Constantin Daniel Stahi

(November 14, 1844 - June 18, 1920) was a Romanian painter and gravure artist. In 1862 he entered the National School of Fine Arts from Iaşi where he was taught by Gheorghe Panaiteanu Bardasare and Gheorghe Şiller. He continued his artistic education in Munich where, for seven years, he studied painting, metal gravure and xylography. He painted still life paintings representing small objects that were surrounding him, such as old books, newspapers, religious items, chairs, shoes, plates and especially fruits. Also, he painted many portraits of famous people of his time (for example Gheorghe Asachi, painted in 1881). Many others of his paintings take inspiration from the simple life in the countryside in idyllic compositions and by painting peasants having as models people living in Bavaria and Moldova regions. Beside his artistic career, he was a professor and, later on, the headmaster of the National School of Fine Arts in Iaşi between 1892 and 1902, following Gheorghe Panaiteanu Bardasare. He died in his house on Bărboi street in Iaşi on June 18, 1920 and was interred at Eternitatea Cemetery.

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Constantin Daniel Stahi Natura moarta oil painting


Natura moarta
Painting ID::  83299
Artist: Constantin Daniel Stahi
Painting: Natura moarta
Introduction: Natură moartă - Apă sfinţită (Holy water) - oil on canvas - 60 x 75 cm - Muzeul Naţional de Artă Date 1882(1882) cjr
   
   
     

Constantin Daniel Stahi patru felii pe platou oil painting


patru felii pe platou
Painting ID::  90806
Artist: Constantin Daniel Stahi
Painting: patru felii pe platou
Introduction: 1907(1907) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 27.5 x 51 cm (10.8 x 20.1 in) cyf
   
   
     

Constantin Daniel Stahi Holy water oil painting


Holy water
Painting ID::  97233
Artist: Constantin Daniel Stahi
Painting: Holy water
Introduction: oil on canvas - 60 x 75 cm - Muzeul Naţional de Arta Date 1882(1882) cyf
   
   
     

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     (November 14, 1844 - June 18, 1920) was a Romanian painter and gravure artist. In 1862 he entered the National School of Fine Arts from Iaşi where he was taught by Gheorghe Panaiteanu Bardasare and Gheorghe Şiller. He continued his artistic education in Munich where, for seven years, he studied painting, metal gravure and xylography. He painted still life paintings representing small objects that were surrounding him, such as old books, newspapers, religious items, chairs, shoes, plates and especially fruits. Also, he painted many portraits of famous people of his time (for example Gheorghe Asachi, painted in 1881). Many others of his paintings take inspiration from the simple life in the countryside in idyllic compositions and by painting peasants having as models people living in Bavaria and Moldova regions. Beside his artistic career, he was a professor and, later on, the headmaster of the National School of Fine Arts in Iaşi between 1892 and 1902, following Gheorghe Panaiteanu Bardasare. He died in his house on Bărboi street in Iaşi on June 18, 1920 and was interred at Eternitatea Cemetery.