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Heidelberg Castle is a famous ruin in Germany and landmark of Heidelberg. The castle ruins are among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. The built of Neckar valley sandstone in the 18th century by Prince Karl Theodor, the famous Old Bridge (Alte Brücke) is one of the last large examples of classical stone bridge building. It links the old town to the banks of the Neckar at the eastern end of the Neuenheim district. The precursors of today's Old Bridge were all made of wood. As they were continually being destroyed by wars and floods, Prince Karl Theodor ordered the construction of a stone bridge across the river (1786-1788). On the city side is the medieval Bridge Gate, part of the former city wall.
This is a 1910’s - 1930’s oil painting of the Heidelberg Castle and bridge. Painting measures 16x20 inches. The painting has no scratches or restorations. The canvas is loose and could use a tightening. Painting has surface dirt and back of canvas has been painted. Looks like at one time something laid against the right edge. (Most likely the original frame mark.) Signed lower left, “Sturm.” The frame is a 1970’s wood frame that measures 18-1/2 inches tall and 22-1/2 inches wide.
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Sturm, Oil Painting, Heidelberg Castle Germany, Painted on Canvas, Signed by Artist