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Carl Christian Vogel von Vogelstein, Young Lady with drawing instrument, 1816. Painted in Rome, with a view of Napoli, it shows Lady Thekla Ludolf in Biedermeier style. πŸ“·Β JΓΌrgen Karpinski. Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden. Details: Source

This painting is part of Looted Art of the Holocaust, returned to its owners and bought from Sotheby’s 2011 by the Cultural Foundation of the German Federal States. Now it is back at his old place, the Albertinum in Dresden.

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