The Last Supper by Hans Holbein

Preserved about a dozen, religious paintings Holbein. Most of them relate to the early period of his work and bear a clear imprint of study from the father of the

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Anna Cleves by Hans Holbein

The advanced character of Holbein’s art is also found with great force also in his book graphics. In the Basel years, especially in 1516-1526, he develops extensive activity as a

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Portrait of William Warham by Hans Holbein

William Wearham, before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury, studied law at Oxford and was a lawyer to the Royal Court. Excellent knowledge of law contributed to the fact that in 1494

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Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam by Hans Holbein

Erasmus of Rotterdam, the great Renaissance humanist, himself ordered two portraits of Hans Holbein the Younger. And young, but already well-known 25-year-old portraitist Hans Holbein the Younger brilliantly coped with

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The Jane Seymour Cup by Hans Holbein

The title of a court painter required from Golubeyn intensive work in applied art. There are numerous drawings of the artist, which are sketches of various objects – from the

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Portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein

English King Henry VIII, with whom he linked his fate Holbein, was an extremely controversial figure. Nature generously endowed Heinrich, endowed with excellent abilities for languages, sciences and especially music.

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