Sir Thomas More – (Hans Holbein The Younger) Poprzedni Następny


Tematy: Men

Data: 1527

Rozmiar: 75 x 60 cm

Muzeum: Frick Collection (United States)

Technika: Tempera

Portrait of Sir Thomas More is a 1527 commissioned painting on oak by the German artist and printmaker Hans Holbein the Younger. The work was created during the period from 1526 when Holbein lived in London. While there, he took the friendship of the Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus, who recommended that he befriend More, then a powerful, knighted speaker at the English Parliament. Today the painting is best known for its realism, and for the mastery of color Holbein displays in the hanging green drapes, and deep reds of the sitter's sleeves.

This artwork is in the public domain.



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