Anton Romako

1832-1889 Austria/Realism

 

Brief Biography-Anton Romako was born in Vienna in 1832. He studied in Vienna at the Academy of Fine Arts and later privately with Carl Rahl. He then went to Spain and Italy and spent most of his time in Rome, having considerable success with genre scenes. He also did portraiture in London for a brief period in 1873. He visited Paris in 1878, after which he retired to Vienna, and in 1882, he received the Legion of Honour. Anton Romako sadly died in relative poverty in 1889.

 

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Admiral
Tegetthoff

Admiral Tegetthoff in the Battle of Lissa Two

At the
Waterfall

At the Waterfall


Blowing
Bubbles

Children Blowing Bubbles

A
Woman

A Woman

Romako's
Daughter

Mathilde

Fishing
Child

Italian Fishing Child

Neapolitan
Tavern

Neapolitan Tavern

Collecting
Twigs

Children Collecting Twigs

Portrait of
Empress Elisabeth

Portrait of Empress Elisabeth