Painters Paintings Aleksander Gierymski (1850 – 1901): Corner of Plönlein in Rothenburg, 1896-97, o…
Painters Work Aleksander Gierymski (1850 – 1901): Nook of Plönlein in Rothenburg, 1896-97, oil on canvas, 80 x 61 cm, Nationwide Museum in Warsaw, Poland
The final six years of Gierymski’s life have been crammed with nervousness and hectic inventive rigidity. Initially, from 1895 to 1897, he returned to realism, as evidenced by his work of previous city alleys and church interiors from Rothenburg and Schleissheim, wherein the artist expressed his fixed curiosity within the topic of sunshine and color.
Current portray depicts the Plönlein, one of the crucial well-known postcard scenes from Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Germany. The phrase “Plönlein” derives from the Latin “planum” which means “flat sq.”.
Within the heart is a slim half-timbered constructing with a small fountain in entrance. It’s framed by the Kobolzeller tower and the upper Siebers Tower, with lovingly restored townhouses to the suitable and left.