German painter and graphic artist Hans Baldung worked in Durer’s workshop and experienced his influence. Wrote a series of paintings depicting nude figures depicted in full length. The painting of Hans Baldung is reminiscent of the works of the masters of the Italian Renaissance, but it has, however, the rigidity inherent in Northern European art. The moralizing of Baldung on the subject of the frailty of human flesh was expressed in his enthusiasm for the plot “Girl and Death.” Hans Baldung also wrote pictures full of mystical mood on biblical subjects.
In the last years of his life, Baldung found interest in the image of a naked human body. The main work of the artist is the iconostasis of the Freiburg cathedral. In drawings and prints on the tree Baldunga created a special manner of transmitting chiaroscuro with contrasts of bright glare.