My cart
No Items
» » » Still Lifes by Johann Rudolf Feyerabend Called Lelong

Still Lifes by Johann Rudolf Feyerabend Called Lelong

Reference - 2769

Set of five still lifes by Johann Rudolf Feyerabend called Lelong, in Dutch painting style. Early 19th century period.

11 300€
Contact Us

Add to cart

Share :
Rating:0 review

Five still lifes depicting various kitchenware and decorative objects on a stone entablature in Dutch masters style. They are composed of flowery vases, bottles, glasses, vegetables, coffee service, birdcage, book, jug... A still life features a score and musical instruments. By the School of Johann Rudolf FEYERABEND. 19th century period.


Wooden and gilded stucco frames highlighted with palmettes and floral motifs.


Gouache on cardboard.

Dim. without frame : W:23cm, H:17cm.

Dim. with frame: H:26cm, W:32cm, D:3,5cm./W: 12,6 in - D: 1,4in - H: 10,2in.

Circa :1810

Condition Report

In overall very good condition. The frames with light wear consistent with age and use.


Johann Rudolf Feyerabend (Basel, 1779-Basel, 1814), known as Lelong, is a Swiss portrait and still life painter. He spent some time in Caen, France, where he used the pseudonym Lelong. Feyerabend painted small gouaches on paper and decorative still lifes, composed of vases, baskets of flowers, glasses, wine bottles, fruit bowls, musical instruments and kitchenware.


Johann Rudolf Feyerabend (1779-1814) dit Lelong, Le Magazine de Proantic, 26 avril, 2018.

Back to top

Reviews about this Still Lifes by Johann Rudolf Feyerabend Called Lelong (0 reviews)

There is no review for this item, add the first one.
[Add your review]
Back to top