Fridolin Leiber

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A line-for-line illustration of the Lord's Prayer in German, with the Trinity in the central column surrounded by mostly Biblical scenes, by Fridolin Leiber, 19th century.

Fridolin Leiber (1853 in Niedereschach – 1912 in Frankfurt) was a German painter who produced a number of popular religious prints.

He worked for art publisher Edward Gustav May in Frankfurt and his first works for May were depictions of saints. Leiber signed his work either with his full name or with his initials "F. L."