1828 - 1865
Baden-Württemberg Castle

Oil on board, signed lower right
Image size: 10 x 15 1/4 inches (51 x 39 cm)
Gilt frame


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This is a landscape of Baden-Wurttemberg, a German state. The castle depicted is the Hochburg Castle, found near Emmendingen at the foothills of the Black Forest. It is one of the largest ruined castles in the Upper Rhine Valley. This awe-inspiring fortress showcases half a millennium of military architecture.



Johann Mali

Mali was a landscape painter.  He was a pupil of Pieter Francis Peters in Stuttgart in 1857, alongside his brother, Christian Friedrich Mali. He lived in Munich. His paintings can be found in several German museums.