Andrea Mantegna
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(c. 1431 – c. 1506), a North Italian Renaissance painter.

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Here are all the paintings of BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
4919 Adam (detail) BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Adam (detail) 1524 Wood Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
4918 Adam fjj BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Adam fjj 1524 Wood, 208 x 83,5 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
63525 Adoration of the Magi BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Adoration of the Magi 1507 Oil on wood Staatliche Museen, Berlin In the centre of the altarpiece the donor, Ernst von Wettin, Archbishop of Magdeburg, brother of Emperor Frederic the Wise, is represented. The side panels depict St George and St Maurice, the latter being the patron saint of the Magdeburg archbishopry.Artist:BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Title: Adoration of the Magi Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - painting : religious
63687 Aristotle and Phyllis BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Aristotle and Phyllis 1513 Woodcut, 330 x 236 mm Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg This picture symbolizes the power of the women by representing the phylosopher Aristotle as he brings on his back his lover, Phyllis. This story was often pictured by Renaissance artists.Artist:BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Title: Aristotle and Phyllis Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : mythological
63688 Crucifixion BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Crucifixion 1511 Chiaroscuro woodcut, 347 x 260 mm Germanisches Nationalmuseum, NurembergArtist:BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Title: Crucifixion Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : religious
4920 Eve   lkioyi BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Eve lkioyi 1524 Wood, 208 x 83,5 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
4921 Eve (detail)  l97 BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Eve (detail) l97 1524 Wood Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
4917 Eve, the Serpent, and Death BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Eve, the Serpent, and Death 1510-12 Panel National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
78797 Hercules and Antaeus BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Hercules and Antaeus 1530(1530) Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 73 x 98 cm (28.7 x 38.6 in) cyf
79474 Hercules and Antaeus BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Hercules and Antaeus 1530(1530) Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 73 x 98 cm (28.7 x 38.6 in) cyf
52226 Mater Dolorosa BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Mater Dolorosa c. 1516 Wood, 153 x 46 cm
4925 Music   dertete BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Music dertete 1529 Oil on pine panel, 83 x 36 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich
4924 Prudence   hhh BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Prudence hhh 1529 Oil on pine panel, 83 x 36 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich
52004 Rest on the Flight to Egypt BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Rest on the Flight to Egypt c. 1514 Oil on wood, 48,5 x 38,6 cm
63690 St Christopher BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans St Christopher 1520 Woodcut, 240 x 163 mm Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg Baldung-Grien's paintings are equalled in importance by his extensive body of drawings, engravings, and woodcuts of an intense vitality.Artist:BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Title: St Christopher Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : religious
52005 St John at Patmos BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans St John at Patmos c. 1515 Oil on wood, 87,3 x 75,6 cm
63691 The Groom Bewitched BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans The Groom Bewitched 1544 Woodcut, 33 x 19,7 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington Hans Baldung was a powerful designer of woodcuts, second only to D?rer in his ability to create an atmosphere in which the familiar becomes strange and eerie. He, like some of his Flemish contemporaries, favoured weird tales of demons and witches, so that many of his scenes deal with diablerie and magic. One of his masterpieces of this genre represents malevolent witches tiding goats in an atmosphere as ominous as that described by Goethe in Faust. We display here the startling representation of a bewitched groom, not only because it is typical of Baldung's favourite subject matter, but because it is so original and inventive. One senses in this artist the same desire to probe the laws and principles of perspective that we find in the earlier Italian masters Paolo Uccello and Piero della Francesca. The fallen groom, daringly foreshortened, with feet extended almost out of the picture and head reaching to the entrance of a second room, recalls a similar experiment of Andrea Mantegna's, the dead Christ in his painting of The Lamentation. The unlucky groom had been caring for his horse when the evil creature appeared at the window on the right and leveled her curse at him. He lies prostrate in a trance. The horse turns his head, obviously sensing something strange. The viewer realizes at once that the artist was as much concerned with his design of picture as with its literary content. On his flat sheet of paper he has succeeded in suggesting deep space: a view that extends from one room into another, and continues through an opening in the back to the open air outside. This print is fairly large and was probably intended as a decoration. The engraved lines are set wide apart except in the back stall, where they are worked into a screenlike effect to suggest a darker area. This is a memorable print, and, for the period, a veritable tour de force.Artist:BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Title: The Groom Bewitched Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : mythological
4916 The Knight, the Young Girl, and Death ddww BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans The Knight, the Young Girl, and Death ddww c. 1505 Oil on wood, 355 x 296 cm Mus??e du Louvre, Paris
4923 The Seven Ages of Woman ww BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans The Seven Ages of Woman ww Oil on oak-wood, 96,5 x 74 cm Museum der Bildenden K??nste, Leipzig
4926 Three Ages of Man and Three Graces BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Three Ages of Man and Three Graces 1539 Oil on panel, 151 x 61 cm (each) Museo del Prado, Madrid
4922 Three Ages of the Woman and the Death  rt4 BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Three Ages of the Woman and the Death rt4 1510 Oil on limewood,48 x 32,5 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
52006 Virgin and Child in a Room BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Virgin and Child in a Room 1516 Oil on wood, 47,9 x 36,6 cm
63689 Witches Sabbath BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Witches Sabbath 1510 Woodcut Germanisches Nationalmuseum, NurembergArtist:BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans Title: Witches Sabbath Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : mythological

BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans
German Northern Renaissance Painter and Printmaker, ca.1484-1545
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