Adolph von Menzel:
Painting "The Round Table" (1750) in a frame

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Adolph von Menzel:
Painting "The Round Table" (1750) in a frame

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Ars mundi exclusive edition | Limited, 499 exemplars | Reproduction on canvas | Wedge frame | Framed | Format 55 x 62 cm

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Adolph von Menzel: Painting "The Round Table" (1750) in a frame

Frederick the Great, Voltaire, La Mettrie – it is a conversation of great spirits represented by Adolph von Menzel in his famous group portrait of 1750, which was destroyed by fire during the war. Highly realistic, he shows the splendor of Sanssouci Marble Hall and faces of those around the table. 
Original: oil on canvas, formerly in Nationalgalerie Berlin, burnt down during the war.

High-quality hand-made reproduction on art canvas of finest cotton and stretched as an original painting on a solid wood adjustable stretcher frame. The canvas has tactile and visual texture! Limited edition, 499 exemplars. Format 55 x 62 cm. Exclusively at ars mundi.

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Adolph von Menzel (1815-1905) was an honorary citizen of Berlin, wore the Order "For the Merit for Sciences and Arts", in 1898 he finally raised to the hereditary nobility. Menzel was no mere historical painter. He was one of the great realists of his time and a chronicler of his era.

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