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Cra·nach

 (krä′näKH), Lucas Known as "the Elder." 1472-1553.
German painter and engraver noted for his many portraits and religious works, some of which depict the theological views of his friend Martin Luther.
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Cranach

(German ˈkraːnax)
n
(Biography) Lucas (ˈluːkas), known as the Elder, real name Lucas Müller. 1472–1553, German painter, etcher, and designer of woodcuts
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Cra•nach

(ˈkrɑ nɑx)

n.
Lucas ( “the Elder” ), 1472–1553, German artist.
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The spread of the exhibition allows one to trace the evolution of Cranach's work.
Cranach's 'Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden', 1530: at the Courtauld.
English owner Diana von Cranach. has filled the property with carefully chosen pieces from her travels.
They include Portrait of Mrs Baldwin (1782) by Sir Joshua Reynolds, Lot and his Daughters (c1530) by Lucas Cranach the Elder and rare sculpture Female Saint (c1515-20) by Tilman Riemenschneider.
'Terry has always had a very strong interest in British political and military history - he was six when the bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and hearing the news of that has really stayed with him throughout his career.' There are also many art-historical references - the first-world-war paintings are titled Drer, Grnewald and Cranach, as well as Brecht.
Thankfully, strategically placed fig leaves and Christine's long blonde wig spared their (and our) blushes when they posed for GQ magazine for its version of the masterpiece by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Invented just two years earlier and first seen in the color prints of Lucas Cranach the Elder and Hans Burgkmair, [194] the use of a second woodblock to add color t o the traditional black and white print made it possible to create a dramatic night scene that heightened the emotional charge of the print.
The former brings one of Lucas Cranach the Elder's more dramatic compositions of the temptation in Eden--Adam lies on the grass, stretching to take the apple from Eve, who sits upright, her features mirrored by the mermaid-like serpent that coils around the tree behind her (Fig.
The ex-Spice Girl has selected 16 portraits, from Sir Peter Paul Rubens to Lucas Cranach the Elder.