BUGENHAGEN Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure
Bugenhagen, born Johannes Bugenhagen in 1485, was a prominent figure in
the Protestant Reformation. He played a significant role as a close
associate and trusted friend of Martin Luther. Bugenhagen's
contributions were diverse, as he was a theologian, pastor, and reformer
in his own right. He is particularly known for his influential work in
organizing and establishing the Lutheran Church in Northern Germany and
Scandinavia, laying the foundation for the spread of Lutheranism beyond
its birthplace in Wittenberg. Bugenhagen's dedication to the Reformation
and his commitment to the establishment of Protestant churches left a
lasting impact on the religious landscape of his time.
This Giclée print of Johannes Bugenhagen has been created by Edward Riojas.
Sizes for Giclée Prints:
- 12" x 18"
- 16" x 24"
"Giclée prints of original works by Edward Riojas"
"Giclée prints are the archival standard used by museums and galleries to reproduce fine art. Images are printed on Hahnemuehle fine art paper and are signed by the artist. Prints are not framed or matted."
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