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Johann Daniel Preissler (German, 1666-1737)
Artist: (after) Johann Daniel Preissler (German, 1666-1737)
Engraved by: Johann Balthasar Probst (German, 1673-1750)
Title: "Aurora sive Tempus Matutinum; Der Wohl und Übel angewandte Morgen (Dawn or Morning Time; The Morning Used for Better or For Worse)"
Portfolio: Die Vier Tageszeiten (The Four Times of Day)
*Extremely rare
Year: 1723
Medium: Original Etching and Engraving
Limited edition: Unknown
Sheet size: 22.57" x 16.38"
Image size: 17.75" x 14"
Reference: Le Blanc No. 255, 38; Nagler No. 23
Price: $900
Johann Daniel Preissler, or Preisler (1666–1737) was a German painter and director of Nuremberg's Academy of Fine Arts. He was a notable member of a German artistic family, originating in Bohemia. His children included Johann Justin Preissler (1698–1771), Georg Martin Preisler (1700–1754), Barbara Helena Preisler (1707–1758; married to Oeding), Johan Martin Preisler (1715–1794), and Valentin Daniel Preisler (1717–1765), all in their time renowned artists. Most notable for his portraits, nudes and history paintings, Johann Daniel Preissler also produced drawings and frescoes. He was particularly known beyond his native Nuremberg for his "Die durch Theorie erfundene Practic", a sequence of works on art theory – the individual works were translated into several other languages and served as textbooks for students such as the Swiss Salomon Gessner right up until the 19th century. By the time of his death in 1737, Johann Caspar Füssli spoke of Preissler and Jan Kupecky as the two most famous Nuremberg artists of the early 18th century.
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Artist: (after) Johann Daniel Preissler (German, 1666-1737)
Engraved by: Johann Balthasar Probst (German, 1673-1750)
Title: "Meridies; Der Mittag (Noon; The Midday)"
Portfolio: Die Vier Tageszeiten (The Four Times of Day)
*Extremely rare
Year: 1723
Medium: Original Etching and Engraving
Limited edition: Unknown
Sheet size: 22.5" x 16.32"
Image size: 18.13" x 14.32"
Reference: Le Blanc No. 255, 38; Nagler No. 23
Price: $900
Artist: (after) Johann Daniel Preissler (German, 1666-1737)
Engraved by: Johann Balthasar Probst (German, 1673-1750)
Title: "Vespera; Der Abend (Evening; The Evening)"
Portfolio: Die Vier Tageszeiten (The Four Times of Day)
*Extremely rare
Year: 1723
Medium: Original Etching and Engraving
Limited edition: Unknown
Sheet size: 22.5" x 16.63"
Image size: 17.38" x 13.63"
Reference: Le Blanc No. 255, 38; Nagler No. 23
Price: $900