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01 Paintings of the Canals of Venice by the artists of their time, with foot notes. #39

Antonietta Brandeis, MISKOVICE 1849 - 1926 FLORENCE,  VENICE, A VIEW OF THE LAGOON Oil on panel 5 3/4  by 9 5/8  in.; 14.6 by 24.5 cm. Private collection
Antonietta Brandeis (also known as Antonie Brandeisova and Antonio Brandeis) (1848–1926), was a Czech-born Italian landscape, genre and portrait painter, as well as a painter of religious subjects for altarpieces.
She was born in Miskovice in Eastern Europe. The first bibliographical indication of Antonietta Brandeis dates from her teens, when she is mentioned as a pupil of the Czech artist Karel Javurek of Prague. After the death of Brandeis' father, her mother, Giuseppina Dravhozvall, married the Venetian Giovanni Nobile Scaramella; shortly afterward the family apparently moved to Venice.
In the 1867 registry of the Venetian Academy of Fine Arts, Brandeis is listed as being enrolled as an art student. At this time, Brandeis would have been nineteen, and one of the first females to receive academic instruction in the fine arts in Italy…

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