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Hans Multscher
 
 

 

 
 Hans Multscher


(b Reichenhofen, Bavaria, c. 1400; d Ulm, before 13 March 1467). German sculptor.

Multscher mentions his birthplace on the inscribed band, originally a predella, of the Karg altarpiece in Ulm Cathedral (1433) and on two wings of the so-called ‘Wurzach Altar’ (1437) at Reichenhofen in the Allgäu. The town archives of Leutkirch, written between 1405 and 1437, record that Multscher belonged to the ‘Freien Leute auf Leutkircher Heide’, a commune of free peasants who had been able to preserve their independence because they were the direct descendants of Konigsfreie, who had always been free. Under a charter of Emperor Ludwig in 1337, these men were direct subjects of the Empire and had the right of free movement ‘to Imperial cities or other towns’.


 
 

 


The Adoration of the Magi

1437
Staatliche Museen, Berlin

 

 
 


Pentecost

1437
Staatliche Museen, Berlin

 
 
 

The Death of the Virgin

1437
Staatliche Museen, Berlin
 
 
 

St George and St John the Evangelist
c. 1450
Stone
Cathedral, Ulm
 
 
 

Holy Trinity
c. 1430
Alabaster, partly painted
Liebighaus, Frankfurt
 
 
 

Madonna

 
 
 

Madonna
Kirche, Pfarrkirche Unsere Liebe Frau im Moos
 
 
 

Madonna mit Kind in einer Nische
um 1440
Schussenried, Bad, Kirche, Katholische Pfarrkirche Sankt Magnus
 

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