JOHAN ABRAHAM ALEANDER - TROMPE L'OEIL

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JOHAN ABRAHAM ALEANDER (1766-1853)

TROMPE L'OEIL WITH BIRDS AND FRUITS

oil on canvas (relined) 
45 x 65 cm
comes with a beautiful frame

PROVENANCE:
Bukowskis, auction 552, May 26 2009, lot no 245.

EXHIBITED:
Stockholm Design Week 2019, ”SIE WOHNEN HIER” The exhibition was curated by Magniberg, an internationally acclaimed design group.

 

INTRODUCTION

Johan Abraham Aleander was a student (1784-1793) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm, received six medals, including the major medal in 1791 and 1793. Aleander is especially known for his drawings of Swedish army uniforms during the first half of the 19th century; he is also known for his landscape paintings, ornaments drawings and sketches of flowers. Trompe l'oeil  is a French expression, meaning "deceives the eye,"  In art, the term Trompe l'oeil refers to the technique of visual illusion, whereby the eye of the viewer is deceived into thinking that a painting is a three-dimensional object, rather than a two-dimensional representation of it. 

 

 

 

 

Interior photo: Residence Magazine Sweden. 

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JOHAN ABRAHAM ALEANDER - TROMPE L'OEIL
JOHAN ABRAHAM ALEANDER - TROMPE L'OEIL
Picture: Residence Magazine
JOHAN ABRAHAM ALEANDER - TROMPE L'OEIL
JOHAN ABRAHAM ALEANDER - TROMPE L'OEIL
Picture: Residence Magazine