Category: architecture & objects

Pappenheimer, a type of armor named after Gottfried Heinrich zu Pappenheim (1594-1632), a general of the Thirty Years’ War.

Watercolour, 2018

32 x 24 cm

The picture originated at the Dresden Armory.

The chapel St. Anne in Krobitz in the district Saale-Orla was primary a Romanic building from the 12th century and was rebuilt in 1610/11.

Ink, 2018

21 x 15 cm

Reconstruction of the Wysburg, view from southwest

Ink, 2017

59,5 x 42 cm

Client: Weisbach e.V.

Published in: C. Tannhäuser, H. Roßbach: Die Wysburg bei Weisbach im Thüringer Schiefergebirge. Archäologische Denkmale in Thüringen Band 4, 2018

Reconstruction of the Wysburg, view from northeast

Ink, 2017

59,5 x 42 cm

Client: Weisbach e.V.

Published in: C. Tannhäuser, H. Roßbach: Die Wysburg bei Weisbach im Thüringer Schiefergebirge. Archäologische Denkmale in Thüringen Band 4, 2018

Kalmyk yurts, south-western Russia

Acrylic paint on paper, 2017/18

32 x 24 cm

Tōrō, a lantern made of granite which was used in Japanese Buddhist temples first, can be seen also in Japanese gardens since a few centuries..

Pencil, 2018

29,5 x 21 cm

The drawing originated at the Lindenmuseum in Stuttgart.

Stone statue from Hawai’i, 19th century. Such images depicted personal tutelary deities (aumakua), which were venerated even also after the Christianization, mainly by fishermans .

Pencil, 2017

29,5 x 21 cm

The drawing originated at the Lindenmuseum in Stuttgart.

Ancestor skull, drawn in the Musée de l’Homme in Paris

Pencil, 2017

29,5 x 21 cm

Mortar of 1617, drawn in the Dresden City Museum

Pencil, 2017

21 x 15 cm

Sketched apse of the church St. Mathilde in Quedlinburg, a building of the Gothic Revival

Ink, 2017

21 x 15 cm

Sketch of a house in Quedlinburg

Pencil, 2017

21 x 15 cm

The former home of the executioner at the Finstertor in Görlitz (today it is the domicile of a Saxon workcamp) has a solid ground floor made of dressed stone. A timber frame construction in a Franconian style forms the upper floor, where potentially the flat was placed. The executioner of Görlitz moved to this place in 1571, after he residenced within the town, and not outside of the surrounding wall where the depicted house is located. At the house wall showing to the road there is a tablet with the inscription “1666 L. S. B.”, which is pointing to the best known executioner of Görlitz named Lorenz Straßburger. At the lower gable end there is a second tablet with the inscription “Im Jahre Christi A 1676 | LSB” and a drawing of a sword.

Watercolour, 2017

32 x 24 cm

The Hausmannsturm is part of the Dresden Castle and today it is over 100 metres high. The bottom has its seeds around 1400, the upper part in its contemporary style was built in 1674-76. As a result of the bombing of Dresden at the end of the Second World War the tower has lost its roof, which was rebuilt only 1991. The small hand of the clock is the minute hand, the big one the hour hand according to the historical example.

Watercolor, 2017

48 x 34 cm

Reconstruction proposal for the Upper Court of the Castle of the Advocates of Plauen in Vogtland, 13th-15th century AD

Pencil, 2015/16

29,5 x 21 cm

Preview for a publication about archaeological excavations and written records of the Castle of the Advocates of Plauen

Collar of the Blackfoot from the middle of the 19th century. It consists of bison leather (Bos bison) and is adorned with claws of the grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) and pearls. The collar is arranged in the Karl-May-Museum in Radebeul.

Pencil, 2016

29,5 x 21 cm

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