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Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

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"Self-portrait"
Etching by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Maria Countess of Kalckreuth"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Mrs Laura Beit"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Wolf, the Artist's Son"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Paul Cassirer"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Siblings with lute"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Boy eating cherries on a country road"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Shipyard Workers Returning Home on the Elbe"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Sunday Afternoon"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"The costume rehearsal"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Alfred Lichtwark's Mother"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"The Port of Hamburg"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Marie Zacharias. Rainy Day"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Alfred Lichtwark"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Self-portrait"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Child portrait"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Alexander Schnütgen"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Children by the Christmas tree"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

"Young Girl with Tea Tray"
Painting by
Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)

Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth (1855-1928)




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