JUSTUS JONAS Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure
Justus Jonas, also known as Jodocus Koch, was a prominent figure during
the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. Born in 1493, he was a
close associate and friend of Martin Luther. Jonas played a crucial role
in translating Luther's works into German, making them accessible to a
wider audience. As a theologian, pastor, and reformer, he actively
promoted Lutheranism and worked towards its establishment in various
regions. Jonas' dedication to the Reformation and his influential
contributions to the spread of Luther's teachings left an enduring
impact on the religious landscape of the time.
This Giclée print of Justus Jonas 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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