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Bezirksmuseum Buchen - "Speisesaal des Hotels "Prinz Carl" in Buchen" (museum-digital:baden-württemberg)
Bezirksmuseum Buchen Bildarchiv Karl Weiß [BCHPC06N]

Speisesaal des Hotels "Prinz Carl" in Buchen

Buchen, Hotel und Gasthof Prinz Carl (6 von 6) (Bezirksmuseum Buchen CC BY-NC-SA)


Die Innenaufnahme, um 1930 entstanden, zeigt den Speisesaal des Hotels Prinz Carl. An den Wänden hängen Bilder von Malern der Hollerbacher Malerkolonie. Es ist anzunehmen, dass Karl Weiß seine Aufnahmen zu Werbezwecken (Prospekte, Postkarten) im Auftrag der Gastwirte angefertigt hat.


Glasnegativ, nasses Kollodiumverfahren


18 x 24 cm

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