Art by Wolf von Bibra

Wolfgang Freiherr von Bibra (1862-1922)

In service with the Austrian cavalry, he moved to New York with his young bride and young daughter about 1888. He supported himself and his family poorly with what was a hobby. Barely squeaking by, however, his painting and sketches can be of high quality and of great interest to me but have had little value commercially to date.

Wolf von Bibra

Self-portrait

Undergoing major restoration to repair water damage and overpainting 2019-2021
His page to remember Brennhausen, Waltershausen & Irmelshausen
Memory book page (left)
Memory page (right)
Waltershausen, his mother’s home
Waltershausen, his mother’s home
Burg Bibra – tower
Irmelshausen entrance
Mother’s Grave – Unteressfeld
Painting of his mother

Learn about a Wolf von Bibra painting restoration.
Check out the Wolf von Bibra family reunion in July 2006.

The images below are Bibra related.

These are also works by Wolf von Bibra but are non-Bibra related.

Two young angels used by a project working with families with newborns
Sketch by Wolf von Bibra around 1900.

Mayor of Jersey City, Edward Hoos, by Wolf von Bibra

sold at auction for $300 2004
Ernst von Bibra
Ernst von Bibra
Wolf’s first cousin von Waltershausen
Leonie Marie von Bibra
Leonie von Bibra – sister
Very large painting of Roland blowing his horn, taken to Brennhausen
Ann von Bibra – daughter

Message to a John Kanzler: Your message with your phone number was cut off so I have no way of contacting you about the painting information. Please email (bibra@compuserve.com) or call back the number you used before. October 2009