Bookworm by Karl Spitzweg

Touching and lonely figures are keen on the favorite business of eccentrics. In the “Bookworm”, this is a ridiculous old philosopher who reads a folio with the inscription “Metaphysics” standing

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Lovers of cacti by Karl Spitzweg

Like all Biedermeier masters, Spitzweg liked to portray figures in the garden or on the terrace, in a small, compressed space, transferring the plastic distribution of light and shadow.

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Poor poet by Karl Spitzweg

Touching and lonely figures are keen on the favorite business of eccentrics. In the painting “The Poor Poet” it is a writer in a nightcap lying on a mattress spread

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