AYNMILLER Max-Emanuel (Ainmiller)( German painter on glass)
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Biography AYNMILLER Max-Emanuel (Ainmiller)
(1807 - 1870). Was an inspector of the Institute for the resumption of medieval painting on glass. Mastered the technique of making stained glass in such perfection that had 100 - 120 colors and shades. From his works are remarkable: the window for the Regensburg Cathedral (1826 - 1833) and for the Church of the Virgin in Ou, . suburb of Munich (1833 - 1838); window for St. Isaac's Cathedral in St. Petersburg, . the height 9, . 5 m., . demonstrating the technical perfection A.; magnificent windows, . designed by Louis I, to the Cologne Cathedral (1834 - 48); box of William Castle, near Stuttgart, . decorated with flowers (1852); on the window to Regensburg and Augsburg cathedral (1853), six windows for the College of St.,
. Peter's in Cambridge (1854); window in the form of rosettes for the Basel Cathedral, two windows with figures of St.. Peter and Paul Church for the Vatican. The best and most well conceived product A. - 40 windows for the Cathedral in Glasgow, who has written over 100 stories from the Bible and history (executed in 1864 by his son, Henry). Excellent as a picture for the parliament building in Edinburgh (1868), depicting the establishment of the College of Justice (College of justice) King James V in 1532. - The son of A., Henry (1837 - 92), devoted himself to historical painting on glass, he owned: cardboard box for the College of St.. Peter's in Cambridge, a number of figures and compositions for windows in Glasgow Cathedral and t. d. After his father moved from Munich to Salzburg and worked there studying the Renaissance.