Ensinger, Matthäus

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Ensinger, Matthäus (c.1390–1463). Son of Ulrich von Ensingen, he worked under his father at Strasbourg and Ulm before moving to Berne, Switzerland, where he designed the Cathedral (begun 1421). He also became master-mason for the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), Esslingen (1429) and the Minster, Ulm (from 1446). Like his father, he ranks high among German medieval master-masons.

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