Template:Selbstbildnis mit Augenschirm by Anton Graff

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Anton Graff  (1736–1813) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q310213
Anton Graff
Description Swiss portrait painter
Date of birth/death
Location of birth/death Winterthur Dresden
Work location Dresden, Augsburg, Munich, Berlin, Regensburg, Zurich, Winterthur
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German: Selbstbildnis mit Augenschirm
Self-Portrait with Eye-shade

Alternative titles:
German: Selbstporträt mit dem grünen Augenschirm
Self-Portrait with green Eye-shade

Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 65 × 51 cm (25.6 × 20.1 in)
Alte Nationalgalerie Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q162111
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Native name Alte Nationalgalerie
Location Berlin
Coordinates 52° 31′ 15″ N, 13° 23′ 53″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Website www.smb.museum
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room 3.03
Accession number A I 406
Object history : purchased by the Nationalgalerie, Berlin, from Kunsthalle Börner, Leipzig
Inscriptions Monogram and date verso: AG pinx 1813 [AG painted it, 1813]
Source/Photographer Unknown
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