar – fascinationen för den klassiska antiken och det nya intresset för naturen.

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This work of art was created by Carl Frederik von Breda in 1797. The original version measures the size: Height: 178 cm (70 ″); Width: 150 cm (59 ″) Framed: Height: 199 cm (78,3 ″); Width: 170 cm (66,9 ″); Depth: 13 cm (5,1 ″). It is included in the Nationalmuseum Stockholm's art collection. This classic art artwork, which is in the public domain is included with courtesy of Nationalmuseum Stockholm & Wikimedia Commons.Furthermore, the artpiece has the creditline: . Besides, the alignment is portrait with an image ratio of 1 : 1.2, which implies that the length is 20% shorter than the width.

Structured artwork information

Artpiece name: "Teresa Vandoni, Italian Singer at the Royal Opera, Stockholm"
Classification of the artwork: painting
Category: classic art
Time: 18th century
Year: 1797
Approximate age of artwork: around 220 years
Original dimensions (artwork): Height: 178 cm (70 ″); Width: 150 cm (59 ″) Framed: Height: 199 cm (78,3 ″); Width: 170 cm (66,9 ″); Depth: 13 cm (5,1 ″)
Museum: Nationalmuseum Stockholm
Location of the museum: Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden
Museum's website: Nationalmuseum Stockholm
License of artwork: public domain
Courtesy of: Nationalmuseum Stockholm & Wikimedia Commons

Article details

Product classification: art copy
Reproduction method: digital reproduction
Manufacturing process: UV direct print
Provenance: produced in Germany
Type of stock: production on demand
Product use: home design, gallery wall
Alignment of the image: portrait alignment
Side ratio: (length : width) 1 : 1.2
Meaning: the length is 20% shorter than the width
Fabric options: metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), canvas print
Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) size options: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) variants: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Poster print (canvas paper): 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Aluminium dibond print options: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Art print framing: unframed reproduction

Artist metadata table

Artist name: Carl Frederik von Breda
Artist nationality: Swedish
Jobs of the artist: painter
Country of origin: Sweden
Classification: old master
Died at the age of: 59 years
Birth year: 1759
Birthplace: Stockholm
Died: 1818
City of death: Stockholm

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