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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Hans_CranachHans Cranach - Wikipedia

    Hans Cranach (ca. 1513–1537), also known as Johann Lucas Cranach, was a German painter, the oldest son of Lucas Cranach the Elder. German art historian Johann Christian Schuchardt, who discovered his existence, credits him with an altar-piece at Weimar, signed with the monogram "H. C.", and dated 1537. He died at Bologna in 1537.

  2. 6 feb 2022 · Hans Cranach morì nel 1537 a Bologna, durante un viaggio in Italia. Le poche notizie sul pittore, così prematuramente scomparso, le dobbiamo all’ode funebre composta dall’amico Johan Strigel, dalla quale apprendiamo anche che l’artista era versato soprattutto negli studi umanistici.

  3. Portrait of a bearded Man and Hercules at the Court of Omphale (both Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid) have the monogram “HC” and are his only two signed works. In addition, a number of drawings intended for book illustrations have been attributed to the artist.

  4. Hans Cranach: Hercules am Hofe der Omphale; 1537; Madrid, Fundación Colección Thyssen-Bornemisza. Hans Cranach (* um 1513 in Wittenberg; † 9. Oktober 1537 in Bologna) war ein deutscher Maler und Zeichner .

  5. Hans Cranach here depicts an episode from the life of Hercules, who according to Greek legend murdered his friend Iphitus in a struggle for power and who was thus punished by Hermes, who sold him to the court of Queen Omphale where he had to remain as a slave for three years.

  6. 31 lug 2018 · The son of a painter named Hans Maler, Cranach took his name from Kronach, where he was born in 1472. Little is known of his training or artistic development, but Cranach’s earliest known...

  7. The present panel depicts a half-length figure of a man with a square jaw, clipped beard and crisply defined features. The format, composition and technique are close to that of the Cranach studio in the 1530s but the panel can be identified as a work by Hans Cranach due to the presence of the initials “HC”.