Jan Thorn Prikker
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|Jan Thorn Prikker|
June 5, 1868|
|Died||March 5, 1932
Johan Thorn Prikker (June 5, 1868, The Hague - March 5, 1932, Cologne) was a Dutch painter and designer in the Art Nouveau style. He was an important figure in religious art, best known for his stained glass windows. His most famous painting is the mystical The Bride (1893), in the Kroller-Muller Museum, Otterlo. A large stained glass window, The Artist as Teacher of Trade and Industry (1911), is in the entrance hall to Hagen Hauptbahnhof.
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