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Deutsch: Sonderbriefmarke “Die Ausgrabung der Kreuze” (aus der Serie »Deutsche Malerei«) mit einem Gemälde von Adam Elsheimer ("Frankfurter Kreuzaltar", Predellentafel, 2. von links), Nennwert 55 cent, Maße: 35,00 × 35,00 mm, Hersteller: Giesecke & Devrient, Ausgabetag: 3. Mai 2007. Die Tafelmalerei war Teil des Frankfurter Kreuzaltar; das Gemälde ist im Städel-Museum Frankfurt am Main ausgestellt.
|Source||Deutsche Post AG
|Author||Deutsche Post AG, nach einem Entwurf von Werner Hans Schmidt, Frankfurt am Main.|
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|Adam Elsheimer (1578–1610)|
|Date of birth/death||18 March 1578||11 December 1610|
|Location of birth/death||Frankfurt am Main||Rome|
|Authority control||LCCN: n80131223 | PND: 118810936 | VIAF: 32114360 | WorldCat | WP-Person|
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