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Franz Hoepfner
1853 - 1893

Franz Hoepfner (1853-1893), moved to England after serving in the Franco-Prussian war.
After marrying in Bristol in 1879, he moved to and settled on The Isle of Man. He completed and exhibited a series if Manx
views, whilst therey.
By the time of his death he was living in Liverpool. He was known for his volatile personality and for carrying a revolver. He
was arrested after challenging a doctor to a duel (he considered him responsible for the death of his wife). Shortly after, he
commited suicide.
He is best known for his atmospheric oil paintings and large scale Manx landscapes.

Skating Scene by Franz Hoepfner

Skating Scene (c1880)

Oil on board

19cm x 29cm (7.5" x 11.4")

295.00 GBP

Signed

Original Frame. Little damage to corner of frame. Framed size 36 x 46 cm

Stock No. 347

Skating scene by Franz Hoepfner

Skating scene (c1880)

Oil on board

19cm x 29cm (7.5" x 11.4")

295.00 GBP

Signed

Original Frame.

Stock No. 347

Ships in a swell by Franz Hoepfner

Ships in a swell (c1880)

Oil on board

19cm x 29cm (7.5" x 11.4")

295.00 GBP

Signed

Original Frame.

Stock No. 346

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