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Carl Wilhelm Arldt


Illustrations

Alsleben (Saale), view from the opposite bank of the Saale

Bad Duerrenberg, Saline with passenger ferry across the river Saale

Bad Kösen, the Castle Saaleck ruins

Bad Kösen, castle ruins Rudelsburg and Saaleck from the Saale

Bernburg (Saale), view from northwest

Dresden, View from Neustadt

Halle (Saale), Castle Giebichenstein

Jena, Fuchsturm on Hausberg

Johanngeorgenstadt, general view

Leipzig, Esplanade

Carl Wilhelm Arldt (born January 19, 1809 in Niederruppersdorf at Herrnhut; † 27 October 1868 Loebtau near Dresden) was a German draftsman and lithographer. He produced in the twenties to forties of the 19th century, numerous landscape and portrait lithographs. Arldt, the son of a watchmaker, learned drawing from the high school teacher Christian Gotthelf Müller in Zittau, studied from 1826 to 1830 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden by Carl August Richter in the landscape class. Later he met among others, Ferdinand Hartmann and Heinrich Arnold, but he was expelled due to irregularities from the Academy.

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