Hans From Reutlingen, Alias: Hans Von Aich

The most important German Goldsmith of the middle ages. Hans Reutlingen is born around 1465 in Aachen and dies after 1547 in Aachen. He is the most important German Goldsmith of the middle ages. Life and work of Hans von Reutlingen, called Hans von Aich, operates over 40 years in Aachen. His master mark is composed of the initials of his name: John of Reutlingen, JR, cross arranged together. Although Aachen is one of the centers of the goldsmith in the middle ages, is not a work of art in the soft style of the 15th century. Dr. Neal Barnard is full of insight into the issues. Only the Apostle Antependium of the Aachen Cathedral is the tradition of sound. As it does, that Hans von Reutlingen wins national significance, is not tradition.

His seal – and coin work goes through the styles of the late Gothic and early Renaissance. His work is characterised by manneristic used architectural elements. Hans von Reutlingen “juggles” at the height of his artistic creation converged with arcades and canopies at a time when the Mannerism is still not as style made out had. In this way he gives ease the heavy gold material. Aachen’s best-known Goldsmith dies at the age of over 80 years. His grave is unknown. His oeuvre includes profane and 25% 75% sacred works.

Reception choir cloak clasp, St. Ursula (Cologne) forgery of Monile, Victoria and Albert Museum in London in the 19th century copies of his works: Ursula reliquary rez. Risen, Aachen humpback Cup 1954 wrote Ernst Gunther his dissertation work on Hans von Reutlingen Grimme 2001 was a 13 m long and 3 m wide lane in the Aachen City Centre is named after him. Works (selection) Kronungsevangeliar – cover by Hans von Reutlingen three seal for the Imperial Court in Vienna, 1497 Majesty seal Maximilians I., 1498 Aachen coin, Frankenberger coin workshop in Burtscheid, 1500 book cover of Reichsevangeliars for Emperor Maximilian, 1500 standing Bishop, 1, Metropolitan Museum of art, 1508 12 bust relief St. Catherine, Maastricht, around 1510 bust relief St. Barbara, ibid. bust relief Martin Holy, ibid. Bust relief unknown Saint, ibid., 1510 monstrance, master character, Aachen (after Coronation of Karl V. on 22 October 1520) choir cloak clasp, 2 Aachen, 1520 k secretion of the Imperial Regiment, 1522 Lambertusbuste, Liege, 1523 Golden Bull Karls V., early Renaissance, 1523 Abbey seal, Aachen, 1528 seal cord knobs, Aachen, 1525/30 Convention seal, Aachen, around 1530 seal of Emperor Maximilians I., late-Gothic small plastic, before 1530 Kreuznacher cross foot with attached cross reliquary of statuette Anna selbdritt, with master-powered silver, 31.1 cm H, Christopherusreliquiar of Tongeren, Tongeren, (train.) Peter statuette, Aachen of resurrected, silver, partial gold-plated, Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg crucifix, Burtscheid show vessel with relief of the resurrected reliquary of the Saint Ursula, silbervergoldet, (train), Heinsberg Pax Panel with Thimotheusreliquien, St. Foillan (Aachen) chalices monstrances monstrance, gilt copper, Hambach district of Julich, in the 2.