Karl Kaufmann Leo Perla Oil Painting Harbor

Karl Kaufmann “Leo Perla” (Austrian, 1843-1902). Oil on canvas painting depicting boats in a harbor lit by the evening sun. Signed Leo Perla along the lower right. Kaufmann was a student of the Vienna Academy and studied throughout Europe, travelling to Norway, Holland, Germany, and often Italy. He was known for signing his works with a variety of aliases throughout his life including but not limited to: Byon, H. Carnier, W. Carnier, F. Gilbert, O. Halm, C. Charpentier, J. Holmstedt, Charles Marchand, R. Merkner, B. Lambert, E. Leutner, M. Heger, Hobart, L. van Howe / van Hove, R. Jager, Laarsen, Lundberg, F. Marchant, J. Marchant, C. Poul, F. Rodek, J. Rollin, Taupiac, L. Voigt and R. Benda. Sight; height: 18 1/2 in x width: 27 in. Framed; height: 38 in x width: 29 in.