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Collection by Eli San


Lucas Cranach il Vecchio (Kronach, 1472 – Weimar, 16 ottobre 1553)

Eli San
The Feast of Herod / El Banquete de Herodes // 1539 // Lucas Cranach the Elder &… Das Fest des Herodes / El Banquete de Herodes // 1539 // Lucas Cranach der Ältere & Werkstatt // Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Saint John, Martin Luther, German Style, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, 16th Century Fashion, Lucas Cranach, German Outfit, Old Portraits, Landsknecht

l banchetto di Erode, 1539, Kunsthistorisches Museum, rappresenta la vicenda di Erode Antipa, Salomè e Giovanni Battista

Lucas Cranach the Elder, The Suicide of Lucretia, Oil on Panel, Staatsgalerie der neuen Residenz Bamberg, Germany Roman Kings, 1500s Fashion, Lucas Cranach, Digital Archives, Sea Art, Gradient Color, Black Media, 16th Century, Her Hair


Allegorical Portrait of a Lady (Simonetta Vespucci ?) year unknown on canvas 58.5 x 40.5 cm Private collection Simonetta Vespucci (ca. 1453 - 1476) was an Italian Renaissance noblewoman. She was renowned for being the greatest beauty of her age - certainly of the city of Florence. By birth she was a noble lady. At age fifteen or sixteen she married Marco Vespucci, who was a distant cousin of the Florentine explorer and cartographer Amerigo Vespucci. She died in 1476, probably from pulmonary…

Lucas Cranach the Elder - Lucretia (The Royal Collection) ルーカス・クラナッハ Rome, The Queen's Gallery, Lucas Cranach, Royal Collection Trust, Digital Archives, Collaborative Art, Windsor Castle, Museum Of Fine Arts, Art History

Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) and workshop - Lucretia

Lucretia, the virtuous wife of a nobleman, was blackmailed and raped by Sextus Tarquinius. Shamed by the loss of her honour, Lucretia informed her father and husband before stabbing herself (Ovid, Fasti, II, 725-852; Livy, History of Rome, I, 57-9). Her suicide prompted a rebellion which resulted in the foundation of the Roman republic. As the paragon of Roman virtue, Lucretia appears in the bedroom of Sophie of Mecklenburg in Andreas Meinhard’s 1508 description of the decoration of the…