St. Barbara - Hans Holbein the Younger

Barbara - Hans Holbein the Younger 1516 Place of Creation: Germany Style: Northern Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: oil Material: panel Dimensions: 150 x 47 cm

attributed to Cornelis EngebrechtszSaint Barbara and Saint Catherineearly 16th century

maertyrer: “attributed to Cornelis Engebrechtsz Saint Barbara and Saint Catherine early century ”

nihtegale:  The four Cardinal Virtues: Prudence, Strength, Justice, Temperance, c.1510

The four Cardinal Virtues: Prudence, Strength, Justice, Temperance, Catedral de Siena

Hans Burgkmair : St. Barbara (Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister - Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (Germany - Dresden)) 1473-1531 ハンス・ブルクマイアー

Hans Burgkmair : St. Barbara (Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister - Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (Germany - Dresden)) 1473-1531 ハンス・ブルクマイアー

St Barbara, Martin Schongauer, fifteenth century; she is shown with her tower attribute, with its three windows symbolising the Holy Trinity, wearing a martyr's crown. (Art Institute of Chicago)

she is shown with her tower attribute, with its three windows symbolizing the Holy Trinity, wearing a martyr's crown. (Art Institute of Chicago)

Flemish Artist (early 16th century):  St Catherine of Alexandria

Flemish Artist (early century) St Catherine of Alexandria oil on panel; 30 x 21 cm.

Detailed view: E016. Saint Barbara- exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

Detailed view: Saint Barbara- exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

Die Hl. Barbara  Inventar Nr.:	 GK 13 Bezeichnung:	 Die Hl. Barbara Künstler:	Lucas d. Ä. Cranach (1472 - 1553) Datierung:	 um 1510 Geogr. Bezug:	 Material / Technik:	 Lindenholz Maße:	 74,3 x 27,3 cm (Bildmaß) Provenienz:	erworben 1827 auf der Versteigerung Campe, Leipzig.  Katalogtext: Die um 1510 entstandenen Seitenflügel eines Altars, dessen Mitteltafel verschollen ist, waren beim Erwerb auf die Flügelaußenseiten des Allerheiligen-Altars von Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen (GK 30)…

The Holy Barbara Artist: Lucas d. Cranach - Date: around 1510 Geographic reference: Material: Lindenholz Size: x cm (picture size) Provenance: acquired 1827 at the auction Campe, Leipzig.

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St. Catherine altarpiece by Lucas Cranach the Elder,1506. Detail

Catherine altarpiece by Lucas Cranach the note the differing necklines and bodices

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