· We welcome fair use of this content. Please credit the Leo Baeck Institute in your citation.
The Austrian poet, journalist and translator Betty Paoli was born as Barbara Elisabeth Glück in Vienna in 1815, the illegitimate daughter of Theresia Glück and a Hungarian nobleman. She worked as a seamstress to provide for herself and her mother, until she accepted a position as governess in the Kingdom of Poland. She studied languages and began writing poetry before returning to Vienna in 1835. She encompassed on her writing career, adopting the pseudonym "Paoli". Throughout her life, she was companion to various noblewomen. Betty Paoli died in Baden bei Wien in 1894.
Carl (Karl) Rahl (1812 – 1865) was an Austrian engraver and painter.
Reproductions and Permissions
We welcome fair use of this content. Please credit the Leo Baeck Institute in your citation. For usage policies and to request higher resolution images, see Reproductions and Permissions.
Rahl, Carl: Portrait of Betty Paoli, Leo Baeck Institute, 78.86.
Search for This Artist/Creator in the LBI Catalog
This will search DigiBaeck, a subset of the LBI Catalog concentrating on all of its digitized materials that are available online. The search will list all of LBI's digitized materials pertaining to this artist/creator, including artworks (described in the Griffinger Portal and more), archival collections, photographs, rare books, and periodicals.
Search for the Person Depicted Here in the LBI Catalog
This will search the complete LBI Catalog, including non-digitized and digitized materials. The Catalog will list all of LBI's holdings pertaining to the person depicted, including all artworks, archival collections, photographs, books, and periodicals.