Isn’t she lovely? A youthful and pure looking guardian, she is as strong as some of the male ones and is of great comfort to this girl. It is the artistry of Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen October 28 1813 Bremen, Germany – December 4,1886 Berlin, is commonly known as Meyer von Bremen, was a German painter who specialized in Biblical, peasant, and family scenes. He went to Düsseldorf and began his studies at the Academy of Art there, which was led by Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow, the son of sculptor Johann Gottfried Schadow. He is associated with the Düsseldorf school of painting.
In 1841, Meyer opened a studio of his own, but moved to Berlin as his fame increased (1853). While scenes from the Bible were first the subjects of his brush, he later turned his attention more popular life, especially among the Hessian peasantry, and has many works to his credit. One painting, The Letter, Hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She is a wonder example of how God sends His Spirit and His angels to help us trust in Him with all our heart.