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Le Petit Salon - Winterhalter in Menzenschwand - "Bildnis Justina Winterhalter (1793-1867)" (museum-digital:baden-württemberg)
Le Petit Salon - Winterhalter in Menzenschwand [o. Inv.]

Bildnis Justina Winterhalter (1793-1867)

Bildnis Justina Maier, geb. Winterhalter (1793-1867) (Le Petit Salon - Winterhalter in Menzenschwand CC BY-NC-SA)


Brustbild von Justina Winterhalter (geb. 13. Jan. 1793 in Menzenschwand, gest. 1. Juli 1867 ebd.), der älteren Schwester der Brüder Franz Xaver und Hermann Winterhalter, in Hotzenwälder Tracht. Justina heiratete im Jahr 1823 Hieronimus Maier (geb. am 22. April 1794 in Menzenschwand, gest. am 25. April 1838 ebd.), den Adlerwirt aus dem Vorderdorf von Menzenwand.

Das Blatt ist eine Dauerleihgabe aus Privatbesitz.


Bleistift und Wasserfarben auf Papier


H 14,5 cm; B 11 cm

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