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File:Ansicht von Luzern - Aquarell Mendelsohn 1847.jpg

This is Felix Mendlessohn’s handiwork with a watercolor paintbrush. It’s of Lake Lucerne, from 1847.

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3 Responses to “Felix Mendelssohn’s painting”

  1. Joan Olson Says:

    I love the Mendelssohn watercolor. It’s reminiscent of watercolors done by JRR Tolkein – the pastels and the surprise that he was capable of producing such exquisite artwork (the music notwithstanding). Thanks for sharing – I’ve set it as by desktop picture.

  2. Christine Selick Says:

    This is amazing. How precious it is to see my favorite composers’ painting. Having seen this work of art enriches my feelings 10X for Mendelssohn.

  3. martinne Says:

    i am working in a project in which i have to investigate mendhelssons compositios and its relation with art of course specially with his paintings.I would be very thankful for any ideas!

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