Tag: half-timber

Medieval mining settlement. In the foreground there is a mine shaft with bobbin. Workers stamping the ore aside. Farther behind there are a forge, an assay furnace, an ore roasting furnace, the dwellings of the miners, a charcoal pit and a Waldhufendorf. The merchants in the foreground show that these villages were provided with aliment from outside and that they had no own food production.

Oil paint on paper, 2018

32 x 24 cm

Client: Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen (LfA)

Old wool spinning mill in Ziegenrück. Today it is part of the museum for hydrodynamic power.

Ink, 2018

24 x 16 cm

Renaissance houses in Ziegenrück (Thuringia). The left one shows the date 1546.

Oil paint on paper, 2018

40 x 30 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

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

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