Although not signed, this view is characteristic of the work of F. W. Klose and, accordingly, may be attributed to him. The exaggerated receding perspective, views of the countryside and a look into an adjacent room recall the artist's Rose Room and Blue Room at nearby Schloss Fischbach. The bare wood floors, and windows, unadorned except for a green valance, signal that the season is summer, while several arrangements of peonies suggest the months of May and June. Green walls trimmed with a gold fillet create a background for Jacobean upholstered furniture and chairs, tables and bookcase in the Sheraton style. Italian landscapes are interspersed with sculptures, vases and a large Venetian goblet, all displayed on brackets. Portraits are seen in the adjacent room.