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Source: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Seeman_Selbstportr%C3%A4t.jpg Wikipedia Commons]'']]     Enoch Seemann, Jr., born 1694, the son of [[Seemann, Enoch, Sr. (1661-?)|Enoch Seemann, Sr.]], was also a painter, specializing in still life. Some of his father's pictures have been erroneously ascribed to him; the subjects of the portraits were no longer living at Enoch's time. He became a well-known portraitist in London, where he painted several members of the royal family. A self-portrait hangs in the Dresden Art Gallery; it is reproduced in <em>Mennonite Life</em> for July 1949. He died in London in 1744.
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Enoch Seemann, Jr., born 1694, the son of [[Seemann, Enoch, Sr. (1661-?)|Enoch Seemann, Sr.]], was also a painter, specializing in still life. Some of his father's pictures have been erroneously ascribed to him; the subjects of the portraits were no longer living at Enoch's time. He became a well-known portraitist in London, where he painted several members of the royal family. A self-portrait hangs in the Dresden Art Gallery; it is reproduced in <em>Mennonite Life</em> for July 1949. He died in London in 1744.
 
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Cuny, Georg. "Die Maler Deneter und Seemann." <em class="gameo_bibliography">Milteilungen des Westpreussischen Geschichtsvereins</em> 12 (1913): 48-54.
 
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Muttray, Alfred. "Der Danziger Maler Enoch Seemann." <em class="gameo_bibliography">Milteilungen des Westpreussischen Geschichtsvereins</em> 14 (1917): 59-61.
 
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File:Seeman Selbstportraet.jpg
"Selbstporträt" by Enoch Seemann, Jr.
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Enoch Seemann, Jr., born 1694, the son of Enoch Seemann, Sr., was also a painter, specializing in still life. Some of his father's pictures have been erroneously ascribed to him; the subjects of the portraits were no longer living at Enoch's time. He became a well-known portraitist in London, where he painted several members of the royal family. A self-portrait hangs in the Dresden Art Gallery; it is reproduced in Mennonite Life for July 1949. He died in London in 1744.

Bibliography

Cuny, Georg. "Die Maler Deneter und Seemann." Milteilungen des Westpreussischen Geschichtsvereins 12 (1913): 48-54.

Hege, Christian and Christian Neff. Mennonitisches Lexikon, 4 vols. Frankfurt & Weierhof: Hege; Karlsruhe: Schneider, 1913-1967: v. IV, 145-146.

Kauenhoven, Kurt. "Mennonite Artists Danzig and Koenigsberg." Mennonite Life 4 (July 1949): 17.

Mannhardt, H. G. Die Danziger Mennoniten-Gemeinde. Danzig, 1919: 78.

Muttray, Alfred. "Der Danziger Maler Enoch Seemann." Milteilungen des Westpreussischen Geschichtsvereins 14 (1917): 59-61.


Author(s) Franz Harder
Date Published 1959


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Harder, Franz. "Seemann, Enoch, Jr. (1694-1744)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 2 Mar 2015. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Seemann,_Enoch,_Jr._(1694-1744)&oldid=123483.

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Harder, Franz. (1959). Seemann, Enoch, Jr. (1694-1744). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 2 March 2015, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Seemann,_Enoch,_Jr._(1694-1744)&oldid=123483.




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