Lucas van Leyden


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Lucas van Leyden

(ˈluːkəs væn ˈlaɪdən)
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(Biography) ?1494–1533, Dutch painter and engraver
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In December, Rugby School made a killing when it sold works that had long been in storage, including a rare Lucas van Leyden drawing
St Jerome and lions are shown in several ways including Lucas van Leyden's of 1521, with a lion licking his toes.
The oldest example was painted nearly 500 years ago and yet, by the miracle of talent, Lucas Van Leyden's A Man Aged 38 still looks remarkably fresh.
image of God as an enthroned old man [in Lucas van Leyden's Last Judgment Triptych] was ...
There is no real pyramid, for example, in the background of Pontormo's Joseph in Egypt, but a Dutch gatehouse with a pyramid-shaped roof borrowed from a print by Lucas van Leyden.
Just decades after their production, such intensely affecting images became the target of Protestant iconoclasts, who destroyed much of what would count as the "Dutch primitives." As an appropriate coda, the exhibition features Lucas van Leyden's Adoration of the Golden Calf, ca.
Among these are works by all the greatest Renaissance printmakers, including Durer, Hans Burgkmair, Lucas van Leyden and Marcantonio Raimondi.
A selection of prints by other artists, including Albrecht Durer and Lucas van Leyden, will further display the adept cultivation of the medium.
Scholars have postulated a relationship between the painting and an allegorical chess game depicted by Lucas van Leyden, which Sofonisba could have known about through an adaptation of it by her teacher, Giulio Campo.
A Young Man Standing, n.d., Lucas van Leyden (1489/94-1533), black chalk, 27.9x13.2cm.
At the same time, outstanding portraits by Lucas van Leyden, Rembrandt, Goya and Cezanne, on loan from the National Gallery, will be displayed at the Barber Institute, which is housed at the University of Birmingham.