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Eramus of Holbien by HANS HOLBEIN, The Younger (German School)

Eramus of Holbien by HANS HOLBEIN, The Younger (German School)

Eramus of Holbien by HANS HOLBEIN, The Younger (German School) THE delineation of character is the distinguishing contribution of German art. It dominates portraiture and is conspicuous in the most imaginative religious pictures: in Durer’s Four Apostles; in Holbein’s one great work for the Roman Church, This Original Bookplate Print may still be for Sale …

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The Crucifixion MATHIAS GRUNEWALD

The Crucifixion by MATHIAS GRUNEWALD (German School)

The Crucifixion by MATHIAS GRUNEWALD (German School)   No artist ever saw a man crucified, yet thousands have painted the Crucifixion. The great Italians, consciously seeking the union of spiritual and formal per­ fection, achieved a decorative grandeur in which the subject was separated from the emotions of living men; the medieval artists, concentrating on …

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