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Schongauer

Martin . ?1445--91, German painter and engraver
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Alas, by the time Drer arrived in Coman in 1493 Schongauer had just died, so the young man worked for a time illustrating books in Basle and Strasbourg, producing woodcuts for Ship of Fools by Sebastian Brant.
Some of the artists to look for are Martin Schongauer, Quentin Massys and Hieronymus Bosch.
The drawings are: the Holy Family, by Niccolo dell'Abbate; Nicholas Blakey's An Allegory on Poetic Inspiration with Mercury and Apollo; Virgin and infant Christ, adored by St Elizabeth and the infant St John, by Martin Johann Schmidt; and St Dorothy with the Christ Child, by a follower of Martin Schongauer.
5), for instance, was painted at the Court of Rudolf II in Prague, while a beloved carving of Saint Anne with the Virgin and Child ('Anna Selbdritt') by the Master of the Schongauer Retable is South German (Fig.
The result was that the thinly painted surfaces seem to glow, almost like oil-stained water--and very much like the art of early masters of oil painting who worked in Holland, Flanders and Germany, such as Martin Schongauer, Quentin Massys and Hieronymus Bosch.
Having said that, Hey is a relatively minor, even provincial figure, if one considers that he was painting in the same years as Mantegna in Mantua, Botticelli in Florence, and Schongauer in Colmar.
The source for the main figures here is a sculpture by Nicolaus Gerhaert in the Bode Museum, Berlin; the two angels parting a curtain recall an engraving of Christ by Schongauer.
Like his compatriots Martin Schongauer and Tilman Riemenschneider, Memling was addicted to the production short-cuts pattern books could provide.
St Dorothy with the Christ Child by a follower of Martin Schongauer (d.
A ravishing selection of early drawings, most not reproduced in the accompanying book, from the collection at Schloss Wolfegg include a design for a nautilus cup by Holbein the Younger, a landscape study by Perino del Vaga and engravings by Pollaiuolo, Schongauer, Durer and Cranach.