Ludwig Dill, Corso in Naples

Naples – Dill, Ludwig (Gernsbach, Baden, 1848 – Karlsruhe 1940). Corso in Naples. Crowded elegant carriages, among which in front one with two ladies, one with fan, in-between boys offering flowers. On the right surging big into the picture sailboats on the water pervaded by the light. Wood engraving by E. Goebel for Adolf Closs, Stuttgart. (1876.) Inscribed in the stock: X. I. Closs. Goebel / Dill Napoli (18)75, otherwise typographically in German as above. 6 × 11 in (15.2 × 27.8 cm).

Continuous text on the back: “… it treated the town like a favorite child. Also the emperors became happy about the Greek serenity and beauty still present in Naples. Gladly they stayed at this beach …”

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