Andreas GRYPHIUS (2 October 1616 - 16 July 1664), German poet and playwright. Considered the most significant German Baroque composer of sonnets, he sang about suffering and moral degradation at the time of the war, placing an emphasis on the vanity of human works and desires. Portrait, colored version of an engraving by Hugo Bürkner (1818-1897), Germany 1854

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title: ANDREAS GRYPHIUS

subject date: 2018-01-01

caption: Andreas GRYPHIUS (2 October 1616 - 16 July 1664), German poet and playwright. Considered the most significant German Baroque composer of sonnets, he sang about suffering and moral degradation at the time of the war, placing an emphasis on the vanity of human works and desires. Portrait, colored version of an engraving by Hugo Bürkner (1818-1897), Germany 1854

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image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XVII

subject epoch: Barocco

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