|Sunday Stroll, 1841, Carl Spitzweg|
|The Sunday Hunter, 1845, Carl Spitzweg|
|The Violinist on the Roof, 1845, Carl Spitzweg|
|The Drunkard, 1836, Carl Spitzweg|
|Spitzweg appears to have been a "Sunday" portrait painter.|
|The Poor Poet, 1839, Carl Spitzweg|
|The Painter in a Forest Glade under |
One Umbrella Lying, 1850,
|The Portrait Painter, 1855, Carl Spitzweg. Judging from the glasses and |
the artist's stature, this would definitely seem to be a self-portrait.
|The Bookworms. Notice the subtles of humor--Rockwell's bookworm wears two different |
colored shoes while Spitzweg bibliophile clutches a book precariously between his knees.
|The Intercepted Love Letter, |
1860, Carl Spitzweg
|Susanna in the Bath and the Altos, Carl Spitzweg|