Holbein the Elder

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German painter of religious works (1465-1524)

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With the approach of the end of the fifteenth century, artists such as Martin Schongauer (1450--1491) and Hans Holbein the Elder (1465?
Both a painter and an engineer, he was apprenticed to Hans Holbein the Elder.
It disappeared in the 1700s, except among miniaturists, until it was revived in the first half of the 1800s by artists keen to experiment with a graphic method associated with the creative flowering of the Renaissance --be it in Italy, with Leonardo and Raphael, or north of the Alps with masters such as Rogier van der Weyden, Hans Holbein the Elder and Albrecht Durer.
The exhibition includes superlative examples by the Augsburg artist Hans Holbein the Elder, including a penetrating portrait from Berlin of the banker Jacob Fugger (Fig.
In Breu, as in his Augsburg contemporaries Hans Burgkmair and Hans Holbein the Elder, we can observe a peculiar creative response, parallel to Durer's, to the emergence of an all'antica style in Italy.