Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Germany
DonauwörthHeilig Kreuz Bay n3
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Emblems
Cycles (outside books)Wall and Ceiling PaintingsDonauwörth, Heilig Kreuz (Jacob Carl Stauder, 1720-1721, many emblems with hearts)
Emblems, imprese and devices - catalogue
Celestial bodiesSunSun with moon and stars
Celestial bodiesMoonMoon with sun and stars
Celestial bodiesConstellationsUrsa maior
Insects and other InvertebratesBivalveHeart with cross, lit by the Trinity, in a shell
HeartNot WingedIn shell, with a cross, lit by the Trinity
HeartNot WingedRising out of a fire
Religious objects or symbolsTriangle (symbol of the Trinity)
Religious objects or symbolsCrossAtop of heart
Fire and LightHearts rising up from a fire
Further details
Lemma: Unus in uno. It is not clear if the heart at the top is in a shell, if the group of stars really shows Ursa maior, and if sun, moon and stars have any significance for the meaning of the emblem
ARTIST/CREATOR
Stauder, Jacob Carl (1694-1756)
DATE
1720 - 1721
LOCATION
Donauwörth, Heilig Kreuz
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Digital only
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Thomas Onken, Der Konstanzer Barockmaler Jacob Carl Stauder, Sigmaringen 1972, p. 141, no. A36
Acknowledgements
Photographed with kind permission of the parish
Contact
For comments or queries, please contact photographic.collect@sas.ac.uk