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STEINLE Edward Jakob von (b. 1810, Wien, d. 1886, Frankfurt) Nationality : Austrian

Austrian painter. He studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste in Vienna from 1823, where he was taught by Vincenz Georg Kininger and Leopold Kupelwieser. His training under the latter had a lasting influence on his work, for it was during this period (1826-28) that he learnt about Italian painting of the Quattrocento. In 1828 he went to Rome, where he joined the Nazarenes (Philipp Veit, Friedrich Overbeck and Joseph Fuhrich). He sketched a Visitation, and an Annunciation for the church of Trinita dei Monti in Rome; these were painted as frescoes by his friend Josef Tunner. He worked with Overbeck on the Portiuncula Chapel in Assisi.

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