This portrait of Martin Luther suggests that he is a saint. The softness in his brown eyes and his kind lips that are drawn into a sweet grin contribute to his saintly appearance. His "niceness" also adds to it.
This picture definitely represents Martin Luther as a saint. Luther is pictured in a stain-glass window wearing robes. The picture was cropped a little so you cannot see the cross on the right side. This makes Martin Luther saint-like because this glass is probably in a church and he is portrayed right next to a cross.
In this picture, Martin Luther is nailing up his 95 Theses to a church door. He is portrayed as a saint here because he has a large group of followers next to him who are in awe. There is also a "holy" light shining down upon him which makes him seem more saint-like.
This picture reflects that Martin Luther is not a saint. He has a stern expression on his face while he nails his 95 Theses to the church door. He is also holding a menacing looking hammer which further suggests his non-saint like appearance.
This picture depicts Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the door of the church. The people around him look at Luther suspiciously and with confusion. This portrays Luther as a commoner and not a saint because the people around him do not seem to like him.
This picture of Martin Luther showing two men his 95 Theses and pointing to it makes Martin Luther not seem saint-like. The colors in this painting are dark and the expression on Luther is menacing. The man on the left stares at him in awe while the man on the left has a look of disbelief. The shows that Martin Luther isn't a saint because there is no "holy" part of the painting.