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Heinrich Gallery

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Choose from 148 pictures in our Heinrich collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Medieval enamel and illuminated manuscripts, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Medieval enamel and illuminated manuscripts, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Medieval enamel and illuminated manuscripts, (1898). 'Fig: 1: Initial from a German manuscript (Rhenish school), 11th-12th century, in the Library at Paris. Fig 2: Initial from a German manuscript of the 12th century, from a private collection at Cologne. Fig 3: Relic-cross from the first half of the 12th cent, in the Diocesan-Museum at Freising. Fig 4: Pilaster from the shrine of St. Heribertus in the Benedictine-Abbey at Deutz, mid 12th century. Figs 5 and 10: From the shrine of the great relics at Aachen, 12th century. Fig 6: From a collection at Bonn, 12th century. Fig 7: Decoration from the Anno-shrine in the former abbey at Siegburg, 11th century. Figs 8 and 9: From a reliquary in South-Kensington Museum at London, 12th century. Fig 11: From a little reliquary, 12th century. Figs 12 and 13: From the portable altar of St. Andrews in the cathedral at Treves, 10th century. Fig 14: Flat disk of gilt copper in private possession at Bamberg, 12th century. Fig 15: Half from a shrine in the former abbey at Siegburg, 11th century. Figs 16-19: Decorations on double crosses at Essen, 11th century. Fig 20: Half figure of an angel from the shrine of St, Heribertus, see Fig 4. Fig 21: From the shrine of Charlemagne at Aachen, 12th century. Figs 22 and 23: From the Mauritius-shrine at Siegburg, 11th century. Fig 24: From an altar-wall, 12th century...In the art of enamelling, which had been transferred from Byzantium to Germany, the German artists attained a high point of perfection'. Plate 35 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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German Renaissance metalwork, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

German Renaissance metalwork, (1898). Creator: Unknown

German Renaissance metalwork, (1898). 'Figs 1-6:. Representations of armour from the Kabinet der Handzeichnungen alter Meister at Munich...Many weapons and armours, the surfaces of which are, with marvellous ingenuity and endless variety, decorated with scroll-work, frame-work and strap-work, were...for a long time believed to be works of the greatest Italian masters, who were thought to have made them chiefly at the French court. Some years ago, however, the surprising discovery was made, that the most and very finest of these objects were of German origin, German masters, above all, having been called by Francis I and Henry II [16th century] for that purpose to France. Part of these harnesses, shields, helms etc. are most splendidly decorated with complete figural representations, others with single figures, animals, birds, mythical beings as well as with flowers and scroll-work...The metal-plates were either etched, chased or damascened, more frequently however the designs were raised by embossment'. Plate 71 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). 'Figs 1-8: Engraved stone-flags from the old cathedral at St. Omer, 13th century (ground brown, interior design of horse and horseman filled up with red). Figs 9 and 10: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from a collection at Dresden (black and red centres with white edging) 13th century. Figs 11 and 12: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from the cloister-church Colombe-les-Sens (red, black and yellow), 12th century. Figs 13 and 14: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from the abbey-church at St. Denis (red, black and yellow), 12th century. Figs 15 and 16: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from the old abbey-church at Pontigny, 12th century (yellow, red and black on green ground). Figs 17-23: Enamelled clay-tiles from St. Pierre-sur-Dive, 12th century (yellow and black-brown). Figs 24 and 25: Enamelled clay-tiles from the church at Bloxham, 13th century (red and yellow). Figs 26 and 27: Enamelled clay-tiles from Beddington-Church in Surrey, 15th century (red and yellow). Fig 28: Engraved clay-tiles from the town-hall at Ravensburg (natural colour without glazing), 14th century. Fig 29: Engraved clay-tiles from a patrician house ibid., 14th century. Fig 30: Clay-tiles with deepened ground, natural colour without glazing, 14th century, from the church at Gaildorf. Fig 31: Clay-tiles with deepened ground and relief-figures from the cloister at Alpirsbach, 12th century. Plate 38 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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