Neuschwansteiner Art Collection acquires first piece

Neuschwansteiner Art Collection acquires first piece

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Neuschwansteiner ArtCollection by Stefanie von Thun

Following the aesthetic tradition of King Ludwig II, lifestyle brand The world of Neuschwansteiner, named after his famous iconic castle in the Bavarian Alps, intends to support fine arts and culture.

The newly founded “Neuschwansteiner Art Collection” is proud to present its first piece, “König Ludwig II” by artist Stefanie von Thun. The painting was part of an exclusive exhibition about King Ludwig II at the “Museum of the Bavarian Kings” in Schwangau, Germany.

Christian Seitz, Neuschwansteiner founder: 

“We have always had a liking for fine arts and are proud to start our art collection with this painting of King Ludwig II!”

The painting was presented to Christian Seitz by H.R.H Prince Leopold of Bavaria, a direct line descendant of King Ludwig I of Bavaria.

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