Egino Weinert - Bronze and Enamel Work
The German artist Egino Weinert (born March 3, 1920 - died September 4, 2012) devoted his life to creating some of the most unique and distinct pieces of liturgical art for spaces of worship around the world including the chapel of the Pontifical Academy of Sacred Music in Rome (which Pope John Paul II said was among the most beautiful he had ever consecrated). Collectors everywhere value Weinert's strong biblical images and the noble materials he uses. Weinert created all of his pieces solely with his left hand after losing his dominant right hand as a young man. For a more complete biography of Weinert, see the cover article by Rev. Leo O'Donovan, S.J., "Art as Mission - The enamel work of Egino Weinert", in the national Catholic weekly magazine "America" (June 23-30, 2003), vol. 188, no. 20, pp.18-20.
Creator Mundi carries a unique selection of Weinert's original enamels in its Denver gallery.
Creator Mundi is the North American importer and distributor for bronze artwork by Egino Weinert.
See Egino Weinert's Biography