chalk drawing view castle Stolzenfels Rhine Germany chapel nineteenth landscape

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Chalk Drawing representing a view of the castle * Stolzenfels on the Rhine in Germany, with the village in the foreground and some boats on the river, XIXth century.

This drawing is in good condition. It is pasted on a sheet of paper. It is not signed but comes from the same set of drawings and watercolors (sketchbooks) an amateur painter of the nineteenth century. It is annotated below.

A note: slight blemishes and jaunissures on paper, test of time, see photos.

We put many other drawings and watercolors by the painter for sale on this site.


* Castle Stolzenfels

is a neo-Gothic castle which is located on the left bank of the Rhine near the city of Koblenz in Germany. A first castle was built by the Prince Bishop of Trier, Arnaud Isembourg, between 1242 and 1259 for the collection of customs duties to the electorate of Trier. It stands opposite the castle Lahneck, the side of the Lahn, which was used for the granting and the customs territory of the Electorate of Mainz.

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  • Dimensions support 33,8 cm x 27 cm dessin 28,5 cm x 19,3 cm