Andreas Andresen - Andreas Andresen

Andreas Andresen

Andreas Andresen (born November 14, 1828 [1] in Loit ; † May 1, 1871 in Leipzig ) was a German art historian and art dealer specializing in engraving .


Andresen was born in Loit, Schleswig-Holstein, in the fishing region and studied in Kiel , Berlin , Bonn and Munich . He volunteered in 1848 to take part in the Schleswig-Holstein uprising against Denmark . In 1857 he was appointed to the Germanic Museum in Nuremberg by Hans von und zu Aufseß , where he worked until 1862. Then he went to Leipzig to " Rudolph Weigel art and bookstore", where he was in charge ofNaumann's archive for the drawing arts [2] and the processing of Weigel's auction catalogs took over. After Weigel's death, he took over in October 1867, initially in charge of art and bookstore [3] and was on January 1, 1870 the owners. However, he died surprisingly of smallpox in 1871. He was married and had two children. [5] [6] His collection of copper engravings was auctioned in December 1873 by the "Art Dealer CG Börner ". The “Rud. Weigel Kunsthandlung “was not continued.


As an author
  • Nicolaus Poussin. List of the copper engravings made at the same time and later based on his paintings etc. Verlag von Rudolph Weigel, Leipzig 1863.
  • The German peintre engraver or the painter as copperplate engraver from the last third of the 16th century to the end of the 18th century; following Bartsch’s Peintre-Graveur, [7] to Robert-Dumesnil’s [8] and Prosper de Baudicour's French Peintre-Engrave [9] . 3 volumes, published by Rudolph Weigel, Leipzig 1864–1866, 5 volumes, Alexander Danz, Leipzig 1872–1878
  • The German painter's erasers of the 19th century. According to their lives and works. 4 volumes, Rudolph Weigel, Leipzig 1866–70; Volume 5 continued by Joseph Eduard Wessely .
as an editor
  • Joseph Heller : Handbook for copper engravers or lexicon of engravers, painter-etchers and form-cutters of all countries and schools according to their most valued works. (Third edition), TO Weigel, Leipzig 1870 ( digitized version ).


Individual evidence

  1. CG Boerner (Ed.): Catalog names 1830 as the year of birth.
  2. Robert Naumann (Ed.), Rudolph Weigel: Archive for the drawing arts with special reference to the art of engraving and woodcutting and their history , 16 vols., Rudolph Weigel, Leipzig 1855-1870, ZDB -ID 2763903-4 .
  3. Börsenblatt für den Deutschen Buchhandel Leipzig, 34th vol., 2nd vol., P. 2931, digitizedhttp://vorlage_digitalisat.test/1%3D~GB%3D~IA%3D~MDZ%3D%0A10528285~SZ%3D1317~doppelseitig%3D~LT%3D~PUR%3D .
  4. ^ Börsenblatt für den deutschen Buchhandel Leipzig, 37th vol., 1st vol., P. 462 (advertisement of the sale of the "Rud. Weigel Kunsthandlung" to Andresen), digitizedhttp://vorlage_digitalisat.test/1%3D~GB%3DSMREAAAAcAAJ~IA%3D~MDZ%3D%0A~SZ%3DPA462~doppelseitig%3D~LT%3D~PUR%3D
  5. ^ E. Sieck, U. Brodersen: To the history of the village Loit . Ed .: Municipality of Loit. Printing and publishing house Husum, 1993.
  6. ^ Berthold Hamer: Biographies of the fishing landscape . Husum Printing and Publishing Company, ISBN 978-3-89876-339-4 .
  7. Le peintre graveur , 21 volumes, Vienna, 1802–1821.
  8. The French Painter-Printmaker , 11 Bände, 1835–1871.
  9. ^ The French painter-engraver continued , 2 Bände, Paris 1859–1861.


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