Lucas Cranach - The suicide of Lucretia.

Lucretia - Lucas The Elder Cranach Gallery - mythological Painting Art

Lucas Cranach the Elder German (Wittenberg), 1472-1553 Oil on wood panel c. 1518 How did 16th century viewers of this panel know which of these saints was which?

Lucas Cranach the Elder German (Wittenberg), Oil on wood panel c. 1518 Saint Catherine, Saint Margaret, and Saint Barbara

Saints Christina and Ottila from the St Catherine Altarpiece, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1506

Lucas Cranach the Elder - Saints Christina and Ottilia Reverses of Shutters (right wing) of the St Catherine Altarpiece in Dresden (Germany), Galerie Alte Meister Oil on linden wood - 123 x 67 cm - National Gallery, London

Princess Sibylla of Cleve by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1526

Portrait of Princess Sybille of Cleves, Wife of Johann Friedrich the Magnanimous of Saxony,

Lucas Cranach der Ältere  - Judith mit dem Haupt des Holofernes, hairdo I am not a fan of seeing the cut off head but I love the rest of it lol

Lucas Cranach der Ältere - Judith mit dem Haupt des Holofernes, hairdo I am not a fan of seeing the cut off head but I love the rest of it lol

Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472–1553),  	 Christiane von Eulenau, 1534  Interesting sleeves and belt on this one.

Century, German Portrait of Christiana Eulenau by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1534 Germany

"Saints Dorothea, Agnes, and Kunigunde" from the St. Catherine Altarpiece triptych, 1506, by Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, 1472-1553).

"Saints Dorothea, Agnes, and Kunigunde" from the St. Catherine Altarpiece triptych, by Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, The small boy is also a Saint but I have not identified him yet.

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