NATIONAL GALLERY CATALOGUES

THE GERMAN SCHOOL

BY

MICHAEL LEVEY

PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES

PUBLICATIONS DEPT

THE NATIONAL GALLERY LONDON

MCMLIX

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Foreword 3
  • Explanations 5
  • Augsburg() School, XVI Century 7
  • References: 7
  • Hans Baldung Grien - 1484/5-1545 7
  • References: 9
  • References: 10
  • References: 11
  • References: 13
  • References: 15
  • References: 16
  • Cologne School, XV Century 16
  • Lucas Cranach the Elder - 1472-1553 17
  • References: 18
  • References: 18
  • References: 19
  • References: 20
  • References: General 23
  • Referencics: 25
  • Ascribed to Dürer 25
  • References: 26
  • Style of Dürer 26
  • References: 30
  • References: 36
  • Adam Elsheimer - 1578-1610 38
  • References: 38
  • References: 39
  • References: 41
  • References: 43
  • German School, XVII Century 43
  • References: 44
  • Wolfgang Heimbach - Active 1636-1678 44
  • References: 45
  • Hans Holbein the Younger 1497/8-1543 45
  • Provenance: 45
  • References: 47
  • References: 53
  • References: 56
  • References: 59
  • References: General 60
  • Reproduction: Illustrations, Continental Schools, 1937, P. 194 (recto And Verso). 61
  • Master of the Aachen Altarpiece Active Late Xv-Early XVI Century 62
  • References: 62
  • References: 65
  • References: 68
  • References: 75
  • References: 78
  • References: 79
  • References: - General: the Present Writer in the Burlington Magazine, C, 1958, Pp. 304 Ff. 81
  • References: 84
  • References: 86
  • Master of the London 'throne of Mercy' Active First Half of the XV Century 87
  • References: 89
  • Master of the S. Bartholomew Altarpiece Active Late Xv/Early XVI Century 90
  • References: General 90
  • 707 Ss. Peter and Dorothy 91
  • References: 93
  • Circle of the Master of the S. Ursula Legend 94
  • References: General 94
  • Anton Raphael Mengs - 1728-1779 97
  • References: 97
  • North German School 98
  • Reference: 98
  • Circle of Pacher 98
  • Martin Schongauer - Active 1469-Died 1491 99
  • Style of Schongauer 100
  • References: 100
  • Heinrich Wilhelm Schweickhardt - 1746-1797 102
  • Reference: 102
  • References: 103
  • Provenance: 104
  • South German School, XVI Century 104
  • References: 105
  • Swabian School, XV Century 105
  • Tyrolese School, XV Century 106
  • References: 107
  • Jacob Weier - Active 1645-Died 1670 107
  • References: 108
  • References: 109
  • Appendix 1: - Reconstruction of the Central Panel of the Liesborn High Altarpiece 110
  • Appendix Ii: - The Krüger Collection 112
  • List of Attributions Changed From The Catalogue of 1929 and The Supplement of 1939 115
  • Index to Portraits, Profane And Genre Subjects 116
  • Index to Religious Subjects 117
  • Index of Previous Owners 120
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