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").

The Jack Daulton Collection, Symbolismus, contains one of the world's largest collection of works by Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl.

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)

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


pastel on paper

circa 1912

47,5 x 33 cm

The Daulton Collection

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:
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The Daulton Collection
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