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[[image - Ink sketch of a riverbank with grassy hill, trees, and buildings above it. Parts of the sketch are labeled with colors (in German.)]]

[[above image]] [[arrow pointing down]] Himmel Ganz Hell blau, hellgelb; unten hell viol

[[left side of image]]
Dach 
(viol)rot
gelb Wand
grün Schatt
blau "[[ditto marks]]

rot [[Upside down 'V' Symbol; possibly an upward pointing arrow]]
orange
[['V' Symbol; possibly a downward pointing arrow]]

[[right side of image]] 
^
Hin gelb.
grünblau
skul blau
[['v Symbol; possibly a downward pointing arrow]] Laub
viol Dach
[[Upside down 'V' Symbol; possibly an upward pointing arrow]]
auro cadm
tul.
[[gebbliche?]]
Wand
[[underlined]] v auro cad [[/underlined]]
tniri
^ cadm
orange,
gelb, cadm
Bank
x
cerul + weiss.
Wasser
v

[[underneath image]]
Bäume hinter cadm gelb + vir; cadm + vir; tief Ultram Schatten. Hauser hinten rein spectrum rot
und viol Dächer. vorne auf der Bank tief ultra & rose m. Schatten.

Transcription Notes:
'Himmel ganz hell-blau, hellgelb, unten hell viol' - translated as; 'Sky Full Bright blue, bright yellow, bright violet below.' 'Bäume hinter cadm gelb + vir, cadm + vir' translated as; 'Trees behind cadmium yellow + viridian, cadmium + viridian' 'tief Ultram Schatten. Hauser hinten rein spectrum rot und viol Dächer' translated as: 'Ultramarine deep shadows. House behind pure red spectrum and violet roofs.' 'vorne auf der Bank tief ultra & rose m. Schatten.' Translated as possible meaning; 'Forward the near bench (bank of river?) deep ultramarine and rose madder. Shadow.'

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