Eugen von Blaas (1843-1931)

by Matthew Innis |

The artwork of Eugen von Blaas is certainly very familiar.  Anyone who has visited an auction of 19th century European art or looked through a catalog of the same such sales, has likely seen Blaas’ genre paintings of young Venetian beauties.  So common are his works that it almost seems a requisite that he be included…

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