Franz Christoph Janneck
Franz Christoph Janneck (born October 3, 1703 Graz; † January 13, 1761 in Mariahilf, today Vienna, 6th District, Mariahilfer Strasse 41) was a master of fine painting of the Baroque.
Franz Christoph Janneck moved to the training in Graz in 1726 to Vienna and became a student of the newly established court painter Jacob van Schuppen in 1725 "Kk Court Academy of Painters, Sculptors and architecture", today's Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. In Frankfurt, he later went on his studies.
On June 26, 1736 he married in St. Ulrich Annamaria Cantonin, daughter of the painter Franz Canton and Maria Elisabeth. Witnesses were the imperial chamber sculptor Franz Joseph Lenzenbauer that fellow painter Joseph Orient and Jacob Parbentz.
He took over as head of a special school of painting at the Vienna Academy, where he was rector 1752-1754. He was followed to 1757 Paul Troger.
High altar of the church Kaiserstein Brucher
The four surviving altars of Kaiserstein Brucher church were robbed by the events of war and the subsequent occupation period (1939-1955) all jewelry and all images. In Cathedral and Diocesan Museum of the Archdiocese of Vienna, the paintings Holy Family was (270 × 165 cm), painted by Franz Christoph Janneck 1750, its origins and owners were not known. Mrs. Sarolta Schredl, former museum director could be a transfer to Kaisersteinbruch imagine and Cardinal Hans Hermann Groër granted permission to install this permanent loan to the baroque Kaiserstein Brucher high altar. When mounting on 11 June 1992 it was found that the dimensions of the image with the specified stone frame of the altar as well as match.
The city of Vienna honors the artist by the Janneckgasse in the 13th district, in Lainz, settlement Locker meadow.
Franz Christoph Janneck dominated the Cabinet, miniature and genre painting, as well as religious subjects, landscapes and portraits.
Some of his works can be found in the Old Gallery of the Graz Joanneum Universal Museum in Schloss Eggenberg, the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, in the Austrian Gallery in the Belvedere Palace and in Schottenstift in Vienna as well as the Louvre in Paris.
The Residence Gallery in Salzburg organized in 1996 into a baroque feast Give me your hand, my life with pictures of Johann Georg Platzer and Christoph Franz Janneck.
Outdoor entertainment with dancing, circa 1740, oil on panel, 41 x 62 cm, Belvedere, Vienna
Outdoor entertainment with wine and song, circa 1740, oil on panel, 41 x 62 cm, Belvedere, Vienna
Self Portrait, circa 1740, oil on canvas, Wien Museum, Vienna
Constantin von Wurzbach: Janneck, Christoph Franz. In: Biographies of the Empire of Austria. Volume 10. Publisher LC Zamarski, Vienna 1863, p 81 f. (Digital copy).
Karl White: Janneck, Christoph Franz. In: General German Biography (ADB). Volume 13, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1881 S. 703rd
Kurt Woisetschläger: Janneck, Christoph Franz. In: New German Biography (NDB). Volume 10, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1974, ISBN 3-428-00191-5, S. 337 (digitized).
Felix Czeike, Historical Dictionary of Vienna, Vol 3, 1994. ISBN 3-218-00546-9
Austria Encyclopedia, Volume 1, Verlagsgemeinschaft Encyclopedia of Austria, 1995. ISBN 3-9500438-0-2
Helmuth Furch, Historical Dictionary Kaisersteinbruch, 2 vols Museum and Cultural Association Kaisersteinbruch 2002-2004.
Herbert Haupt, The Court and hofbefreite Craft Baroque Vienna 1620 to 1770. Research and contributions to Vienna's history. No. 46. Studies-Verlag, Innsbruck, Vienna, Bolzano 2007 ISBN 978-3-7065-4342-2.
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