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Bilderstrecke zu: Kunst und Antiquitäten: Cranach, älter und jünger - Bild 2 von 3 - FAZ

Bilderstrecke zu: Kunst und Antiquitäten: Cranach, älter und jünger - Bild 2 von 3 - FAZ

Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) — Christiana Eulenau, c.1540 :  Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba. Canada    (878×1201)

Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) — Christiana Eulenau, c.1540 : Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba. Canada (878×1201)

‘Saints Genevieve and Apollonia’, 1506 (detail) - by Lucas Cranach the Elder | this painting is part of the group: The St Catherine Altarpiece: Reverses of Shutters.

‘Saints Genevieve and Apollonia’, 1506 (detail) - by Lucas Cranach the Elder | this painting is part of the group: The St Catherine Altarpiece: Reverses of Shutters.

Cranach d. Ae. 1472-1553, Lucas, Kronach Oberfranken, Germany	Saints Genevieve and Apollonia

Cranach d. Ae. 1472-1553, Lucas, Kronach Oberfranken, Germany Saints Genevieve and Apollonia

Bianca Maria Sforza (1472-1510), Holy Roman Empress as the second wife of Emperor Maximilian I. As the daughter of an Italian condottiere family that had come to rule Milan by military force, she was a mesalliance for Maximilian. The emperor however needed her dowry and good connections to the Italian city states. Bianca didn't bear him any children, and as a result he mostly neglected her, leaving her behind as a kind of pawn in the cities he stayed in whenever he couldn't pay the bills.

Bianca Maria Sforza (1472-1510), Holy Roman Empress as the second wife of Emperor Maximilian I. As the daughter of an Italian condottiere family that had come to rule Milan by military force, she was a mesalliance for Maximilian. The emperor however needed her dowry and good connections to the Italian city states. Bianca didn't bear him any children, and as a result he mostly neglected her, leaving her behind as a kind of pawn in the cities he stayed in whenever he couldn't pay the bills.

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