Christ before Pilate by Hans Holbein

“The Passion of the Lord in gray tones” are considered one of the main creations of Hans Holbein the Elder. The cycle was named after the gray monochrome color scheme,

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Do not touch me! by Hans Holbein

The painting depicts the moment of the meeting of Christ with Mary Magdalene. Maria – in Christian traditions a woman from Galilee, one of the myrrhbearers. According to the Gospel

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Saint Ursula by Hans Holbein

Saint Ursula, the heroine of the Christian legend, widespread in the Middle Ages in Western European countries. According to legend, Ursula, the daughter of the British king, was famous for

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Self-Portrait by Hans Holbein

Hans Holbein the Younger was born in the family of the artist and it is therefore quite natural that his initial training took place in the workshop of his father

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Prayer for the Cup by Hans Holbein

“The Passion of the Lord in gray tones” are considered one of the main creations of Hans Holbein the Elder. The cycle was named after the gray monochrome color scheme,

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Portrait of a Woman by Hans Holbein

In 1516-1529 Holbein intensively worked also on book ornamentation, performing many titles, vignettes, frames, initials for humanistic, and later reformist literature. In them he acts as a first-class decorator, who

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Portrait of Robert Cheesman by Hans Holbein

Robert Cheesman was an influential figure in the county of Middlesex, he was responsible for army training and several times equipped troops for the military campaigns of King Henry VIII.

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Portrait of George Guissé by Hans Holbein

A recognized masterpiece of the English period of Hans Holbein’s work is Portrait of merchant George Guissé. A young merchant sits at a table covered with an expensive oriental carpet.

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Kiss of Judas by Paula Moderzon-Becker

“The Passion of the Lord in gray tones” are considered one of the main creations of Hans Holbein the Elder. The cycle was named after the gray monochrome color scheme,

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Portrait of Bosa van Steenwijk by Hans Holbein

About three-quarters of Holbein’s artistic heritage is portraits. After his move to England in 1532, the artist in general rarely worked in other genres, almost exclusively switching to the creation

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