Artist: Szerelmey Miklós 1803-1875
Size 33 x 25 cm
Holy Roman Emperor from August 1765 and sole ruler of the Habsburg lands from November 1780 until his death. He was the eldest son of Empress Maria Theresa and her husband, Emperor Francis I, and the brother of Marie Antoinette, Maria Carolina of Austria and Maria Amalia, Duchess of Parma.
Artist Martin Engelbrecht 1684-1756
Engraver: Christian Wilhelm Engelbrecht
Size 29 x 18 cm
Count von Tattenbach, was governor of Styria, owned several dominions in what is now Slovenia, which was then called Lower Styria , and also owned properties in Silesia. He is described as weak in character, naive and complacent. Speculating on personal gain, he conspired with the anti-Habsburg Croatian and Hungarian magnates from 1667 in the magnate conspiracy. Betrayed by his own valet, he was arrested in the course of crushing the uprising and found guilty of high treason. As a result, a large part of his possessions was confiscated and on December 1, 1671 he was executed in front of the Graz town hall . The County of Reinstein, a fiefdom that also belonged to Tattenbach, then reverted to the Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg .
Engraver Sigmund Gabriel Hipschmann 1639-1679
size 27 x 19 cms
Rare early engraving
Size 30 x 25 cm
Stephanus Comes illésházy de Eadem
Size 30 x 25 cm
Charles VI on horseback, with a view of Vienna
(born Oct. 1, 1685, Vienna, Austria—died Oct. 20, 1740, Vienna), Holy Roman emperor from 1711 and, as Charles III, archduke of Austria and king of Hungary. … From 1704 to 1711 he attempted to impose his rule but succeeded only in Catalonia
Engraver Johann Conrad Reiff (d.1726)
49 x 39 cm inc margin
Leopold Karl von Kollonitsch, also spelt Collonicz, Colonitz, Kollonitz,Kolonits, and Kolonić, called in Hungarian Kollonich Lipót 1631-1707, was a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church, Archbishop of Kalocsa and later of Gran, or Esztergom, and Primate of Hungary. Also a count of the Holy Roman Empire, he was a leading figure of the Hungarian Counter-reformation.
As an imperial minister, Kollonitsch was responsible for reorganizing the new Hungarian territories conquered from the Ottoman Empire and later ceded at the Treaty of Karlowitz. He was said to have gained over one hundred thousand converts to Rome from Orthodox Christianity.
Subject gender: Male
Artist: Christoph Weigel the Elder 1654-1725
Size 30 x 19 cms