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George Bellows

German Cavalry

c. 1918

German, lower Saxony

Crucifix

1150-1200

German, South

Pendant

16th century

German, Swabian

St. Florian

c. 1490

German, Swabian

Saint

c. 1490

Henry Glintenkamp

Rathaus Door - Rothenburg, Germany

1931

David Hale

Medieval Domestic Tower in Cologne; Bay Window in the Rathaus Germany, from "London Builder"

1882

David Hale

Medieval Domestic Tower in Cologne; Bay Window in the Rathaus Germany, from "London Builder"

1882

J. Ketterer

Teapot

19th century

Anton Koberger

The Death of Moses, page from the Ninth German Bible, Nurnberg

1483

Leon Krier

Market; "Market of Antiquities," project for the New District of Tegel, Berlin, Germany; [bird's eye and worm's-eye axonometric drawings]

1983

Alberto Lorenzi

After the bitter struggle around Lizerne, our infantry pursue the last German in retreat, who have left the ground literally covered with dead. 2nd Battle of Flanders (April 1915)

c. 1915-1919
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