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Ulrich Schmitt Castle Schachen Bavaria Germany King Ludwig II Art Photography
Located in Munich, DE
Ulrich Schmitt Castle Schachen Bavaria Germany King Ludwig II Art Photography King Ludwig II, known as the Fairytale King, had this castle build between 1869 and 1872 on Mount Scha...
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21st Century and Contemporary German Photography

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Ulrich Schmitt Castle Neuschwanstein Bavaria Germany Ludwig II Art Photography
Located in Munich, DE
Ulrich Schmitt, born in 1959, studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich (Academy of Fine Arts Munich) where he was a master student of Professor Gerd Winner from 19...
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21st Century and Contemporary German Photography

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Paper

Ulrich Schmitt Castle Neuschwanstein Ludwig II Bavaria Germany Art Photography
Located in Munich, DE
Ulrich Schmitt, born in 1959, studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich. (Academy of Fine Arts Munich) where he was a master student of Professor Gerd Winner from 1981-...
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21st Century and Contemporary German Photography

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Paper

Ulrich Schmitt Castle Schachen Bavaria Germany King Ludwig II Art Photography
Located in Munich, DE
Ulrich Schmitt Castle Schachen King Ludwig II Bavaria Romantic German Landscape Photography Ulrich Schmitt, born in 1959, studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich. (Ac...
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21st Century and Contemporary German Photography

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Paper

19th Century Bavarian Fallow of Ludwig II with Original Officer's Wappen
Located in Houston, TX
19th century Fallow Deer trophy attributed to Ludwig II of Bavaria on exquisitely hand-carved replacement plaque with Italian polychrome technique. Original wappen featuring the "L" ...
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Antique 19th Century German Black Forest Taxidermy

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Bone, Antler, Wood

19th Century Red Stag Trophy of Ludwig II of Bavaria with Original Hunt Horn
Located in Houston, TX
A truly extraordinary 19th century German red stag mounted on a exquisitely carved original Black Forest "Heroic Portrait" plaque (carved likeness in the plaque itself). Attached is ...
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Antique 19th Century German Black Forest Taxidermy

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Brass

Ludwig Sander - "Cherokee II" Painting
By Ludwig Sander
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This beautiful painting, entitled "Cherokee II", has four rectangular panels of varying shades. Painted by the world-renowned Ludwig Sander in 1965. Oil on canvas. Provenance availab...
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Vintage 1960s American Paintings

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More Than Ever, the Female Design Council Is Embracing Funked-Up Creativity

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In the 1960s and '70s, the hypnotic creations of Op artists went mainstream and influenced the look of pop culture.

Michelangelo’s Drawings Show the Soul Behind His Masterpieces

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A new exhibition of works on paper by the legendary Italian artist mines the holdings of Holland's Teylers Museum.

How Design Defined the Punk Movement as Much as Its Music

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A show at the Museum of Arts and Design explores how designers involved in the punk scene helped create a new visual language.

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