Joseph Rebell, 1810 - Scene from the Napoleonic Wars: The French retreat from the Lobau and the wounded Marshal Jean Lannes (Duc de Montebello) - fine art print

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The painting is one of the first works that Josef Rebell created even during his time at the academy. The date 1810 refers to the year of completion. The presentation itself is exactly be delimited: In the time between 22 May and 5 July 1809, the "rest" between the Battle of Aspern and the Battle of Wagram German. The Austrian army was under the Generalissimo Archduke Carl just the victory over Napoleon won, and now both opponents prepare again for battle. The French troops held in these weeks on the "Ile Napoléon" entrenched, the Lobau, as surrounded by water and poor island was then called. Napoleon had built its central parade ground here, two stable bridges to the right bank and another ten bridges built through to March field on which the battle should play. "The length of the bridges in a row was the then unregulated current [...] considerably. But for bridging the last arm, the arm Stadler were needed bridges of 100 to 160 meters long. There was also a new design, the Napoleon particularly operation, namely a bridge of four rigid parts that could be open with a kind of hinges. " Napoleon oversaw the work themselves and caused by his presence and his words of encouragement for the good mood among his soldiers. The pioneers of Napoleon also had the enemy an excellent reputation, which is why the order was issued by the Austrian side of some artists to document their work. Johann Nepomuk Hoechle (1790-1835) was named as one of the "Reporter". Josef Rebell led his "records" with high probability commissioned by Friedrich Franz Xaver Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen from who fought in the Napoleonic Wars under the Austrian flag. At the Battle of Wagram German he commanded the Austrian 2nd Corps and defended on the first day of battle successfully village Parabsdorf. The photographs are a series of four illustrations set forth the Princes of Hohenzollern-Hechingen in the catalog of the paintings collection. How could learn by a descendant of the principal H. Lischke, "was auctioned in Berlin 1910/14 some of the images" and "another part went to war turmoil of the Second World War to reason". In the latter it could be to the presentation titled scene of the Napoleonic Wars in the moonlight, in the background, the traces of a burning village, act a large carriage with four horses chuck wagon and soldiers in various movements in the foreground. The remaining three were purchased in 1985 by the Austrian Gallery in the art trade. In the Hohenzollern's catalog as a scene from the Napoleon war, in the middle of a large building, to which a bridge leads, in the foreground soldiers on horseback and on foot, the right and left large trees (Inv 7273) was as a view of Kaiserebersdorf be identified, where Napoleon slept after the battle of Aspern his famous sleep thirty hours. The other two views (Inv 7271 and 7272) are more difficult to locate and are primarily due to the technical "description" of importance. Wurzbach are as owners of these paintings on the Napoleon's stepson and Viceroy of Italy, Prince Eugène Beauharnais. While this fighting during the Battle of Wagram with German in the army of Napoleon, but sat during the preparations for this in Friuli and difficult Archduke Johann as commander of the Army of Inner Austria to withdraw from Italy. It could be a presumption Wurz Bach thereby, which lies in the relationship that rebel had linked to Eugène Beauharnais during his stay in Milan 1810/1811, justified. Literature:. Wurzbach, C. v .: Biographies of the Empire Austria, Vol 25, Vienna 1873, p 78 ff .; Lischke, H .: Joseph Rebell (1787-1828), Diss. Phil. (Unpublished), Innsbruck 1956 Rauchensteiner, M .: The Battle of Wagram German on 5 and 6 July 1809 in. Military History Series, H. 36, 3rd Edition, Vienna 1994. [Sabine Grabner, in that this .: romanticism, classicism, Biedermeier , In the Austrian Gallery Belvedere, the second verb. Ed. Vienna 1997, p 62-63]

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The artwork was made by the classicist master Joseph Rebell. The over 210 year-old original had the size: 36,5 x 51,5 cm - frame dimensions: 45 x 60 x 4 cm. Oil on canvas was used by the painter as the technique for the piece of art. The original artwork has the following text as inscrption: signed and dated lower right: J. Rebel / 1810. This artpiece is part of the Belvedere's digital collection, which is one of Europe's most famous museums with three locations that blends the experience of architecture and art in a unique way. This artpiece, which belongs to the public domain is being supplied with courtesy of © Belvedere, Vienna, inventory number: 7272. : purchase from Galerie Sanct Lucas, Vienna in 1985. Besides, the alignment of the digital reproduction is in landscape format and has a side ratio of 1.4 : 1, meaning that the length is 40% longer than the width. The painter Joseph Rebell was a European artist, whose art style can mainly be classified as Classicism. The European painter was born in the year 1787 in Vienna, Vienna state, Austria and died at the age of 41 in 1828.

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About the artist

Artist name: Joseph Rebell
Other artist names: jos. rebell, josef rebell, Joseph rebell, rebell, rebell josef, Rebell Joseph, rebell j., j. rebell
Gender: male
Artist nationality: Austrian
Jobs of the artist: painter
Country of origin: Austria
Artist category: modern artist
Art styles: Classicism
Died at the age of: 41 years
Birth year: 1787
Birthplace: Vienna, Vienna state, Austria
Year of death: 1828
Place of death: Dresden, Saxony, Germany

Details about the piece of art

Title of the painting: "Scene from the Napoleonic Wars: The French retreat from the Lobau and the wounded Marshal Jean Lannes (Duc de Montebello)"
Artwork categorization: painting
General category: modern art
Century: 19th century
Created in the year: 1810
Approximate age of artwork: around 210 years
Painted on: oil on canvas
Dimensions of the original artpiece: 36,5 x 51,5 cm - frame dimensions: 45 x 60 x 4 cm
Signature on artpiece: signed and dated lower right: J. Rebel / 1810
Exhibited in: Belvedere
Place of museum: Vienna, Austria
Museum website: Belvedere
License: public domain
Courtesy of: © Belvedere, Vienna, inventory number: 7272
Creditline: purchase from Galerie Sanct Lucas, Vienna in 1985

The product specifications

Print product type: art reproduction
Reproduction: reproduction in digital format
Production technique: UV direct printing (digital print)
Production: produced in Germany
Stock type: production on demand
Intended usage: home décor, wall decoration
Alignment: landscape format
Image ratio: length to width 1.4 : 1
Aspect ratio interpretation: the length is 40% longer than the width
Available product materials: poster print (canvas paper), metal print (aluminium dibond), canvas print, acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) options: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating): 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Poster print (canvas paper) sizes: 70x50cm - 28x20"
Aluminium print size options: 70x50cm - 28x20", 140x100cm - 55x39"
Frame: unframed product

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