SPALATIN Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure
George Spalatin, born Georg Burkhardt in 1484, was a trusted friend and
advisor to Martin Luther during the Protestant Reformation. As a
humanist, theologian, and secretary to Frederick the Wise, Elector of
Saxony, Spalatin played a crucial role in supporting and promoting the
Reformation movement. He acted as a liaison between Luther and the
political authorities, facilitating Luther's protection and the spread
of his ideas. Spalatin's correspondence with Luther and his efforts in
organizing Luther's writings were instrumental in advancing the cause of
the Reformation. His close relationship with Frederick the Wise also
helped to secure Luther's safety and influence the political landscape
of the time.
This Giclée print of Spalatin 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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