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Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (Thomas Aquinas in St. Louis) Art Poster Print - 13x19
Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (Thomas Aquinas in St. Louis) Art Poster
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Title: Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (Thomas Aquinas in St. Louis) Art Poster Print
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Size: 13 x 19 inches (33 x 48 cms)
SKU: 585458
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Details: This poster is of Thomas Aquinas in St. Louis, by Niklaus Maneul Deutsch. It shows St. Thomas Aquinas sitting at a table full of food with four other people. There are more people standing near the table.

Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (born in 1484 in Bern; died 28 April 1530 in Bern), was a Swiss dramaturg, painter, graphic artist and politician. Manuel devoted much of his life to furthering the Protestant Reformation as a soldier, writer, and statesman. Scholars know nothing of his training and assume that he was self-taught. Manuel Deutsch primarily painted large, colorful works on religious and classical themes. He often depicted witches and stressed the theme of the power of women. His latest dated paintings are from 1520, his latest dated drawings from 1529. After 1521 he devoted increasing energy to poetry and to building support for the Reformation through government service and political writings.

This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.

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