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Schongauer

Martin . ?1445--91, German painter and engraver
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According to Condivi, when given a copy of Schongauer s engraving by Francesco Granacci, Michelangelo "copied it on a wooden panel; and, having been provided by Granacci with paints and brushes, he composed it in such a way and with such differentiations that it not only aroused wonder in anyone who saw it, but it also, as some would have it, aroused jealousy in Domenico [Ghirlandaio], the most esteemed painter of that time, as was to be quite obvious later in other ways.
Eric Rowan once said of his work: "Grainger creates a world of the imagination; a world in which ivory towers mingle with hot dogs; where the ideas of Breughel and Schongauer keep company with the tracks of snails and slugs; and in which medieval machines are contrasted with letters to a friend.
Detail from the Martin Schongauer painting, The Agony in the Garden, part of the Walker Art Gallery's Roscoe Collection Code: eb160908aroscoe-3; Greenhill Nursery gardeners Peter Morland, left, and Gerrard Weaver, two of Jyll Bradley's subjects at the Walker exhibition; and, inset, a picture from Ms Bradley showing the state of some of the gardens' records Pictures: EDDIE BARFORD/eb160908aroscoe-6, left, and eb160908aroscoe-5, inset; May 28, 1963, Cllr Ruth Dean, Alderman A Griffin, and Cllr Marion Brown admiring the tropical plants at Harthill Estate Botanic Gardens, during the annual inspection by Liverpool Parks and Gardens Committee
Por la misma epoca, Martin Schongauer experimentaba con las posibilidades narrativas del grabado, convirtiendolo en "obra de arte" con su uso del claroscuro y otras tecnicas pictoricas.
And there are prints by Martin Schongauer and Albrecht Durer, dating from around 1470 and 1505 respectively.
Pichore emerges as an artist who was incredibly flexible and innovative in incorporating the innovations of Schongauer and Durer as he adapted to the medium of the metal cut.
Venus and Cupid (1525) by Lucas Cranach the Elder was bought for pounds 2,100,00 and Maria Lactans: The Virgin and Child Crowned by Angels in a Window Embrasure by Martin Schongauer was purchased for pounds 900,000.
One was the traditional German Gothic style of Martin Schongauer and Matthias Grunewald and the other, newer, style of the Italian Renaissance, as found in the work of Giovanni Belini, Andrea Mantegna and Raphael.
(49.) Hubert Vogel, Der gro[beta]e Schongauer Hexenproze[beta] und seine Opfer: 1589-1592, published by the city of Schongau, 1989, p.
Cort's work visually echoes the characteristically beautiful engraving (late-fifteenth-century) by Martin Schongauer (fig.