Hans Acker

Hans Acker (c. 1380 – 1461, Ulm) was a German stained glass artist. Members of his family also practiced the art, including Jacob Acker the Younger and Jacob the Elder. He is best known for a series of six stained glass windows, dating to the 1430s, in the Ulm Münster Lutheran church, each illustrating numerous scenes of the Bible.

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Categories: 1380s births | 1461 deaths | German stained glass artists and manufacturers | 15th-century German artists | People from Ulm | German artist stubs

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