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Neuschwanstein Castle I - Germany - Canvas Print
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Neuschwanstein Castle: The Inside
So the title of this post is a bit misleading. I was actually only able to sneak a few photos from the actual inside of the castle because you are not really allowed to take photos, even without flash, inside the castle. I was, however, allowed to photograph from the inside out. So I'll present lots of gorgeous views but not as much of the inside as I would have liked to have shared. First of all you are already overwhelmed by the grandeur of this place just standing in front of it. The…
Neuschwanstein, un dessin de James Douglas (1858-1911)
Neuschwanstein d'après un dessin de James Douglas Le Art journal londonien de décembre 1901 (volume de l'année édité par George Virtue, pp. 364 à 367) publie un court article d'Anna Douglas consacré au château de Neuschwanstein. Cet article est illustré de photographies connues du photographe Hanfstaengl et de cette reproduction d'un dessin de son mari James Douglas. On peut lire l'article en ligne sur le site archive.org. James Douglas (1858-1911), peintre aquarelliste né à Dundee, vécut en…