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Zion Church at Worpswede
There are putti-like angel heads by Clara Westhoff and floral ornaments by Paula Modersohn Becker at the pendentives and the columns, connecting to the ceiling. In 1900 both artists, then still students, had rung the church bells for fun, which was generally understood as a fire alarm, and they were fined. They could not pay and were allowed to perform instead by way of offering these decorative elements to the church.

Zion Church at Worpswede
There are putti-like angel heads by Clara Westhoff and floral ornaments by Paula Modersohn Becker at the pendentives and the columns, connecting to the ceiling. In 1900 both artists, then still students, had rung the church bells for fun, which was generally understood as a fire alarm, and they were fined. They could not pay and were allowed to perform instead by way of offering these decorative elements to the church.