Agnes Scherp

Agnes Scherp

Kvinde ca. 1396 - 1433  (~ 37 years)

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  • Navn Agnes Scherp 
    Født ca. 1396  [1
    Køn Kvinde 
    Religion RK  [2
    Død 27 jul. 1433  Nürnberg, Bayern, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  [3
    • Die Frau starb 1433 und ihr Grabstein zeigte nach Angabe des Chronisten als Wappen in Rot eine goldene Glocke.
    Begravet Epitaph St. Lorenz Kirche, Nürnberg Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    • mit der Shrifft: Anno Domini 1433 ahn Sant Jocobs Abent starb Frau Agnes dy Hans Glockengiesserin, For dem Ineren Frauentor, der Gott gnädig sey Amen.
    Notater 
    • I St. Lorenz kirken i Nürnberg findes et malet epitafium for Agnes (Scherp) Glockengieser som døde i 1433.
      Ausstattung von St. Lorenz zu Nürnberg - Kapellen und Wandfelder: 24. Kapelle sXIII: Gemälde: a)Epitaph für Agnes Glockengießer (gest. 1433).
    Person-ID I2783  PGL
    Sidst ændret 22 nov. 2014 

    Far NN. Scherp 
    Familie-ID F4248  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

    Familie Johannes II. Glockengiesser,   f. 1398, Nürnberg, Bayern, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. ml. 16 jun. 1451 og 16 sep. 1451, Nürnberg, Bayern, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 53 years) 
    Gift ca. 1415  [1, 2
    Børn 
     1. Apolonia Glockengiesser
     2. Anna Glockengiesser,   d. 05 maj 1563
     3. Christina Gloggengiesser
     4. Elisabeth Glockengiesser
     5. Kunigund Glockengiesser,   d. 1463
     6. Dimutis Glockengiesser,   d. 1481, Kloster Seligenporten Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
     7. Margret Glockengiesser,   d. 1463
     8. Conrad I. Glockengiesser, der ältere,   f. ml. 1410 og 1421, Nürnberg, Mittelfranken, Bayern. Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. ml. 17 maj 1486 og 19 jul. 1486, Nürnberg, Mittelfranken, Bayern. Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder ~ 76 years)
     9. Conrad II Gnotzhamer Glockengiesser,   f. 1432, Nüernberg, Mittelfranken, Bayern. Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. ml. 16 sep. 1472 og 16 dec. 1472, Nüernberg, Mittelfranken, Bayern. Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 40 years)
    Historier
    Glockengiesserne Den ældste Familiekrønnike.
    Glockengiesserne Den ældste Familiekrønnike.
    Historien om Christoph Glockengiesser og hans familie.
    Oversat fra Richard Wiedamanns: Zur Geschichte des Regensburger Stadtkammerers Christoph Glockengießer und zur Genealogie seines Geslechts.
    Sidst ændret 10 jan. 2020 
    Familie-ID F1072  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

  • Billeder
    Glockengiesser Epitaph i St. Lorenz, Nürnberg.
Infrarødt foto, som viser at kunstneren har ændret placeringen af Jesusbarnets arm.
    Glockengiesser Epitaph i St. Lorenz, Nürnberg. Infrarødt foto, som viser at kunstneren har ændret placeringen af Jesusbarnets arm.
    Schleif and Schier recently were asked to photograph and analyze the Glockengiesser epitaph in St. Lorenz Church in Nuremberg, which was painted shortly after the death of its honoree, Agnes Glockengiesser, in 1433.

    "The epitaph, or memorial painting, depicts the 'Dormition of the Virgin,' or the death of Mary," Schier said. "In this case, infrared photographs were important since the restorers had determined that large parts of the floor but also some of the mantles and tunics had been painted over in the 19th century. During the restorations these added layers were removed. In order to prepare the removal of paint layers it is essential to have information about the layers below."

    Sometimes, whole paintings disappear under new artwork – for example, when Lutheran scenes were painted over Catholic ones after the Reformation.

    "In the 17th century several paintings from the 15th century in Nuremberg churches were completely painted over with new motifs," Schier said. "Restorers had noticed this and they had removed small patches of the surface paint layers at some less obtrusive parts of the paintings. This provided the proof that there were different paintings underneath but of course these approximately 1-by-2-inch patches do not provide any information about the iconography."

    With infrared photography, Schier and Schleif could determine what was under the more modern paint, and then let the restorers decide what to do. In the case of these particular artworks, the restorers are have not yet made a decision about their strategy.

    Infrared images also can give hints into the working of the artist's mind. In the Glockengiesser epitaph, for example, the artist's initial design for the sleeve of Christ's tunic was different from the later execution, Schier said. "The left sleeve was initially drawn much lower. The artist then corrected this and lifted the arm of Christ, and he also made the sleeve much longer.

    "Infrared allows you to look through the painting process. You see the different steps involved in it. You can see the underdrawings," Schleif said. "You can ask the question of who did the underdrawing? Sometimes the master did the underdrawings and apprentices completed the works. You can study the styles of underdrawings, and attribute them."

    The approximate age of a painting can also be revealed through infrared photography, particularly when certain pigment colors are examined.

    For example, if the camera can "see" through the blue, it is almost certainly a paint made of lapis lazuli, not azurite. Lapis was a luxury product since it had to be imported from Afghanistan, while azurite was mined in several locations in Europe. "If I can't get through," Schier said, "it's azurite.

    "I think the basic question about lapis and azurite was how much a donor wanted to spend on a painting. If lapis was used, the donor had a lot of money."

    Possible misunderstandings between patrons and artists also can be detected, as can places in the painting where the artist changed his mind.
    Kilde: Art detectives see behind the paintby Judith Smith
    Monday, 20 June 2011
    Glockengiesser, Johannes II
    Glockengiesser, Johannes II
    Detalje Nederst Agnes Glockengiessers Epitaphium St. Lorenz kirke i Nürenberg.
    Fra v. Hendes ægtemand Johannes II Glockengiesser og deres 2 sønner Conrad I d.æ. og Conrad II Gnotzhamer i højre side Agnes Scherp og døtrene Apolonia, Anna, Christina, Elisabeth, Kunigund og Margret.
    Scharpf, Agnes (Heiratet Glockengiesser)
    Scharpf, Agnes (Heiratet Glockengiesser)
    St. Lorenz zu Nürnberg - Kapellen und Wandfelder: Kapelle sXIII: Epitaph für Agnes Glockengießer (gest. 1433).
    Scherp, Agnes
    Scherp, Agnes
    24. Kapelle sXIII:
    Gemälde: Epitaph für Agnes Glockengießer (gest. 1433)

    Vaaben
    Scherp
    Scherp
    Glockengiesserischen Wappenbuch von 1535

  • Kilder 
    1. [S22] Gedbas, Verrein für Computergenealogie, (http://gedbas.genealogy.net/).

    2. [S181] GFF-CD, (Archiv von Gesellschft für Familienforschung in Franken, 2013).

    3. [S97] Geschichte des Christoph Glockengiesser, Wiedamann, Richard, (Blätter für Frankische Familienkunde. Band 7 - 1957-1960).