Vestibule Corner Schleissheim,” Prince Regent Luitpold’s Palace

  • Herman Hartwich, Vestibule Corner ''Schleissheim," Prince Regent Luitpold's Palace, 1880, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Emily Dorothy Ammann, 1965.14.7

This painting reveals a glimpse of the opulent interior of Schleissheim, a palace outside Munich that was the home of Prince Luitpold of Bavaria. A few years after Herman Hartwich toured the palace, Luitpold became regent of Bavaria when his nephew, King Louis II—known to history as Mad Ludwig”—was judged unfit to rule.

Title
Vestibule Corner Schleissheim,” Prince Regent Luitpold’s Palace
Artist
Date
1880
Location
Dimensions
24 1418 38 in. (61.546.8 cm)
Credit Line

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Gift of Emily Dorothy Ammann

Mediums
Mediums Description
oil on canvas
Classifications
Keywords
  • Architecture Interior – domestic – foyer
  • Architecture Interior – castle – Schleissheim Palace
  • Architecture Interior – detail – window
Object Number
1965.14.7
Palette
Linked Open Data
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