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File:Victory over the Grave.jpg


English: Victory over the Grave by Bernard Plockhorst, part of the altarpiece at Berlin Immanuelkirche in Germany. Bernard Plockhorst (1825-1907) was a German artist. The illustrations of the life of Jesus Christ by Plockhorst and Heinrich Hofmann were especially popular in the United States, and were often grouped together in Bibles and Christian Sunday School materials. The styles of these two artists were similar; both were professors at the German Art School and worked together.
Date 16 July 2011
Author Bernard Plockhorst
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