Paulus, Melchior. In
the treasury of Cologne Cathedral are ten reliefs with scenes from the
Passion of Our Lord dated 1703-1733; some other works in private
collections in Cologne.
Pendl, Emanuel. Sculptor. Born at Meran, February 23, 1845. Statuettes exhibited in Kunstgewerbe Museum, Berlin, 1894.
Permoser, Balthasar. Born
at Kammer, Bavaria, August 1, 1650; died in Dresden, February 20,
1732. Several works in Grüne Gewölbe, Dresden: "Jupiter and Eagle,"
"Seasons," "Hercules and Omphale"; also very fine crucifixes in
Jakobikirche, Freiburg, and in the Herzogl. Museum, Brunswick.
Persinka, Léon. Born in Paris. Exhibited in Salon, 1909, statuette of St. George, bronze and ivory.
Petel Georg. Born
at Welheim, Bavaria; visited Italy; finally settled in Augsburg where
he worked for the Fuggers and died in 1634. Tankard in
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.
Pfeifhofen, ---------. Living in 1694.
Phidias. Born in Athens between 490 and 485 B. c. Executed the colossal gold and ivory statues of Zeus at Elis (451 β. c.) and of Athena at Athens (438 β. α).
Falsely accused of purloining some of the gold for the latter statue,
he exonerated himself by having the gold adornments, weighing 44 Attic
talents (about 2,500 pounds), removed and reweighed, but on a later
accusa-tionof having depicted his own features and those of Pericles on
the shield of the goddess, he was again cast into prison, where he died.
Phiixippe, Adrien. Wristguard in Wallace Collection dated 1608.
Phillips, Paul. Born in Germany. Exhibited two works in bronze and ivory in Salon of 1909, "Farniente" and "Grace et Force."
Pichler, Johann. Born in the Tyrol about 1700. Figures and groups of jugglers and mendicants.
Pisano, Giovanni. Fifteenth to sixteenth century. A madonna attributed to him.
Pisano, Nino. Sculptor of fourteenth century; died before 1368. Son of Andrea Pisano.
Planzone, Filippo. Born in Nicosia; flourished until 1636. Called Ή Si-