Holbein the Younger


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German painter and engraver noted for his portraits

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3) The Body of the Dead Christ in his Tomb (1521-22), one of the most haunting paintings by Hans Holbein the Younger, is housed in the Kunstmuseum Basel, which contains the world's largest collection of the artist's work.
Chamberlain, in Hans Holbein The Younger, lists some of the many editions of the Imagines Mortis that appeared in various parts of Europe in the sixteenth century (212-14).
Stork discussed a number of paintings by Jan van Eyck, Robert Campin, Hans Holbein the Younger, and others to show how optical science and sophisticated image processing techniques can help reconstruct the original setting and light conditions in the Renaissance studios.
The objets d'art in the house are fully as impressive as the paintings: Roman cameos of stunning beauty and red intaglios sowing scenes of mythology and Roman life, compete for the viewer's attention with figure drawings by Willem Paneels copied from Rubens, by Annibale Carracci, Hans Holbein the Younger, Bernaert van Orley, and Cornelius Bos, retouched by Rubens himself.
The Toledo Museum has in its collection canvases by Hans Holbein the Younger, Rembrandt, Rubens, Poussin, and Fantin-Latour that, judging from the reproductions, could have been substituted with those in the current exhibition with no concomitant diminution in quality.
Successive chapters of the volume address the following topics: cultural and theological settings; Matthias Grunewald; Albrecht Durer; Lucas Cranach the Elder; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Hans Holbein the Younger, Hans Baldung Grien, and Albrecht Altdorfer; Protestant iconoclasm and Roman Catholic response; and concluding thoughts on the Reformation legacy with respect to religion and art.
restricts lengthy discussion of artists to seven individuals: six German artists (Matthias Grunewald, Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Hans Holbein the Younger, Hans Baldung-Grien, and Albrecht Altdorfer) represent the artistic-theological developments north of the Alps; but only one artist, Michelangelo, who worked primarily in his native Florence and in Rome, is chosen to represent those same developments south of the Alps.
We know the dignified and purposeful Erasmus through his portrait by Hans Holbein the Younger.
Additionally, Massing locates parallels between the illustrations in the Demoulins manuscript and those drawings attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger in the 1515 edition of The Praise of Folly, the only illustrations of an Erasmian text extant (before this discovery).
Then there was Nicholas Kratzer, the royal astronomer, and, most particularly, Hans Holbein the younger.
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1543) used red Turkish Bergamas in his paintings so frequently that those rugs came to be known as Holbein rugs.
The focus of this exhibition on the great northern Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger is his first commission, the Darmstadt Madonna.
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1543), most famously known for his portraits of King Henry VIII, was born in Augsburg.