Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Germany
FüssenSt. Mang - Monastic buildingsStaircase
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Geography
Topography Countries A-ZHoly Roman EmpireFüssenKloster St. Mang
PORTRAITS
Rulers
ModernFrance Majordomus under the Merovingians and persons of similar influencePepin the Older (died 640)
ModernFrance Pepin the Short (714-768, r. 752-768)
ModernHoly Roman Empire Holy Roman EmperorsCharlemagne (747 or 748-814)
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Saints
Saints A - ZMagnus of Füssen Single figure
Further details
The prince who, together with Charlemagne, gives an image of the future monastery to St Magnus could either Pepin the Short (depicted in the gateway or the entrance portico) or - since he is not depicted as a king - Pepin the Older. Both were regarded as founders.
ARTIST/CREATOR
Hermann, Franz Georg, I (c1665-1735) or Hermann, Franz Georg, II (1692-1768)
DATE
1721 - 1722
LOCATION
Füssen, Kloster St. Mang
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Digital only
Acknowledgements
Photographed with kind permission of the Museum der Stadt Füssen
Contact
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