Cited as one of the greatest portraitists in Western art history, Hans Hobein the Younger was a pivotal figure of the Northern Renaissance movement counting Henry VIII, Thomas More, Anne of Cleves and Thomas Cromwell among his patrons and subjects.
An in-depth look at his illustrious career and the courtly drama and religious change that shaped it, this book explores the artist's key paintings, studying the masterful draftsmanship and ability to control details and texture in his work.
Part of TASCHEN's basic artist series, it contains a detailed chronological summary of the life of Hobein including an insight into his time in England as the official court painter to Henry VIII, alongside 100 illustrations of his work.
|Dimensions||21.6 x 1.3 x 26.2 cm|
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