C1845

Braubach and the Castle of Marksburg,- Rhine.

Artist:

W.H. Bartlett

$A 35

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S/N: EU-GERM-1845-BART-001–188533
(DRW08)
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Full Title:

Braubach and the Castle of Marksburg,- Rhine.

Date:

C1845

Artist:

W.H. Bartlett

Engraver:

R. Brandard 

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

190mm 
x 125mm

Description:

A nineteenth century engraving depicting a view of the Rhine Valley and the commanding medieval Marksburg Castle built in the twelve to thirteenth centuries.

Within this UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley it is the only hilltop castle along the Rhine which has never been destroyed.

Biography:

William Henry Bartlett was born in London in 1809. He travelled extensively throughout Britain, the Balkans and the Middle East depicting views and scenes and became recognised as one of the foremost illustrators of topography of his generation. From 1836 – 1852 he made four journeys to North America and died of fever on board a ship off the coast of Malta, aged 45.

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