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The Jerusalem-cross Painting

Michael Kühne

Painting, Oil on Other

Size: 15.7 W x 13.8 H x 0.8 D in

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Medium: oil on canvas Year Created: 2000 In the Order Letter "Deus lo Vult" (No. 63/2000) has Cfr. A. Goergen on a recent work by Cfr. Eibern VH on shape and meaning to our Ordensinsignie, pointed out the so-called Jerusalem Cross (published in the Festschrift for Cfr. KJ Elm, 1999). This investigation led to the understanding of this sign as an indication of the scale in a rectangle or square heavenly Jerusalem after the Apocalypse of John (Chapter 21:16), ie, to an architectural metaphor. This was similar to already used to be so seen, in the understanding of the basic plan of Byzantine churches, where domes are associated with each other crosswise. A young artist recently has this idea as a basis for a composition: bright red fabric highlight the pattern of the Jerusalem Cross from a seemingly endless sequence of ordered square wall lines. In this reaction, the cross appears as a spatial concretization of a cosmic context. The symbolic content of the image can be illustrated with some verses from the famous "Carmen de Trini-tate" (5th century), with which this, the world detected the cross shape is interpreted: "Why is the sublime form of the Cross has such a shape, Can the adorable characters clearly: What tells him in four different directions, pointing to the master of the world and the angels. His dominion extends over all crosses zones and horizons. " By Prof. Dr. Victor H. Elbern, appeared in the Order Letter 65 / 1, 2001, page 1 of the Equestrian Order of the Holy grave in Jerusalem

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Painting:Oil on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15.7 W x 13.8 H x 0.8 D in

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Michael Kühne was born in Berlin, Tempelhof in 1955 and studied Art History at the Freie Universität Berlin and then at Cristian Albrecht Universität in Kiel. He has been a member of the Kreuzberg Artist Circle since 1976 and he has belonged to the Artist Association in Berlin since 1978. In 1972 he received the first prize of the German Industry Fair in Berlin and gained international fame in 1993 by winning the 4th prize of the first pan-European art show in Milan, Italy. He has established himself in the art and collectors' scene already since 1977 with numerous individual and group exhibitions as well as book illustratioris.

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