Hans Holbein the Younger Paintings

Hans Holbein the Younger (1497 – 1543) was a German-born artist during the 16th century. He specialized in portraiture, wood engravings, and murals. It is believed that his first art instructor was his father, recognized artist, Hans Holbein the Elder. Holbein the Younger had a keen eye for detail, giving his portraits an accuracy which was nearly unrivaled during his lifetime. He was also the court painter for the infamous King Henry VIII and painted multiple portraits of him.

Paintings by Hans Holbein the Younger in Chronological Order:

     
Death of the Virgin, c.1501 The Agony in the Garden, c.1505 Folly at the Lectern, 1515
Marginal Illustration for Erasmus ‘In Praise of Folly’, 1515 A School Teacher Explaining the Meaning of a Letter to Illiterate Workers, 1516 Dorothea Kannengiesser, 1516
Mayor Jakob Meyer zum Hasen, 1516 Portrait of 34 Year Old Woman, 1516 Portrait of Doprothea Meyer, nee Kannengiesser, 1516
Portrait of Jakob Meyer zum Hasen, 1516 Principles of a Schoolmaster, Teaching Scene for Children, 1516 Signboard for a Schoolmaster, 1516
St. Barbara, 1516 Title page in the form of a Renaissance Niche, 1516 Adam and Eve, 1517
Portrait of Benedikt von Hertenstein, 1517 Presumed Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, c.1517 Leaena Before the Judges, c.1518
Portrait of Bonifacius Amerbach, 1519 St. John the Baptist, c.1519 Design for the Facade Decoration of the Dance House in Basel, 1520
Diptych with Christ and the Mater Dolorosa, c.1520 The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb, 1521 The Humiliation of the Emperor Valerian by the Persian King Sapor, 1521
Head of a Woman, 1522 Oberried Altarpiece, left interior wing – The Adoration of the Magi, 1522 Oberried Altarpiece, right interior wing – The Birth of Christ, 1522
The Solothurn Madonna, 1522 Death and the Miser, from The Dance of Death, 1523 Portrait of a Woman from Southern Germany, c.1523
Portrait of Desiderius Erasmus, 1523 Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam, 1523 Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam Writing, 1523
St. Ursula, c.1523 Studies of the Hands of Erasmus of Rotterdam, c.1523 Title Plate with St. Peter and St. Paul, 1523
Jeanne de Boulogne, Duchess of Berry, 1524 Noli me Tangere, c.1524 Portrait of a Woman, c.1524
The Noble Lady, c.1525 The Passion, c.1525 The Plowman, c.1525
The Rich Man The Queen, c.1525 Anna Meyer, c.1526 Christ as the True Light, c.1526
Lais Corinthiaca, 1526 Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling, c.1527 Musicians on a Balcony, c.1527
Portrait of Lady Mary Guildford, 1527 Portrait of Mary Wotton, Lady Guildenford, 1527 Portrait of Sir Brian Tuke, c.1527
Portrait of Sir Henry Guildford, 1527 Portrait of Sir Thomas More, 1527 Portrait of William Warham, Archbishop of Canberbury, 1527
Sir Henry Guildford, 1527 Thomas More, c.1527 Charity (The Family of the Artist), c.1528
Portrait of Jakob Meyer zum Hasen, Mayor of Basel, 1528 Portrait of Nicholas Kratzer, 1528 Thomas Godsalve of Norwich and his son, John, 1528
The Arrogance of Rehoboam, 1530 Portrait of a Member of the Wedigh Family, 1532 Portrait of a Member of the Wedigh Family, 1532
Portrait of an Englishwoman, 1532 Sir Thomas Eliot, c.1532 Apollo and the Muses on Parnassus, 1533
George Nevill, 3rd Baron Bergavenny, c.1533 Lady Elyot, c.1533 Portrait of a Member of the Wedigh Family, 1533
Portrait of Derich Born, 1533 - Hans Holbein the Younger Portrait of Dirk Tybis, 1533 - Hans Holbein the Younger
Portrait of Derich Born, 1533 Portrait of Dirk Tybis, 1533 Portrait of Robert Cheseman, 1533
Portrait of Sir Nicholas Carew, c.1533 Portrait of Thomas Cromwell, c.1533 The Ambassadors, 1533
The Triumph of Riches, c.1533 Triumph of Wealth, c.1533 Portrait of a Lady, thought to be Anne Boleyn, c.1534
Unknown Gentleman with Music Books and Lute, c.1534 Design for a Pendant, c.1535 Mrs. Pemberton, c.1535
Portrait of Charles de Solier , c.1535 Portrait of Henry VIII, King of England, c.1535 Portrait of Philipp Melanchthon, c.1535
Portrait of Sir Nicholas Poyntz, 1535 Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, c.1535 Derek Berck, 1536
Jane Seymour, 1536 Jane Seymour’s Cup, c.1536 Portrait of Simon George of Quocote, c.1536
Portrait of Sir Richard Southwell, 1536 Queen Mary I Tudor, 1536 Simon George of Quocote, 1536
Henry VIII, c.1537 Henry VIII and Henry VII, cartoon for wall painting in Whitehall, 1537 Portrait of Jane Seymour, 1537
Portrait of Jane Seymour, c.1537 Portrait of Sir Richard Southwell, c.1537 Christina of Denmark, c.1538
Death and the Abbott, c.1538 Death and the Pedlar, c.1538 Portrait of Edward VI as a Child, c.1538
Portrait of Anne of Cleves , 1539 Portrait of Thomas Howard, 1539 Portrait of a Man with a Letter and Gloves, c.1540
Portrait of Henry VIII, 1540 Portrait of Jane Pemberton, c.1540 Portrait of Margaret Wyatt, Lady Lee, 1540
De Vos Van Steenwijk, c.1541 Edward, Prince of Wales, with Monkey, c.1541 Henry VIII handing over a charter to Thomas Vicary, commemorating the joining of the Barbers and Surgeons Guilds, 1541
Portrait of an Unknown Lady, c.1541 Portrait of Catarina Howard, c.1541 Portrait of Charles Brandon, 1541
Unknown Young Man at his Office Desk, c.1541 Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, c.1542 Portrait of Nobleman with a falcon, 1542
Self Portrait, 1542 Duke Anton the Good of Lorraine, 1543 Edward, Prince of Wales, 1543
Lady Butts, c.1543 Portrait of Dr. John Chambers, c.1543 Sir William Butts, c.1543
Death of the Virgin Desiderius Erasmus Design for a Table Fountain with the Badge of Anne Boleyn
Design for Anthony Denny’s Clocksalt Erasmus of Rotterdam Head of a Female Saint
Head of a Male Saint Henry VII, Elisabeth of York, Henry VIII and Jane Seymour Henry VIII and the Barber Surgeons
Madonna of the Burgermeister Meyer Model of the Dance House in Basel Outgoing Ship
Portrait of a Boy with Blond Hair Portrait of a Boy with Chestnut Hair Portrait of a Woman
Portrait of a Young Man Portrait of an Old Man Portrait of Bishop John Fisher
Portrait of Desiderius Erasmus Portrait of Henry Brandon Portrait of Henry VIII
Printer’s Device of Johannes Froben Sir Henry Wyatt Study for the Family Portrait of Thomas More
The Last Supper The Spinner Venus and Amor

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