Neuschwanstein Castle

I was introduced to Neuschwanstein Castle by my father when I was growing up. I’ve never actually been there (yet). My father was a very keen fan of Richard Wagner’s Operas and one day he brought home a new record player. He suffered terribly from depression and would play music very loud sometimes late into the night.

One night when I was about 7 years old, he played something that I’d never heard before which was so beautiful I got out bed and sat at the top of the stairs to listen to it. I later learnt that it was the prelude to Wagner’s Opera Tannhauser. I would sit at the top of the stairs listen the Wagnerian music often (unknown to my parents) only telling them decades later. Wagner is a lot like Marmite – you either love it or hate it. For me it’s really calming and restorative.

One of Richard Wagner’s Patrons at one point was King Ludwig of Bavaria. The young king had a fascination for Swans apparently, and they feature all over the Castle. He equally had a very tragic life but lived long enough to build this fabulous castle. My artwork is my interpretation of his fairy tale castle.

Catalogue No. WDQ036 24022020

“Wonderful artist who creates beautiful work. Excellent seller. Recommend 100%”

Ginny Anderson – Ontario

Media: Watercolour on Paper

Dimensions: 14.8 x 21cm

£345.00 unframed

A Fine Art Print is now available for this artwork from £19.95

Giclee Printed on Museum Quality Fine Art Matte Paper (280gsm) and includes a 25 mm border to allow for framing.

Prints are carefully packed in plastic-free rigid cardboard mailers and or tubes. All print orders include tracking and includes free international shipping. The estimated delivery time is 4-7 days depending on location.

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