Grünewald

[ gry-nuh-vahlt ]

noun
  1. Ma·thi·as [mah-tee-ahs], /mɑˈti ɑs/, Mathias Neithardt-Gothardt, c1470–1528, German painter and architect.

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How to use Grünewald in a sentence

  • Most of these places are inclosed, but the one at the Grunewald was open, and I often used to go there to see the soldiers.

    Germany in War Time | Mary Ethel McAuley
  • Last fall many of the prisoners were employed in cutting down trees in the Grunewald.

    Germany in War Time | Mary Ethel McAuley
  • Directly ahead of him loomed the Grunewald, a splendid tower of white brick and terra-cotta.

  • If any crafty enemy sows dissension among us; turns the sword of comrade against comrade; then falls the Castle of Grunewald!

    The Strong Arm | Robert Barr
  • Now I ask you, can this Castle of Grunewald ever be taken—excommunication or no excommunication?

    The Strong Arm | Robert Barr

British Dictionary definitions for Grünewald

Grünewald

/ (German ˈɡryːnəvalt) /


noun
  1. Matthias (maˈtiːas), original name Mathis Gothardt. ?1470–1528, German painter, the greatest exponent of late Gothic art in Germany. The Isenheim Altarpiece is regarded as his masterpiece

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