Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl

Studies for "Sic Transit..."

circa 1912

various media


 

Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)


Study for the central panel ("Solitary Rome") of the five-panel polyptych "Sic Transit..." of 1912


oil on canvas

circa 1912

46 x 36 cm


This oil study has sometimes been called "Apparition," and also known as "Nächtliche Erscheinung" ("Night Appearance").

Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)

Study for the central panel ("Solitary Rome") of the five-panel polyptych "Sic Transit..."


oil on board

circa 1912

60 x 34 cm

The Daulton Collection

For a closely-related study in charcoal and pastel, see Adolf Hiremy Hirschl: Disegni, Acquerelli e Pastelli (Rome: Galleria Carlo Virgilio, 1981), cat. no. 141 (illustration at Tav. XL).

Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)


Personification of Pestilence, a study for the far-right panel of the five-panel polyptych "Sic Transit..." of 1912


chalk on blue paper

47.5 x 30.5 cm

circa 1912

The Daulton Collection

 

Literature:

 

Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl, 1860-1933.  London: Mathiessen Fine Art Ltd., 1987.  Cat. no. 34.

Contact:
Jack Daulton
The Daulton Collection
Los Altos Hills, California
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