Why was The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein the Younger painted?
Hans Holbein painted The Ambassadors, but Holbein Ambassadors is not a real painting. Read More
It was painted in England. Read More
The most famous picture of Anne Boleyn was painted by Hans Holbein the Younger. Read More
Hans Holbein the younger traveled around painting portraits. Read More
Hans Holbein the Younger died on 1543-11-29. Read More
G. H. Villiers has written: 'Hans Holbein the younger - 'The Ambassadors'' Read More
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1543) was the son of Hans Holbein the Elder (1460-1524). Both were German painters, though Holbein the Younger was appointed court artist to the court of the English King Henry VIII. Read More
Hans Holbein the Younger was born in about 1497 in the city of Augsburg, in what is now Germany. Read More
Hans Holbein the Younger was born in 1497 in Augsburg, Germany. He died in 1543 in London, the cause of his death is unspecified. Read More
Holbein painted a portrait of Ann of Cleves in 1569, but they had no family relation. Read More
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What media did Hans Holbein the Younger use He was a German artist his father was Hans Holbein the Elder?
He was mainly an oil painter, of course he made drawings as well. Read More
What German and Swiss artist and printmaker working in a Northern Renaissance style regularly painted portraits especially those of royalty in the 1500s?
Hans Holbein the Younger regularly painted portraits, especially those of royalty, in the 1500s. Read More
He painted mainly portraits. Most famous of these are the ones of King Henry VIII. Read More
I wonder if you mean Henry VIII. In that case the answer is Hans Holbein the Younger. Read More
Arthur Bensley Chamberlain has written: 'Hans Holbein, the younger' Read More
Hans Holbein Jr, the one who painted Anne Of Cleves for Henry VIII. Read More
Hans Holbein the Younger was a very popular painter in King Henry VIII's court Read More
Hans Holbein has written: 'Zeichnungen' 'Hans Holbein d.J' 'The masterpieces of Holbein, the Younger (1497-1543)' 'Disegni di Hans Holbein il giovane' 'Initialen' 'Totentanz' -- subject(s): Dance of death, Illustrations 'Holbein's Dance of death ..' -- subject(s): Dance of death 'The paintings of Hans Holbein' -- subject(s): Catalogs 'Hans Holbein' 'Portrait of the merchant Georg Gisze' 'Imitations of original drawings by Hans Holbein, in the collection of His Majesty, for the portraits of illustrious persons of… Read More
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The Dynasty Portrait" or "The Whitehall Mural" The original by Hans Holbein was destroyed in the fire at … 1545 Painted by an unknown artist Read More
Hans Holbein painted some of the most iconis images of Henry VIII and members of is royal court Read More
Jan Van Eyck, Hubert Van Eyck, Pieter Brueghel, Albrecht Durer, and Hans Holbein the younger. Read More
Which painter of the northern European Renaissance was famous for his portraits that captured accurate likenesses and seemed to reveal each subjects personality?
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Two: Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) Hans Holbein the Younger (1492-1543) Read More
In the fictional drama, The Tudors, Lady Ursula Misseldon posed nude for a portrait by Hans Holbein. Read More
Hans Holbein the younger is perhaps the most famous for his portraits of Henry VIII. He painted the ones which show the traditional view of Henry as a huge, magnificent king who was once the most handsome prince in Europe. Although the portraits were painted when Henry was older, ill, and obese, they portray him as he probably saw himself: as a virile, powerful monarch. Read More
He called his 4th wife Anne of Cleves a horse because he thought she looked beautiful because of a painting he saw painted by hans holbein. Read More
Henry VIII's pose, with his right arm bent so that his elbow is thrust forward, conveys confidence and conviction; the positioning of his body forms a rectangle that nearly fills the bottom 3/4 of the picture plane. Also, the variety and textures of the materials in his clothes are intended to convey Henry's extraordinary wealth. Holbein has captured a facial expression in which Henry VII appears wise and intelligent. Read More