Neo-Pompeian Art with a Germanic spin. Anton von Werner, artist (1843-1915). Generally painted court pictures filled with people with medal filled chests but he did these too.

Silver gelatin print of a wall painting from the  six-part cycle "The Roman Life" that was  made for the Café Bauer in Berlin. Photograph after an original painting that was a   collaboration between von Verner and Christian Wilberg. ca. 1880.
Silver gelatin print, entitled “Number 6”, of a wall painting from the six-part cycle “The Roman Life” that was made for the Café Bauer in Berlin. Photograph after an original painting that was a collaboration between von Verner and Christian Wilberg. ca. 1880. Image © Metropress Ltd, (t/a Auction Technology Group). Fair use license. via https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/jeschke-van-vliet/catalogue-id-jeschke10014/lot-b0c54013-23b5-4d04-b101-a66f017fc9e7
"Exitium." No exact date.
‘Exitium” No exact date. In the public domain due to age. via http://www.renegadetribune.com/the-german-court-paintings-of-anton-von-werner/
Das-Gastmahl-The-Symposion-Feast-by-Anton-von-Werner-1877
“Das Gastmahl (The Symposion Feast).” 1877. In the public domain due to age. via http://digicult.it/digimag/simposio-5-a-relation-network/attachment/das-gastmahl-the-symposion-feast-by-anton-von-werner-1877/

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