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Friedberg in Hessen from the Johannisberg Nauheim
Friedberg in Hessen from the Johannisberg Nauheim

Photo credit: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

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The artist painted this view of Friedberg in the district of Hessen, Germany, from the neighbouring town of Bad Nauheim – a spa town known for its thermal springs. He painted it whilst staying there for health treatment from 2nd August to 16th September 1903. Howard’s wife, Rosalind, also made several trips to Nauheimfor health treatment.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery



Friedberg in Hessen from the Johannisberg Nauheim




oil on panel


H 15.2 x W 22.7 cm

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Acquisition method

purchased, 1973

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Inscription description

Friedberg in Hessen from the Johannesberg Manheim by Father Sep 1903 given by him to Aurea Howard 1904 [Nov]


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