[Portrait of Magdalena Lollbach, wife of Johann Georg Lollbach], 1869 / watercolour by Conrad Wagner

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[Portrait of Magdalena Lollbach, wife of Johann Georg Lollbach], 1869 / watercolour by Conrad Wagner

Call numbers

DG 415

Record identifier

nX6Oqg8Y

[Portrait of Magdalena Lollbach, wife of Johann Georg Lollbach], 1869 / watercolour by Conrad Wagner

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[Portrait of Magdalena Lollbach, wife of Johann Georg Lollbach], 1869 / watercolour by Conrad Wagner

Full title

[Portrait of Magdalena Lollbach, wife of Johann Georg Lollbach], 1869 / watercolour by Conrad Wagner

Date

1869

Call Numbers

DG 415

Record Identifier

nX6Oqg8Y
Physical Description

Contents

1 watercolour - 55 x 40 cm. - possibly over-painted photograph

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright : Creator died before 1955.

Please acknowledge: : Dixson Galleries, State Library of New South Wales

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Digitised

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Full title

[Portrait of Magdalena Lollbach, wife of Johann Georg Lollbach], 1869 / watercolour by Conrad Wagner

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

This portrait forms a pair with DG 414.

Digital order no:a928211

Signature / Inscriptions

Signed and dated "C. Wagner, 1869"

Description source

Titled supplied by family descendant Mrs H. Plowman, 1987. Portrait previously thought to be Mrs Jacob Lollbach, sister-in-law of Johann Georg Lollbach.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Mr A. D. Lollbach, 1970

Exhibited in

Faces of Australia: image, reality and the portrait.

Administrative / Biographical history

Magdalena Schliessman was born in 1812 at Kafertal in Germany. She married Johann Lollbach, a tailor, in 1835. They left Germany for Australia in 1852, where they were employed as general labourers and vine-dressers on Edward Ogilvies Yulgilbar station. Ogilvie had arranged with the Hamburg Consul in Sydney to recruit German workers, particularly v...

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Call Numbers

DG 415

Record Identifier

nX6Oqg8Y

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446319

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