Franz Altmutter (1746-1817)

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Altmutter painting, Andreas Hofers 1809

Andreas Hofers 1809

Franz Altmutter was an 18th century Austrain painter. He was born in Vienna and was the father of Jakob Placidus Altmutter. His style was typical of the late baroque period, and art historians believe that he was influenced by Troger.

Still wondering about a baroque-style Austrian portrait in your family collection? Contact us…it could be by Franz Altmutter.