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Mark of the Winged Serpent

From 1508 artist Lucas Cranach the Elder signed his works—even those issued from his large workshop—with a symbol of a winged serpent. Explore paintings in Google Art Project and see if you can find his signature mark.

Mark of Lucas Cranach the Elder

Apollo and Diana, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1525–27. The Royal Collection, London

Landscape with Apollo and Diana, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1530. Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

A Faun and His Family with A Slain Lion, Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1526. The J. Paul Getty Museum

Venus With Cupid Stealing Honey, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1530. Statens Museum for Kunst

Cupid Complaining to Venus, Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1525. The National Gallery, London

Cupid, Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1530. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Adam and Eve, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1538–39. The National Gallery in Prague

The Three Graces, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1535. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

The Nymph Of The Fountain, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1534. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Duchess Katharina Von Mecklenburg, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1514. Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister

Judith with the Head of Holofernes, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1520–40. Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

Portrait of A Woman, Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1525. The National Gallery, London

The Ill-Matched Couple, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1517, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

The Unequal Couple (Old Man In Love), Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1530. Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf

The Judgement of Paris, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1527. Statens Museum for Kunst

The Sermon of St. John the Baptist, Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1537–40. Fundación Banco Santander

The Garden of Gethsemane, Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1518. The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo