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The 363 Artworks of Lucas Cranach The Elder

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Lucas Cranach The Elder - The Rest on the Flight into EgyptThe Rest on the Flight into EgyptLucas Cranach The Elder

The Virgin has settled down to rest in a meadow on the edge of a forest. Supported by her, the child Jesus reaches out for the strawberries which an angel is offering him. Another angel is drawing water from a spring, a third is bringing a bird, while others sit in the grass and make music. Joseph, ...

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Germany)
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Lucas Cranach The Elder - A Princess of SaxonyA Princess of SaxonyLucas Cranach The Elder

There is a companion piece showing a prince. The two children, dressed in characteristic Saxon costumes of the finest type, have been thought to be brother and sister, perhaps the children of Duke George the Bearded. The crown worn by the boy, however, signifies his engagement to be married, and the...

National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States)
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Lucas Cranach The Elder - Adam and EveAdam and EveLucas Cranach The Elder

To the rigorous, perfectly Renaissance Dürer, troubled by the question of the proportions of the human body, Cranach, in his nudes, responds by freeing himself from every rule and from any observation of anatomical accuracy. His figures are elongated out of all proportion, seem boneless and are show...

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Lucas Cranach The Elder - Reclining NymphReclining NymphLucas Cranach The Elder

Translation of the inscription upper left: 'I am the nymph of the sacred fountain. Do not interrupt my sleep as I am resting.' In addition to religious subjects and portraits, Cranach also painted mythological scenes which drew on the new Protestant thinking, resulting in some very unusual interpret...

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Lucas Cranach The Elder - The Judgment of ParisThe Judgment of ParisLucas Cranach The Elder

The Kiss is probably Gustav Klimt’s most famous work. It is also the high point of the artist’s Gold Period, which was characterized by his use of gold leaf in his work. This painting is one in which Klimt deviated from his portrayal of dominant in women in the form of a femme fatale. Instead is the...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)