Creator:Matthias Greuter

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Matthias Greuter (1564–1638) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q3299661
Alternative names Matteo (Matthaus, Matthäus, Matthaeus or Matthieu) Greuter
Description

German graphic artist

Alsatian-German-French-Italian engraver, etcher, and publisher
Date of birth/death 1638
Location of birth/death Strassbourg Rome
Work period Baroque
Work location Rome
Authority control

References

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See also

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Localization

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