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Cranach

Lucas , known as the Elder, real name Lucas Müller. 1472--1553, German painter, etcher, and designer of woodcuts
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Melanchthon, Cranach's friend and neighbour, would have been conversant with Lucian's racy Hellenistic works, since Melanchthon was Professor of Greek at the University of Wittenberg.
'Temptation in Eden' is the first exhibition in England to be devoted to Lucas Cranach the Elder (c.
On occasion, melancholia is linked with witchcraft, most notably in Lucas Cranach's paintings where the allegorical figure of Melancholy is accompanied by demonic dream riders in the sky, but these bear no resemblance to Baldung's Bewitched Groom.
1530, Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553), panel, 50.8x38.1cm.
'The Fall of Man' by Lucas Cranach, a 16th-century German depiction of Eden.
Given its subtitle, hefty size, and dust jacket featuring Lutheran artist Lucas Cranach the Younger's Weimar Altarpiece, as well as MacCulloch's own publication history, this assumption would seem well founded.
The curatorial statement mentioned a gloriously diverse range of touchstones, including Jean Genet's strongly political absurdist play Le Balcon (The Balcony), 1956--which examines authenticity, representation, truth, and illusion--as well as the Marquis de Sade and an enigmatic portrait by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Deftly dealing in the social media of that day, Luther's images were broadcast by such renowned German artists as Lucas Cranach, and his philosophy interpreted by such theologians as Melancthon.