Joseph Karl Stieler

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English: Joseph Karl Stieler (November 1, 1781 – April 9, 1858) was a German painter. Born in Mainz to a family of engravers and die-cutters, Stieler received some artistic training from his father, August Friedrich Stieler (1736–1789). Stieler began his career as a painter of miniatures. His portrait style was most especially shaped during his work in the Parisian atelier of François Gérard, a student of Jacques-Louis David.

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Gallery of beauties[edit]

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