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Georg Germann, Melissa Ragain and Pippa Shirley

Term applied to a style of architecture and the decorative arts inspired by the Gothic architecture of medieval Europe. It has been particularly widely applied to churches but has also been used to describe castellated mansions, collegiate buildings, and houses. The Gothic Revival has also been described by many scholars as a movement, rather than style, for in the mid-19th century it was associated with and propagated by religious and political faith. From a hesitant start in the mid-18th century in England and Scotland, in the 19th century it became one of the principal styles of building throughout the world and continued in some huge projects until well into the 20th century (e.g. ...

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German, 16th century, male.

Born 1515, in Munich; died 10 March 1573, in Munich.

Painter, draughtsman, miniaturist, copyist. Religious subjects, historical subjects, portraits. Designs for jewellery, decorative designs.

Munich School.

Hans Mülich's family came originally from Augsburg and Mülich himself is on record as a member of the Munich artists' guild in 1546. He was probably active there before that date, however, for the gallery of Munich houses a portrait of him dated 1540. Mülich was retained as a painter at the court of Albert V of Bavaria. It is thought that he visited Italy. It is certain that he made a copy of Michelangelo's ...

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Carola Hicks

Term used to describe the art produced by the Ostrogoths, barbarian peoples whose invasion of the declining Roman Empire helped to transform Late Antique into medieval art. They occupied Italy in ad 488, and they were followers of Arianism. Their king Theodoric the Great (...

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German, 16th century, male.

Active at the end of the 16th century.

Engraver, designer of ornamental architectural features. Designs (jewellery).

Davis Schalhaimer engraved decorations for rings in 1592.