"One of the most versatile artists of the German Renaissance and a close friend of Martin Luther, Lucas Cranach the Elder is the archetypal painter of the Reformation."--P.  of cover.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 388-392) and index.
"This edition first published on the occassion of the exhibition 'Cranach,' Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, 23 November 2007 - 17 February 2008; Royal Academy of Arts, London, 8 March - 8 June, 2008."--T.p. verso.
"Translation from the German"--T.p. verso.
The smile of the Madonna : Lucas Cranach, a serial painter / Bodo Brinkmann
'... that you paint with wonderful speed' : virtuosity and efficiency in the artistic practice of Lucas Cranach the Elder / Gunnar Heydenreich
'The Italians, who usually pursue fame, proffer their hand to you' : Lucas Cranach and the art of humanism / Mark Evans
Cranach's paintings of charity in the theological and humanist spirit of Luther and Melanchthon / Dieter Koepplin
With Cranach's help : counter-reformation art before the Council of Trent / Andreas Tacke
Cranach's contact with the Netherlands : pointers from a journey observed / Werner Schade
The veil of Venus : a metaphor of seeing in Lucas Cranach the Elder / Elke Anna Werner.
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