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Renaissance England's Painters

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  • 1. Paintings and painters of the renaissance England
  • 2.
    • The transition from Gothic to a classic Renaissance style was slow in England.
  • 3.
    • Religious art of every kind had declined drastically by 1540, with the dissolution of the monasteries and the break with Rome
  • 4. Hans Holbein
    • 1497 Augsburg – 1543 London
  • 5. Religious works
  • 6. Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb
  • 7. Great Dance of the Death
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  • 10. Dance of the Death Alphabet
  • 11. Portraits
  • 12. Erasmus
  • 13. Christina of Denmark
  • 14. Ambassadors
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  • 21. Anne of Cleves
  • 22. Miniatures
  • 23. Catherine Howard
  • 24. Margaret More
  • 25. Designs
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  • 28. Nicholas Hilliard
    • 1547 England – 1619 London
  • 29. Portraits
  • 30. Pelikan
  • 31. Phoenix
  • 32. Miniatures
  • 33. Portrait of a Young Man Among Roses
  • 34. Christopher Hatton
  • 35. The End