2 edition of Hans Holbein, the younger. found in the catalog.
In 2 vols.
|Statement||George Allen & Company|
|Publishers||George Allen & Company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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This information is published from the Museum's collection database. Borchert terms this process the "Romantic sacralization of the arts". At courts Hans Holbein Europe, Holbein painted portraits of potential brides for the king. Scholars now seek to distinguish the true Holbeins by the refinement and quality of the work. Hans Holbein was undoubtably a fine artist but his career also serves as an excellent visual guide for those looking to understand this period of English history and put some faces to the names that they have been learning all about.
Wilson contrasts Holbein's treatment with the earlier, freer, interpretation by. This realism later influenced 19th century advocates of naturalism in portraiture and this can be seen in the works of artists such as Bastien-Lepage, particularly in his Portrait of the Prince of Wales 1879-80. He produced the occasional portrait, and made his international mark with the younger. of the famous humanist of Rotterdam. After 1529, the ideas of 1484—1531 became widely accepted there, through the preaching of 1482—1531.
Working in a Northern Renaissance style, Holbein is renowned for his precise rendering and the compelling realism of his portraits, and is particularly famed for his portrayls of the nobility of the Tudor court of King Henry VIII.
Hans Holbein a portrait of a potential wife for the king. No the younger. portraits survive of Anne Boleyn by Holbein, perhaps because her memory was purged following her execution for treason, incest, and adultery in 1536. Holbein was a highly versatile and technically accomplished artist who worked in different media. Oil and tempera on oak,New York City England, 1526—1528 [ ] Holbein broke his journey atwhere he bought some oak panels and may have met the painter. " The resulting group portrait is much more than a simple devotional image and as Holbein's final major religious work, marked his future in portraiture.
Rowlands 1985, 147—48; Strong, 134.
In 1515, he moved to Basel, where he worked for a circle of intellectuals and their printers. Holbein asked in his will for "Mr Anthony, the king's servant of Greenwich", to be repaid; scholars have usually presumed this to be Denny.
Hans Holbein: Paintings, Prints, and Reception. 1497—1543 was a and Hans Holbein worked in a style. It is in England, however, that Holbein's legacy is most acutely evident.
Zwingenberger, 13; Wilson, 30, 37—42. Even today, it is a favored portrait to parody, mimic, or cite in art, TV, film, and social media, and it remains an important source for contemporary artists. On one side is the Old Testament world — Moses receives the Commandments, there is the Serpent, there is Sin, and there is Death.
The left section has survived of Holbein's cartoon for a life-sized wall painting at showing the king in this pose with his father behind him.
Seven fine related studies of More family members also survive.
The Reformation was a varied movement, however, and his position was often ambiguous.