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Baldung, Hans

 

(nicknamed Grien). Born circa 1484-S5 in SchwäbischeGmünd(?), Württemberg; died 1545 in Strass-burg (present-day Strasbourg, France). German Renaissance painter and draftsman of the upper Rhine school. He was influenced by A. Dürer, in whose studio he worked from 1502 to 1504, and by M. Neithardt. He spent most of his life in Strassburg. Baldung’s art (portraits and religious compositions) is full of contradictions: Renaissance rationalism is combined with mysticism, and smoothly sculpted forms with broken rhythmic lines. His works include the main altar of the cathedral in Freiburg im Breisgau (1512–16) and Death and the Woman (1517, in the Public Art Collection, Basel).

REFERENCES

Escherich, M. Hans Baldung-Grien, Bibliographie, 1509 bis 1915. Strassburg, 1916.
Curjel, H. Hans Baldung-Grien. Munich, 1923.
Fischer, O. Hans Baldung-Grien. Munich, 1939. Second edition:Munich, 1943.
Hans Baldung-Grien:Ausstellung, 1959[catalog]. Staatliche Kunst-halle, Karlsruhe [1959].
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El mechon de cabello lo tuvo primero el estudiante de Durer, Hans Baldung Grien, quien habia sido aprendiz del maestro de Nuremberg entre 1503 y 1507.
Es esta idea que expresa con un realismo incomparable Hans Baldung Grien en su pintura de 1517 intitulada La joven y la muerte, que se encuentra en el Kunstmuseum de Basel (Suiza) y en la que un esqueleto con pie de macho cabrio, que son simbolos tradicionales de la muerte, tiene abrazada por detras a una joven semidesnuda con la que intercambia un beso.
A discovery and conundrum is an arresting head of a bearded old man, attributed to an anonymous artist in the circle of Diirer's most gifted pupil, Hans Baldung.
Finally, Chapter 8 meditates on the representation of Adam and Eve, and of the fall, in Durer, Lucas van Leyden, Hans Baldung, Rembrandt, and Paradise Lost, and suggests that Milton's poem (especially the couple's creation stories), like the paintings, directs one to reflect not on psychological motives, but on the mystery of the organic human body, and indeed on embodiment itself as--variably fortunate--fall.
La representacion de la prudencia se volvio, asi, entre pintores y grabadores de la talla de Hans Baldung, Cesare Ripa, Hans Collaert y muchos otros, un factor de identificacion comun capaz de trascender barreras geograficas, artisticas y linguisticas al interior de Europa.
German paintings from the likes of Hans Baldung Grien depict women, stark naked, "with mirrors between their legs.
Bilder liefern wichtige Hinweise auf nicht erhaltene Musikinstrumente und vor allem auf das vergangliche Musizierereignis: Walter Salmen unternimmt einen Gang durch die erhaltenen Gemalde des Durer-Schulers Hans Baldung "Grien" Bilder aus dem Hochaltar im Freiburger Munster (1512-1516) und aus Baldungs "Karlsruher Skizzenbuch" zeigen als Quellen fur den zeitgenossischen, durch Virdung 1511 beschriebenen Instrumentenbau u.
Boehrer explores the early stirrings of this in Skelton's "Speke, Parrot" and identifies a similar impulse in the work of artists with reformed connections such as Hans Baldung, whose Madonna with Parrot betrays an quasi-eroticism associated with luxuria, and an anxiety about Catholic doctrine and practice.
A Quevedo le correspondia, como en otros temas, buscar la originalidad en sus creaciones y lo consigue de diferentes maneras pero siempre fusionando lo pictorico y lo literario y, en ocasiones, utilizando la tecnica del pintor, como en el ejemplo del espejo velazqueno (ya anticipado por Tiziano) y en el modelo de Hans Baldung, Las tres edades de la mujer (h.
Cranach had lost his son Hans and his wife Barbara as well as his large fortune; outlived his contemporaries Albrecht Diirer and Hans Baldung and indeed the Electoral State of Saxony.
Overall, the artist's work seems heavily dependent on German art--on Hans Baldung Grien's death imagery, Neue Sachlichkeit's sense of social absurdity, and German neo-expressionist black humor--in its vision of the human condition.
Rather, the works emanating from his series of performance-based pieces called Drawing Restraint, of which there are 18 numbers, or episodes (thus far), are presented in tandem with a selection of Northern Renaissance prints and paintings, most with explicit Christian iconography, from various collections in the surrounding region by the artists Hans Baldung Grien, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Albrecht Durer, Hendrick Goltzius, Urs Graf, Martin Schongauer, and a few others.