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John Frederick the Magnanimous, Elector of Saxony
Oil on panel. 1533
Cranach The Elder, Lucas (Workshop Of)
John Frederick the Magnanimous, Elector of Saxony
Oil on panel. 1533
Cranach The Elder, Lucas (Workshop Of)

This painting was made following the Mechanised procedures used by various German workshops in the 16th century, including that of Lucas Cranach. Between 1532 and 1533 Cranach produced 120 similar portraits of Electors of Saxony, commissioned by John Frederick following his ascent to the title in 1532 and which Cranach’s numerous activities (as Burgomaster of Wittenberg, publisher and pharmacist)

The Virgin with the Child, Saint John and Three Angels
Oil on panel. 1536
Cranach The Elder, Lucas
The Virgin with the Child, Saint John and Three Angels
Oil on panel. 1536
Cranach The Elder, Lucas

One of Cranach´s customary compositions with the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child on her lap. Jesus takes some grapes from the hands of young Saint John while three angels hold a finely wrinkled red cloth behind them, forming a sort of canopy. A landscape at the upper left of the painting recalls the artist´s training in the Danube school. This work is outstanding for its firm drawing, the pre

Hunt at the Castle of Torgau in Honour of Charles V
Oil on panel. 1544
Cranach The Elder, Lucas
Hunt at the Castle of Torgau in Honour of Charles V
Oil on panel. 1544
Cranach The Elder, Lucas

A hunting scene characterized by a very developed landscape castle of Hartenfels in Torgau (Saxony). Among those taking part are the Emperor Charles V and John Frederick the Magnanimous, Elector of Saxony (at the lower left), together with the latters wife, Sibylla of Cleves (on the right, dressed in red). The hunt never actually took place and the painting is in fact an allegory of good governmen

Hunt at the Castle of Torgau in Honour of Ferdinand I
Oil on panel. 1545
Cranach The Elder, Lucas
Hunt at the Castle of Torgau in Honour of Ferdinand I
Oil on panel. 1545
Cranach The Elder, Lucas

Among the hunters depicted here are Ferdinand I, King of the Romans, on the left in the foreground, and the Elector of Saxony in the centre. On the other side of the river and holding a crossbow is the Electors wife Sibylla of Cleves. The episode takes place near the castle of Hartenfels in Torgau (Saxony) where the Elector, a supporter of the Reformation, had the first Lutheran church built. Ferd

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