3 edition of Arms [and] armor from the atelier of Ernst Schmidt, Munich found in the catalog.
Arms [and] armor from the atelier of Ernst Schmidt, Munich
Kunstgewerbliche WerkstaМ€tten Ernst Schmidt.
|Statement||edited by] E. Andrew Mowbray.|
|Contributions||Mowbray, E. Andrew, ed.|
|LC Classifications||U810 .K813|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||67031464|
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Arms and Armor from the Atelier of Ernst Schmidt, Munich.; With introduction by Stephen V. Grancsay by Mowbray, E. Andrew (ed). Mowbray Company, Hardcover. Just a hint of wear, else fine, clean & tight condition / faded, chipped and slightly torn dust jacket which is now in a clear protective mylar sleeve.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Andrew E. Mowbray. Ernst Schmidt, a dealer Munich book authentic and reproduction arms and armour, purchased an atelier in the late s that was then well known for its creation of copies of ancient objects in metal, glass, textiles, etc.
This establishment was created in in Munich by Hugo Jubitz and exchanged hands just a couple times before Mr. Schmidt's acquisition. Arms [and] armor from the atelier of Ernst Schmidt, Munich;, [catalog, edited by] E. Andrew Mowbray., Toronto Public Library.
Comparing the Works of Ernst Schmidt An interactive article by Nathan Robinson German craftsman Ernst Schmidt was a proliffic maker of many hundreds of reproductions of medieval armour and other artifacts from the late s until about Armor the from Arms E.
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or Best Offer. Overall height is 28", with a diameter of 12 3/4". In the late 's, Ernst Schmidt, a dealer of original and reproduction arms and armor, purchased an atelier in Munich which specialized in accurate quality reproductions to satisfy the demand of clients during the Gothic Revival.
Schmidt Coat of Arms / Schmidt Family Crest The English and German surname of SCHMIDT was an occupational name 'the smith' a worker in metals, one who worked on a lathe. The name was common to every village in during medieval times.
Medieval smiths were important not only in making horseshoes, ploughshares, and other domestic articles, but. Arms and Armor Manufacture Video prezentation.
Gallery. Warrior. Von Schmidt auf Altenstadt is a Dutch and former German noble family. Also known as Schmidt von Altenstadt, it has branches in other countries including the Netherlands. Johann Fabricius served Maximilian II against the Turks and was given a coat of arms by the imperial Letters Patent of 2 November His son Martin was ennobled on 10 December Arms and Armor from Imperial Austria was supported in part through funding from KeyBank.
Support for education and public programs was funded through a grant from Giant Eagle. The Cleveland Museum of Art gratefully acknowledges the Citizens of Cuyahoga. A suit of armor says a lot about the state of warfare and fashion at the time of its creation. As arms makers devised increasingly deadly weapons like the mace and the crossbow, armorers produced armor equal to the latest threat, yet also stylish.
In the s, military strategy emphasized the cavalry charge with lance, followed by hand-to-hand combat with sword and shield. A lance rest. Imperial Armoury The Viennese collection numbers among the best of its kind in the world. Furthermore, it is the best-documented collection of court arms and armour in the western world, since the exhibits were generally created or acquired in connection with important political occasions: on the occasion of military campaigns, Imperial Diets.
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My daughter swore she saw dried blood on the executioner's sword. Rothenburg is a very interesting old walled town, and you can get there by public transport, although it takes several changes from one train to another. This armor was part of a set of similar suits commissioned by Maximilian I (Holy Roman Emperor from to ) from two famous armorers, the brothers Lorenz and Jörg Helmschmid.
The armors were used during the jousts held at Innsbruck, Austria, to celebrate Maximilian's marriage on Mato Bianca Maria Sforza (). Schmitt Coat of Arms / Schmitt Family Crest The surname of SCHMITT was an occupational name 'the smith' a worker in metals, one who worked on a lathe. The name was common to every village in during medieval times.ca.
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