#34155 - 01/07/0309:20 AMRe: Europe trip pictures
I have no idea who the painter(s) were. I would imagine they were just some court artists employed at the time by the Bavarian king of the time who had the palace built.<br><br>Just checked Google, the artist appears to have been Johann Baptist Zimmermann. See scond panel at the link below.<br><br>http://home.ngate.de/rhodan/nymph/nymphbrg.htm<br><br>At the bottom of that page in the green areas are links to other areas at the palace grounds at Nymphenburg. Then in the yellow area below that are links to some other Bavarian castles, built by Ludwig, aka "The Mad King." Herrenchiemsee, Linderhof, Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau (we went to the latter two also, but they were closed Christmas Day). I have been to all of them myself in the past, they are all wonderful to visit. The other castle shot in those photos with the yellowish looking one, that is Hohenschwangau near Fuessen.<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 01/07/03 04:31 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
What a great selection, Mike!<br>What did you use as a camera? They are not only sharp but also the colour is fabulous.<br>Next time, of course, you've gotta come up "north" as well, since Berlin itself is worth a trip... yeah, I'm slightly biased.<br>Glad you had such a good time!<br><br>
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