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1833 Durlach - 1904 Heidelberg.
Angled courtyard facade in Ediger with idyllic wall vegetation and Romanesque lombard band.
Oil on strong paper, mounted on plywood. Signed lower left, dated (18)74 and inscribed «Ediger».
Presumably, this work depicts a group of houses on Moselweinstraße in Ediger, which was a victim of flames in the late 19th century.
Authentication: We would like to thank Dr. Benno Lehmann, author of the catalogue raisonné, Mannheim, for the verbal authentication, based on photos, 20.09.2021.
We would like to thank Mr Bernhard Himmen, mayor of Ediger-Eller, for the kind remarks via
Catalogue raisonné: Lehmann S 185.