From the Vintage Collection
Tones: Warm Gray, Charcoal
Why We Love It: Soft and subtle, this antique piece is perfect for a space where you want a mood more than a statement on your walls. The tones are completely neutral and truly would complement almost any decor or style.
About the Artist and Print: Joseph Martin Höger was an esteemed member of Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts and a professor of painting. Höger was well-known for his use of vibrant colors in his landscapes, though his pencil sketches are equally arresting. Höger created this pencil-on-paper depiction of a grouping of trees on the grounds of Seebenstein Castle in Lower Austria in 1866, and it is now a part of the Belvedere Museum collection.
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