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Teleorama : ein Geschenk für die Jugend.
Potsdam : [publisher not identified], [183-?]
Physical Description:
1 peepshow (8 sheets) : hand-colored etchings ; 13 x 16 cm, 69 cm in depth (extended)
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DD801.P66 T45 1830
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Three-Dimensional Artifacts
Issued in paperboard case, covered in colored papers, with engraved title label on front.
Single aperture peepshow, eight engraved leaves including front and background, mounted in accordian folder, with slipcase.
Hyde, R. Paper peepshows, cat. 3
BAC: British Art Center copy in publisher's original case, with engraved title label.
A peepshow depicting the Sans Souci Palace in Potsdam and its surrounding park. The palace was commissioned by King Friedrich II (1740-1786) to be his personal 'house of pleasure.' Designed by the well known architect G. W. von Knobelsdorff, the rococo palace was built on a terraced hill northwest of Potsdam between 1745-1747.
Subject Terms:
Neues Palais in Sanssouci (Museum : Potsdam, Germany) -- Pictorial works.
Palaces -- Germany -- Postdam -- Pictorial works.
Tunnel books.
Hand coloring.

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