Wood Baking Mold Art Print No.23
Contemporary Kitchen Wall Art Prints
Although this original one-of-a-kind wood relief carving of EMPORER CHARLEMAGNE has been sold, we think you will agree, this exquisite work of art is a classic art print to decorate your traditional kitchen or to add warmth to the decor of your updated contemporary kitchen as part of a collection or by itself.|
Kitchen Wall Art Print #23
Shop online below for art prints, canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, art posters and art cards in many sizes at prices to suit every budget. Update your kitchen and dining room decor with a stylish arrangement of a delightful collection of framed cookie mold art prints or canvas prints. Magnificent elegant warmth for your updated country kitchen decor and sophisticated home-baking ambiance for your contemporary kitchen spaces. Add a touch of class to your commercial bakery, deli or cafe decor with these charming classic wood cookie mold prints. We chose to frame the art prints shown above with a white inside mat and black top mat behind glass and wood frame.|
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CARVED WOOD BAKING MOLD #23
Cookie Mold Carving No.23 - Charlemagne
This magnificent cookie mold of traditional design was expertly hand-carved by my dad, Otto Werner (1923 - 1991). The subject "Carolus Magnus" (Emperor Charlemagne*) is hand-carved in exquisite detail with integrated inlaid metal cookie cutter and is an exceptional example of the artistry of Otto Werner. This very heavy solid piece can not only be put to practical use making a gingerbread cookie but would make a wonderful display, a work of art to be admired. This good-sized mold is very solid and is a lovely addition to this collection of hand-carved cookie baking molds used to shape gingerbread cookies, spekulatius cookies, springerle cookies and Aachener Printen.|
The German city of Aachen (of which Otto Werner was a native) is hugely indebted to Charlemagne (who was born on 2nd April 742) because he built his favorite palace in Aachen. Here he resided and was buried after his death in 814. Charlemagne's vision of a unified Europe is honored to this day with the awarding of the Internationaler Karlspreis (International Charlemagne Award). Among many artistic references to Charlemagne in this city, the Market Fountain with Charlemagne's statue in the Aachen Market Place was built in his honor.
Photographic art prints and canvas art prints of "Oecher" Aachener Printen Formen, hand-carved Cookie mold are available online above.
HAND CARVED COOKIE MOLD #23: CAROLUS MAGNUS|
ORIGINAL CARVING SIZE: 13.5" x 5"x 1.5""
CARVING IS SOLD - PRINTS AVAILABLE ABOVE
Hanne Lore Koehler:|
To all the outstanding contemporary artists below who took the time to visit my website and comment on my dad's work, I am deeply touched by your generous comments and warm welcome into the international community of artists hosted by Fine Art America! Your overwhelming support and selfless promotion are heart-warming. I am honored to get to know you through your art.
Comments by other artists:
Castrop-Rauxel, NR - Germany
Great created work Hanne and a very sweet memory of your father :-) (F/L/T/Su/G+)
Minding My Visions
Cedar Rapids, IA - United States
Super cool carving! Great mold! Neat work your Dad did!! Captured and presented well too!! L/F
Fort Worth, TX - United States
Bluff Siding, WI - United States
Great work Hanne! L/F
South San Francisco, CA - United States
Awesome carving by your dad and great capture and composition by you! Talent runs in your family!
Saint Louis, MO - United States
Enkoeping - Sweden
Although the original one-of-a-kind hand-carved wood baking mold by artist Otto Werner has been sold, you can purchase a canvas print, art print, art poster or metal print of this unique Emperor Charlemagne cookie mold direct from Hanne Lore Koehler artist studio online above.|
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