Jean Huber was a Swiss painter and silhouettiste (born Geneva, 13 February 1721- died Lausanne 1786)
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“On wings of morning our prayers and devotions are soaring.
All of creation awakens, the Maker adoring.
Join in the song. Harmonies blending along,
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