The two upper sections show, to the right, the arms of the Dukes of Nassau, who founded Siegen, and to the left, those of the Counts of Sayn-Wittgenstein. At the bottom a miner's lamp and a coppicing hook are depicted, in reference to the mining and charcoal-burning history of the district.
Portrait of a Pop Star as an Artist after Painting for His Own Pleasure for Two Decades, Paul McCartney Ha S Been Persuaded to Exhibit His Work. Louise Jury Explains How It Happened
Apr 25, 1999; SEVENTY paintings by Sir Paul McCartney are to go on public display for the first time next month. The exhibition - a selection...