Bogner-Fröhlich, Barbara

BORN c30 Aug 1797 - DIED 30 Jun 1878, Wien
BIRTH NAME Fröhlich, Barbara Franziska
GRAVE LOCATION Wien: Hietzinger Friedhof, Maxingstraße 15, Hietzing (Gruppe 07, Nummer 53 (Ehrengrab))

Barbara Fröhlich was the second of the four Fröhlich sisters. She was multi-talented and played the piano and the violin, was an execellent singer and also a painter of miniatures. From an early age she sang with heer sister Anna in the musical circles of Vienna. Like her family she was friendly with Franz Schubert and Franz Grillparzer.

In 1816 she debuted as a singer at the Theater an der Wien in F.A. Boieldieu's opera "Johann von Paris". Although she was successful as a singer, she chose to be educated as a painter and a drawing teacher. Moritz Michael Daffinger was her teacher. During the 1820s she exhibited her works several times in Vienna. She married the flutist Ferdinand Bogner (1786-1846) in 1825. Their son Wilhem was born on 19/08/1826. Ferdinand Bogner died in 1846 and on 25/05/1848 her son died as well. Barbara herself died in 1878 of 1879 in vienna.

Related persons
• is brother/sister of Fröhlich, Anna
• is brother/sister of Fröhlich, Josefine
• is brother/sister of Fröhlich, Katharina
• was a friend of Grillparzer, Franz


The grave of Katharina Fröhlich at the Hietzing Cemetery in Vienna.
Picture by androom (15 Aug 2006)


Profil. Barbara Fröhlich (verh. Bogner) hielt sich zumindest be- Barbara Fröhlich Geburtsname: Barbara Franziska Fröhlich Ehename: Barbara Bogner - PDF Free Download

Böhm, Carlo

Published: 25 Nov 2021
Last update: 25 Jan 2022