2 edition of Hans Holbein the younger found in the catalog.
Hans Holbein the younger
Ford Madox Ford
|Statement||by Ford Madox Hueffer.|
|Series||The Popular library of art|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 177,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
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The following are portrait sketches believed to be by Hans Holbein the Younger that are in the Royal Collection. Holbein is one of the most well known artist of his time, especially in Tudor England. His portraits are some of the best of the best. The details are amazing and truly admirable. Luther’s Hymn Book (detail), Hans Holbein the Younger, The Ambassadors, , oil on oak, x cm (The National Gallery, London, photo: Steven Zucker, CC BY-NC-SA ) The globe, however, does not refer to the upheaval that resulted from the Reformation, but it does call to mind other types of transformations then taking place.
The Royal Collection in the UK has one of the best collections of Hans Holbein the Younger sketches. The artist himself passed away in London after contracting the plague. He had been living in the country for around eleven years at that time, explaining why much of his preparatory work remains here today. Hans Holbein the Younger, The Ambassadors, , oil on oak, x cm (The National Gallery, London) One of the most famous portraits of the Renaissance is without question Hans Holbein the Younger’s The Ambassadors from Even today, it is a favored portrait to parody, mimic, or cite in art, TV, film, and social media, and it.
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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Hans, the Younger Holbein (c. - between 7 October and 29 November ) was a German artist and printmaker who worked in a Northern Renaissance style.
He is best known for his numerous portraits and his woodcut series of the Dance of Death, and is widely considered one of the finest portraitists of the Early Modern Period. Holbein Holbein - image 1 Holbein - image 2 Holbein - image 3 Holbein - image 4 Holbein - image 5 Holbein - image 6 Holbein - image 7 Renaissance Presence.
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–) was a German artist and printmaker who worked. 'The Ambassadors', also from this period, depicts two visitors to the court of Henry VIII. 'Christina of Denmark' is a portrait of a potential wife for the king.
Holbein was born in Augsburg in southern Germany in the winter of He was taught by his father, Hans Holbein the Elder. He became a member of the Basel artists' guild in Author: Hans Holbein The Younger. Hans Holbein’s Dance of Death (–5) The Dance of Death by the German artist Hans Holbein (–) is a great, grim triumph of Renaissance woodblock printing.
In a series of action-packed scenes Death intrudes on the everyday lives of thirty-four people from various levels of society — from pope to physician to ploughman. Hans Holbein the Younger, (born /98, Augsburg, Bishopric of Augsburg [Germany]—diedLondon, England), German painter, draftsman, and designer, renowned for the precise rendering of his drawings and the compelling realism of his portraits, particularly those recording the court of King Henry VIII of England.
Holbein was a member of a family of important artists. of over 2, results for. A repeated series of the 41 wodblocks follows the reprinted work and contains English translations of the quotations and verses. (Key Words: Hans Holbein the Younger, Art History, Death, Woodcuts,Werner L. Gundersheimer).
book. Seller Inventory # X1. More information about this seller | Contact this seller Hans Holbein the Younger, The Ambassadors,oil on oak, x cm (The National Gallery, London). View this work up close on the Google Art Project. Hans Holbein the Younger (), remembered today for his insightful portraits, was better known in his own time for his varied and extensive graphic works, the most celebrated of which was The Dance of Death.
This work, from the woodblocks of collaborator Hans Lützelburger, was first published in book /5. "This volume contains nearly the entire creative output of Hans Holbein the Younger's Basel period, i.e. the productive and innovative years between and In contrast to his later work in England, where he was active primarily as a portraitist and a designer at 3/5(1).
Hans Holbein the Younger was a German painter and printmaker who worked in a Northern Renaissance style, and is considered one of the greatest portraitists of the 16th century.
He also produced religious art, satire, and Reformation propaganda, and he made a significant contribution to the history of book design. Lady Grace Parker, Hans Holbein the Younger (–43). Photo credit: Royal Collections Trust.
King George II kept his book of Holbein drawings in Author: Francesca Ramsay. Hans Holbein the Younger (German: Hans Holbein der Jüngere) (c. – between 7 October and 29 November ) was a German artist and printmaker who worked in a Northern Renaissance style.
He is best known as one of the greatest portraitists of the 16th century. “The Ambassadors” by Hans Holbein the Younger “The Ambassadors” by Hans Holbein, the Younger, is a masterpiece of grand size but highly detailed and full of symbolism.
Created in the Tudor Period in the same year Elizabeth I was born, this double portrait. Hans Holbein the Younger was an artist, draftsman, and designer from the Holy Roman Empire. Known for his Northern Renaissance style, Holbein is widely regarded as one of the greatest portraitists of the 16th century.
He had also done religious art, satire, and Reformation propaganda and prolifically contributed to the history of book design. 10 Works By Hans Holbein The Younger You Should Know It is through the eyes of Hans Holbein the Younger that we see many of the figures of the court of Henry VIII.
Like van Dyck in the next century, he is known largely as a documenter of the figures of the Royal Court in : Matthew Keyte.
The Ambassadors from is Hans Holbein the Younger's most famous painting and is also amongst the highlights of the National Gallery's collection in London, taking a prominent position within its permanent display.
Hans Holbein the Younger’s “The Ambassadors” of is well known for its anamorphic image of a skull in the foreground, but upon close perusal, the objects on the table between the two subjects prove just as fascinating.
To start with, the painting memorializes Jean de Dinteville, French ambassador to England, and his friend, Georges de Selve, who acted on several occasions as French. Erasmus (/9 - ) was one of the most famous writers of his day and one of the most admired humanist scholars.
In this portrait the artist has tried to surround the sitter with items which reflect his interests and profession. This idea was developed further in Holbein's 'The Ambassadors'.A Latin couplet on the book on the back shelf, perhaps by Erasmus himself, praises Holbein's skill.Designed by Hans Holbein the Younger c– Published The Rijksmuseum.
Two Studies of the Left Hand of Erasmus of Rotterdam; Study of the Right-Hand Writing Hans Holbein the Younger, The Louvre, Paris The Picture Art Collection / Alamy Stock Photo.
An Unidentified Woman Hans Holbein the Younger, c The Royal Collection.Hans Holbein the Younger A solemn woman wearing a soft cap of dense white fur sits with a red squirrel in her lap and a glossy-feathered starling at her shoulder.
Common pets in the fifteenth-century, these animals also have a symbolic meaning and serve as clues to the sitter’s identity.