19c.antique Wallensteinâ€™s Camp German Soldier Art Print Lithography Litho Post
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19c.antique Wallensteinâ€™s Camp German Soldier Art Print Lithography Litho Post:
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<img border="0"><br><a target="_blank"><img WALLENSTEIN'S CAMP GERMAN SOLDIER ART PRINT LITHOGRAPHY LITHO POSTERLadies & Gentleman,I am pleased to offer this stunning and ultra-rare authentic middle 19th century Antique Memorial blater from the history of k.k. army lithography art print.
Scene depicts : Wallenstein's Camp. Seen the merchant and the knight and the band working man and the Jesuitsâ€.
Printed by: Eigenthumu Verlog v. F. Schoneroerk in Wien.Mit gesetzlichen Schutze gegen Vervielfaltigung. Gereichn v. S. Gaul, Lith v, Greil. Gedr. b. Jos. Stoufs, Wien.
INCREDIBLE ASSET FOR ANY COLLECTOR!
Wallenstein is the popular designation for a trilogy of dramas by German author Friedrich Schiller. It consists of the plays Wallenstein's Camp (Wallensteins Lager) with a lengthy prologue, The Piccolomini (Die Piccolomini), and Wallenstein's Death (Wallensteins Tod). Schiller himself also structured the trilogy into two parts, with Wallenstein I including Wallenstein's Camp and The Piccolomini, and Wallenstein II consisting of Wallenstein's Death. He completed the trilogy in 1799.
In this drama Schiller addresses the decline of the famous general Albrecht von Wallenstein, basing it loosely on actual historical events during the Thirty Years' War. Wallenstein fails at the height of his power as successful commander-in-chief of the imperial army when he begins to rebel against his emperor, Ferdinand II. The action is set some 16 years after the start of the war, in the winter of 1633/1634 and begins in the Bohemian city of Pilsen, where Wallenstein is based with his troops. For the second and third acts of the third play the action moves to Eger, where Wallenstein has fled and where he was assassinated on 26 February 1634.MeasuresFull size: 20 3/4" x 16"
Inner (lithography) size: 15 1/4" x 10 1/2"
CONDITION: excellent antique
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