John Frederick married Benedicta Henrietta of the Palatinate (14 March 1652 – 12 August 1730), daughter of Edward, Count Palatine of Simmern and Anna Gonzaga, on 30 November 1668. They had four daughters: Charlotte Felicitas (8 March 1671 – 29 September 1710), married Rinaldo III, Duke of Modena
John Frederick Kensett (Cheshire, Connecticut, 22 de marzo de 1816-Nueva York, 14 de diciembre de 1872) fue un pintor estadounidense, representante del llamado luminismo americano Índice 1 Biografía
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John Frederick II died in 1595 and was buried in a large tomb by sculptor Nikolaus Bergner at Morizkirche at Coburg, which his son John Casimir built for him and his wife, Elisabeth. The coffins are today in the crypt beneath the church.
modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata John Frederick Kensett , né le 22 mars 1816 à Cheshire (Connecticut) et mort le 14 décembre 1872 (à 56 ans) à New York , est un artiste peintre et graveur américain . Le Vieux Pin, Darien, Connecticut , 1872, Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Quelques œuvres 3 Galerie 4 Notes et références 5 Annexes 5.1 ...
John Frederick Kensett (March 22, 1816 – December 14, 1872) was an American artist and engraver. A member of the second generation of the Hudson River School of artists, Kensett's signature works are landscape paintings of New England and New York State, whose clear light and serene surfaces celebrate transcendental qualities of nature, and are associated with Luminism.
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Frederick Md. dates back to 1763 and is the oldest catholic church in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. St. John is a vibrant, diverse parish community of over 3,000 families.