Hans Baldung

Self-portrait, 1516 (detail from the High altar of [[Freiburg Minster]]) Hans Baldung (1484 or 1485 – September 1545), called Hans Baldung Grien,}} (being an early nickname, because of his predilection for the colour green), was a painter, printer, engraver, draftsman, and stained glass artist, who was considered the most gifted student of Albrecht Dürer and whose art belongs to both German Renaissance and Mannerism.

Throughout his lifetime, he developed a distinctive style, full of colour, expression and imagination. His talents were varied, and he produced a great and extensive variety of work including portraits, woodcuts, drawings, tapestries, altarpieces, and stained glass, often relying on allegories and mythological motifs. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Wescher, Paul
Published in Der Cicerone <Leipzig> (1928)
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by Boudreau, Linda Hults
Published 1978
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by Boudreau, Linda Hults
Published 1982
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by Koerner, Joseph Leo
Published 1991
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Published 2019
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Published 2019
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Published 2008
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