Updated: Sep 1, 2021
The artist Willy Wiedmann worked on his life's work for 16 years: the longest and only painted Bible in the world. And nobody knew about it for a long time. His son Martin did not discover the Bible until after his father's death in the attic. Parts of the Wiedmann Bible could be seen in the Pauluskirche in Stuttgart. It was here that Willy Wiedmann came up with the idea of converting his Bible.
The Wiedmann Bible is the only known Bible that reproduces the entire Old and New Testament in pictures. Parts of it could be seen in March in the Pauluskirche in Stuttgart.
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