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Fedeler, Carl Justus (German, 1837-1897) - Oilpaintings on canvas
Lived and worked in Bremen, Germany.
Seascapes and Ship Portraits of Sailing Vessels, mainly from Germany
His Ship Portraits are starting at Euro 2.000 (Continental Europe) or $ 2,000 (in the USA). Prices depend on subject, size, date, quality and condition. Please send us an e-mail to receive an exact offer for your work by this artist (free of charge for persons considering to sell their painting).
The son of C.J.H. Fedeler, who was trained by his father and therefore adopted his style, which he developped further in his marine paintings. In his ship portraits he kept to tradition. His masterly execution and his artistic quality do make him his father´s son. Information about the artist and his oeuvre can also be found in our book "Ship Portrait Artists".
The FineArtEmporium is interested in the direct purchase of fine works by this artist and can pay a good price. Please refer to our page "Contact" and send an e-mail to with the information requested there. You will receive an answer usually within 48-72 hours (up to a week in rare cases).

Examples of pictures by the artist:

Fedeler, Carl Justus
Known works in Private Collections and in the Art Trade - Fine Art Emporium World Register of Ship Portraits

*Anna Howitz* 1862 The German barque under sail in a light swell 65 x 92 cm signed and dated Private Collection Northern Germany

Image of Fedeler Painting

Ship Portrait of the German full-rigged Ship EUROPA of Bremen, 1868 or 1869 the vessel under full sail off an unidentified Island, a rowing boat in the forground, the Bark UNION of Bremen in the background - Oil on canvas 67 x 102 cm (26 3/8 x 40 1/8 in.) signed "C. Fedeler" and indistincly dated The Werder Collection, Germany

Note: More information about the history of the Ship *Europa* and the Bark *Union* are available (in German language) on the page with the enlarged picture. Click on the image to enlarge the picture. Photo Copyright of the image is with the Werder Collection.

*Gustav* The German Barque of Bremen under the red and white ensign with shortened sails in a light swell size unknown to us signed "Fedeler" and indistinctly dated 1860? good condition - Private Collection Northern Germany

Carl Justus Fedeler (German, 1837-1897), attributed to - Portrait of the full-rigged Ship MALVINA VIDAL The vessel of Hamburg off Cuxhaven with Alte Liebe, rowing boat - Oil on canvas 65 x 85 cm (25 1/2 x 33 1/2 in.) unsigned, but well attributed to Fedeler - The Werder Collection, Germany

Note: The Ship *Malvina Vidal* was built in 1852 at the R.C. Rickmers shipyard Bremerhaven for the shipping company Roß, Vidal & Co in Hamburg. The Captains were C.F.W. Jachtmann 1852-56, J.P. Ketels 1856-59 and J.L. Kessal 1859-69. Roß, Vidal & Co were sailing the route to Batavia and operated in the mid-fifties also a parcel and passenger service to Sidney. MALVINA VIDAL was sold to the shipping company Hess, Hamburg in 1870.

*Marcelo* 1866 The Danish barque in a light swell off Heligoland 62 x 92 cm signed and dated Private Collection Northern Germany

*Molocka* 1860 Portrait of the American full-rigged Ship 70 x 97 cm signed and dated - Private Collection United States of America

*Semiramis* Portrait of the American full-rigged Ship 79 x 126 cm signed - Private Collection United States of America

Note: We have to thank on this occassion a mayor connoisseur and collector in NYC for information about two Carl Justus Fedeler pictures listed above.


Please note, that we have no photos or additional information about the above ship(s) or painting(s). The paintings are only shown as examples of works by the artist and are NOT for sale. If you are interested to check paintings available for purchase please refer to our For Sale Category. Thank you

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