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Baden-Württemberg

December 2011) reported that Artur Braun, one of the inmates of the POW camp, produced a large painting (size 8ft x 8ft) entitled ‘Our Lady of the ruins’ during the winter of 1944 45. It featured the Madonna with child in a ruined city surrounded by desperate people appealing to God for protection from war. The painting is believed to depict the artist’s wife (as the Madonna) in the ruins of the city of Freiburg im Breisgau in Baden-Württemberg, Germany (the painting clearly shows


Madrid

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Vienna

) for his empress and specified the bedroom decoration to be inspired from Shakespeare (William Shakespeare)'s Midsummernight's Dream. Makart designed for him a fascinating dreamworld that still exists at the Villa Hermes (Hermesvilla) as a large painting (1882). Unfortunately his design was never executed after his early death in 1884. His collection of antiques and art consisted of 1083 pieces and was put up for auction by art-dealer H.O. Miethke. Because history and mythology were considered


Washington, D.C.

, Palo Alto, Washington, D.C., and West Palm Beach. The Great Falls have been depicted in well-known paintings over the years. The waterfalls may be seen in the background of John Mix Stanley's large painting "Barter for a Bride" (originally titled "A Family Group"), which was painted some time between 1854 and 1863 and now hangs in the Diplomatic Reception Room in the United States Department of State in Washington, D.C. United States


Germany

– an event still remembered by some villagers. BBC ‘Inside Out’ (5th December 2011) reported that Artur Braun, one of the inmates of the POW camp, produced a large painting (size 8ft x 8ft) entitled ‘Our Lady of the ruins’ during the winter of 1944 45. It featured the Madonna with child in a ruined city surrounded by desperate people appealing to God for protection from war. The painting is believed to depict the artist’s wife (as the Madonna) in the ruins of the city of Freiburg im


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