Dresden Trinitatisplatz


Fine Art recommended qualities, archival properties 75 years+

  • Image size 16″x20″
  • Double mount (off white colour) with 4″ margins
  • Frame moulding is 40mm wide and 20mm solid wood
  • UV resistant pigment ink
  • Printed on 271gsm resin coated ultra white photographic paper
  • Double mount (off white colour) with 4″ margins
  • Special art glass (water white)
  • Selection of frame colours


  • A canvas wrap is available size 24″x30″ and 30mm deep
  • Black sides
  • Printed on a poly-cotton canvas with UV resistant ink
  • Lacquered for durability
  • Cleanable with a damp cloth


Facts about the image, Dresden Trinitatisplatz

This image of Dresden Trinitatisplatz is another in our series on religious architecture shows the ruins of the church in Dresden’s Trinitatisplatz.

The church at Trinitatisplatz (trinity square) was built by the architect Karl Barth in 1893 and destroyed by allied bombing on 13 and 14 February 1945. Throughout the DDR times the church was gradually cleared of rubble, the towers rebuilt and the bells made functional, today open air church services and concerts are still held in the church ruins. The image is a study of the arched and the two towers at the east end of the church, the main tower and the bells are located at the opposite end of the building.

Having survived only slightly more than half a century the church here in trinity square is a poignant reminder of how destructive modern warfare can be and of the tragedy that unfolded in Europe in the second world war. With only its towers and arches remaining the church is also a testament to the quality of the masonry work undertaken by the Saxon builders at the end of the nineteenth century. As a concession to modern times lightning conductors can be seen running down from the top of each spire.

Additional information

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 133 × 89 × 7 cm
Frame colour

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