Ernst von Ihne
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Ernst Eberhard von Ihne (23 May 1848 in Elberfeld – 21 April 1917 in Berlin) was a German architect. He served as official architect to the German Emperor Frederick III and to his son and successor Wilhelm II. Among his best known works are the Prussian Royal Library building (today House 1 of the Berlin State Library), the Neuer Marstall, and the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum (today the Bode Museum).
Neue Jagdschloss Hummelshain, Hummelshain (1880–85)
Kawalera Palace, Świerklaniec (1903-1906)
Bode Museum, Berlin (1904)
- Hans Reuther (1974), "Ihne, Ernst von", Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB) (in German), 10, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 128–129
- Oliver Sander: Die Rekonstruktion des Architektennachlasses von Ernst v. Ihne (1848–1917). Diss. Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin 2000.
- Media related to Ernst von Ihne at Wikimedia Commons
- Entry for Ernst von Ihne on the Union List of Artist Names
- Brief entry on Ihne from the Oxford Dictionary of Architecture & Landscaping.
- Entry on Ihne from historismus.net (German)
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