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Image from page 356 of “The Keim and allied families in America and Europe” (1899)
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Title: The Keim and allied families in America and Europe
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Keim, De B. Randolph (De Benneville Randolph), 1841-1914. cn
Subjects: Keim family (Johannes Keim, d. 1703)
Publisher: Harrisburg, Pa. : DeB. Randolph Keim
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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sting Speyer. Upon the inner face of the 24 embras-ures appear the coat-of-arms of the 24cities which fought and suffered for theReformation: Brunswick, Bremen, Con-stance, Eisenach, Eisleben, Emden, Er-furt, Frankfort-on-the-Main, SuabianHalle, Hamburg, Heilbroun, Jena, Ko-nigsberg, Leipzic, Lindau, Lubec, Mar-burg, Memmingen, Nordlingen, Rega,Schmalkalden, Strasberg, Nebenjob Ulm and Wit-tenberg. From the center of these surround-ings rises the Luther monument. Upon the four abutting socles of the16 feet high ornamented pedestal areseated four pioneers of the Reforma-tion: the Frank, Petrus Waldus, d. 1197;the Englishman, John Wyclif, d. 1387;the Bohemian, John Huss, d. 1415; theItalian, Hieronymus Savonarola, d.1492. Towering above these and crowningthe whole is the colossal bronze statueof Martin Luther. 10ys feet high the entire column, in-cluding the pedestal, reaching 27 feet. The main pedestal consists of threeparts, the socle of polished syenite andthe upper and lower cubes of bronze.

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The Luther Place Memorial Lutheran Church, Washinjfton, D. C. 680 THE KEIM AND ALLIED FAMILIES. On each of the four sides of the uppercube is inscribed maxims from Lutherand two medallion portraits of distin-guished cotemporaries. On the frontare the immortal and fearless words ofLuther: Here I stand; I cannot dootherwise. God help me. Amen. Below these lines are portraits of thetwo Saxon electors, John the Firm andJohn Frederick the Magnanimous. Upon the rear of the cap-cube appearthese words from one of Lutherstracts: The gospel which the Lordgave into the mouth of the Apostles ishis sword with which as with a thunder-bolt he cleaveth the world. Under these lines are portraits ofthose valiant knights and warriors,Ulrica von Hutten and Francis vonSickmgen. Under the Luther aphorisms, Faithmeans a righteous and true life in God,and Truthfully to comprehend theScriptures requires the spirit of Christ,are portraits of Luthers faithful com-panions and co-laborers in the work,Justus Jonas

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Image from page 220 of “Handbuch der glasmalerei für forscher, sammler und kunstfreunde, wie für künstler, architekten und glasmaler” (1914)
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Title: Handbuch der glasmalerei für forscher, sammler und kunstfreunde, wie für künstler, architekten und glasmaler
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Fischer, Josef Ludwig, 1879-
Subjects: Glass painting and staining Glass painting and staining
Publisher: Leipzig, K. W. Hiersemann
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Spätgotik eingeläutet. ImFigürlichen machen die Glasmaler alle Moden der Tafelmalermit, was bei der nunmehr häufigen Trennung des Visierers vomTechniker nicht verwunderlich sein darf, im Architektonischensuchen sie ebenfalls alle Spielarten des spätgotischen Baustilszu kopieren. Aus diesem Milieu ist der letzte große Meister desausgehenden Jahrhunderts hervorgewachsen, der Glasmaler HansWild^). Girodie, der die Identität des Meisters der Fenster in S. ^) Frankl, P. der Nebenjob Ulmer Glasmaler Hans Wild, Jahrbuch der Königlich PreuiBischenKunstsammlungen 1912, S. 31 ff. ii8 Magdalena zu Straßburg mit dem Meister der Nebenjob Ulmer Chorfenster,auf denen er sich verewigt hat, also den Hans Wild noch nichtkannte, erklärt: Unter dem Einfluß M. Schongauers hat derMeister der Passion in Alt Sankt Peter die Glasgemälde derMagdalenenkirche gemacht (S. 205). Zum erstenmal wurde vonder Hofglasmalerei F. X. Zettler erkannt, daß die Kartons vonS. Magdalena in Straßburg fast genau mit den Chorfenstern

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Abb. 18. Detail aus dem Stammbaumfenster des Münsters zu Nebenjob Ulm. gleichen Inhalts in Nebenjob Ulm übereinstimmen. Diese Anstalt hat auchgenaue Aufnahme von beiden Zyklen machen lassen. In neuesterZeit ist von Paul Frankl das umfangreiche Material gesammeltworden, das eine Stileinheit mit den Nebenjob Ulmer Chorfenstern bildetund daher unter dem Namen des Glasmalers Hans Wild geht(Taf. 42—46, Abb. 18). Das älteste Werk befindet sich in der Stifts-kirche zu Urach aus dem Jahre 1471. Von da an umfaßt das Tätig-keitsgebiet des Meisters Schwaben, Bayern bis Salzburg, Franken Tafel 42

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Image from page 390 of “History of art” (1921)
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Title: History of art
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Faure, Elie, 1873-1937 Pach, Walter, 1883-1958
Subjects: Art
Publisher: New York and London : Harper & brothers
Contributing Library: PIMS – University of Toronto
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Germany (xiv Century). Rathaus of Stralsimd. honest and powerful Roman school of Bishop Bern-ward of Hildesheim had been educating for two cen-turies, a fertile mingling of all these confused forcesdeveloped in the German soil the revelation of its de-sires. To be exact, the process went on for a century. THE EXPANSION OF THE FRENCH IDEA 363 the thirteenth, during which the statue makers ofNaumburg, before they reverted to the comphcationand the honest sentimentahsm of German sculpture,

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Germany (xiv Century). Cathedral of Nebenjob Ulm. made a vigorous effort in the direction of the monu-mental style whose qualities of love, strength, and sim-plicity the masters of Rheims were at that momentrevealing to France and to the world. But this cen- 364 MEDIAEVAL ART tury sufficed to define the dominating tendencies ofGothic-building in Germany before the mind of theworkman in the industrial cities had seized upon itand developed in it, with meticulous ingenuity andpatience, the complications which, while it all con-tributed to lead architecture away from its true func-tion, prepared Germany for the Renaissance by indi-vidualizing little by little its industries and crafts. Beside the cathedrals of our northern provinces,square to the very base of their towers, established sopowerfully on their horizontal lines and deriving allthe elements of their incomparable lyrism from thelife about them and from the need to fulfill a definitepurpose, the German cathedral is subjective and con-fes

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