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Hambach Johan-Michael (late XVII)

A German painter, master of still life. In 1673 he became a member of the guild of painters, in 1683 - its chief. The name of the artist is mentioned in connection with the social unrest in 1686 in Cologne, which was led by the N. Golikh. The most common motifs of the masters still lives were so-called "covered tables", as well as images of war trophies and weapons. His works are kept in the Wallraf-Richartz Museum (Cologne), in Schleissheim Art Gallery (Munich).

Painters works:

Auction 5 Lot 150

«Still Life with shrimps and crayfish on a silver plate», late 17thC
wood, oil; 35,546,5

Price: 25 000 40000 $