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Wittgenstein Picture Gallery

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Photograph Descriptions

Ludwig01: The infant Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Ludwig02: Ludwig, c. 1891.
Ludwig03: A family photograph taken on Karl and Leopoldine Wittgenstein's silver wedding anniversary, 1898, at the family home in Neuwaldeggasse in Vienna.  Ludwig is in the front row on the left.
Ludwig04: Ludwig, aged nine.
Ludwig05: The family at the dinner table in the Hochreit.  From left to right: the housemaid Rosalie Hermann, Hermine Wittgenstein, Grandmother Kalmus, Paul Wittgenstein, Margarete Wittgenstein, Ludwig.

Ludwig06: Ludwig Wittgenstein, aged about eighteen.
Ludwig07: With William Eccles at the Kite-Flying Station in Glossop.
Ludwig08: Wittgenstein, 1925.
Ludwig09: On being awarded a scholarship from Trinity College, 1929.
Ludwig10: The Fellowship Portrait, 1930.

Ludwig11: Postcard from Vienna.  Wittgenstein with Margarete Stonborough and Arvid Sjgren.
Ludwig12: Wittgenstein and Francis Skinner in Cambridge.
Ludwig13: Wittgenstein with his niece Marie Stockert (a daughter of Helene).
Ludwig14: Wittgenstein on holiday in France with Gilbert Pattison, July 1936.
Ludwig15: Wittgenstein in the Fellows' Garden at Trinity, 1939 (taken by Norman Malcolm).

Ludwig16: Wittgenstein in Swansea (taken by Ben Richards).
Ludwig17: Wittgenstein and Ben Richards in London.
Ludwig18: One of the last photographs taken of Wittgenstein, in the garden at the von Wright's home in Cambridge; Wittgenstein had taken the sheet from his bed and draped it behind him.
Ludwig19: Wittgenstein on his death-bed.
Ludwig20: Wittgenstein's grave, St. Giles, Cambridge.



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