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Johann Konrad Hottinger (Vienna 1788-1828 Lenzburg)

A River Landscape with a Horse and Rider and Herdsmen

Signed ‘J.K. Hottinger fec’ and dated ‘1804’
Pencil, pen and black ink, watercolour, pen and black ink framing lines, within a yellow border
393 x 507 mm. (15˝ x 20 in.)

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He was a pupil of Leendert Overbeek (1752-Haarlem 1815), in Rome. He was a member of the Society of Saint Luke. He worked in Vienna and Munich.
Pforr, Overbeek, Hottinger and other artists shared a dislike for the academy in Vienna, and from 1806 met regularly to discuss reform.