Martin Luther entering the Town Hall at Worms, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 224
Original, L. Clasen. As he drew near the door which was to admit him to the presence of his Judges, he was met by a valiant knight, Geo. Frundsberg, who touched him upon the shoulder and kindly said, "my poor monk, my poor monk, thou hast a march and a struggle to go through, such as neither I nor many other captains have seen the like in our most bloody battles, but if thy cause be just, and thou art sure of it, go forward in God's name and fear nothing% He will not forsake thee." [P. 10.]
Catalogue of Paintings, Engravings, &c. &c. at the Picture Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. Sixth Annual Exhibition, 1858. Baltimore: Printed by John D. Toy, corner of Market and St. Paul Streets.