Collection: Lucas Cranach the Elder

Lucas Cranach the Elder was one of the most important German painters, graphic artists and printers of the Renaissance. From 1505 he was court painter at the Electoral Saxon court under Frederick the Wise, John the Steadfast and John Frederick the Magnanimous. In addition to numerous altarpieces and allegorical paintings, he and his workshop also produced a large number of portraits of his employers and the reformers Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon. The Cranach workshop, which is believed to have left around 5,000 paintings, was continued by his son of the same name, Lucas Cranach the Younger.

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