Otto Münch (1885–1965) was a German artist.
The bronze doors of the Grossmünster in Zürich, Switzerland, are considered to be his most important work. The reliefs on the south portal, showing Reformation scenes and other images of the history of the Grossmünster, were created in 1935–1938. The ones on the north portal, showing Biblical scenes, were finished in 1950.
Charlemagne on the bronze doors by Münch (1935)
Huldrych Zwingli on the bronze doors by Münch (1935)
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