LUCAS CRANACH Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure
Lucas Cranach the Elder, born in 1472, was a renowned German painter and printmaker during the Reformation era. He was a close friend of Martin
Luther and a devoted supporter of the Protestant cause. Cranach's art
played a significant role in visually shaping the Reformation movement,
as he produced numerous religious paintings and portraits of key
figures, including Luther himself. His distinctive style, characterized
by vivid colors and attention to detail, made his works highly sought
after. Cranach's artistic contributions not only captured the spirit of
the Reformation but also left a lasting impact on the development of
German Renaissance art.
This Giclée print of Lucas Cranach has been created by Edward Riojas.
Sizes for Giclée Prints:
- 12" x 18"
- 16" x 24"
prints are the archival standard used by museums and galleries to
reproduce fine art. Images are printed on Hahnemuehle fine art paper and
are signed by the artist. Prints are not framed or matted."
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