Franz Robaud - Werkverzeichnis

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1856 Odessa - 1928 Munich

Title: Franz Robaud - Catalogue raisonné.
After the publication of these standard works of Modern Art, with Franz Roubaud we now devote ourselves to a significant artist of the 19th century. This era traditionally is an important emphasis at the auction house VAN HAM.

Franz Roubaud's position in the art world during his lifetime becomes clear not only by his prominent patrons like Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria as well as the czars Alexander III. and Nikolaus II. In recognition to his exceptional work, he was appointed professor in St. Petersberg and Munich, the centre of his life. His popularity is based both on his cycle of paintigs regarding the Caucasian Wars and on his three large-size panoramas. One of those shows the Battle of Borodino in 1812, which Roubaud painted for the 100th anniversary of his native land's war. With this catalogue raisonné, VAN HAM Art Publications celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Russian liberation and the reopening of the Museum "Battle of Borodino" in Mosow.

The authors already wrote two catalogues raisonné about Russian artists with western sphere of influence, so that a publication in English and Russian made sense. Besides the detailed biography, Olga Sugrobova Roth examines Roubauds work from a modern perspective. So the present catalogue raisonné by Olga Sugrobova-Roth and Eckart Lingenauber is the only and complete compendium and serves collectors, art lovers and the art market as a reliable reference book at the same time.

Ed. Markus Eisenbeis
Englisch / Russian
304 pages lavishly illustrated

ISBN: 978-3-9815510-0-6.

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VAN HAM Art Store
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