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Painting: Portrait of a man

Painting ID: 97180

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Hans Burgkmair:
(1473 - 1531) was a German painter and printmaker in woodcut. Burgkmair was born in Augsburg, the son of painter Thomas Burgkmair and his son, Hans the Younger, became one too. From 1488 he was a pupil of Martin Schongauer in Colmar, who died during his two years there, before Burgkmair completed the normal period of training. He may have visited Italy at this time, and certainly did so in 1507, which greatly influenced his style. From 1491 he was working in Augsburg, where he became a master and opened his own workshop in 1498. Hollstein ascribes 834 woodcuts to him, mostly for book illustrations, with slightly over a hundred being "single-leaf", that is prints not for books. The best of them show a talent for striking compositions, and a blend, not always fully successful, of Italian Renaissance forms and underlying German style. From about 1508 he spent much of his time working on the woodcut projects of Maximilian I until the Emperor's death in 1519. He was responsible for nearly half of the 135 prints in the Trumphs of Maximilian, which are large and full of character. He also did most of the illustrations for Weiss Kunig and much of Theurdank. He was an important innovator of the chiaroscuro woodcut, and seems to have been the first to use a tone block, in a print of 1508.His Lovers Surprised by Death (1510) is the first chiaroscuro print to use three blocks.and also the first print that was designed to be printed only in colour, as the line block by itself would not make a satisfactory image. Other chiaroscuro prints from around this date by Baldung and Cranach had line blocks that could be and were printed by themselves.He produced one etching, Venus and Mercury (c1520),etched on a steel plate, but never tried engraving, despite his training with Schongauer.

Related Paintings to Hans Burgkmair :.
| Camille Pissarro--Rue de l epicerie, Rouen (Effect of Sunlight) | Henri Matisse - Portrait of Greta Moll | Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn024 | Salomon de Bray - The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence | Giovanni Battista Piazzetta--Feeding the Dog | | Field with Haystacks at Giverny | Ruins in Campagna | St John Altarpiece | Slaves working in 17th-century Virginia | Coronation of the Virgin and Adoring Saints |


 


 

 

 

 

 

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