Pieter Aertsen was a Dutch painter who often linked his scenes to biblical stories which is the likely subject of The Vegetable Seller
This portrait of Dürer's Mother Barbara was painted by Albrecht Dürer around 1490 when she was about 39 years old.
German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer paints St. Jerome in the Wilderness, 1495, emaciated in a decertified landscape holding his bible.
German Renaissance painter Lucas Cranach the Elder painted An Ill-Matched Pair around 1530.
Lucas Cranach the Elder was a famous artist and engraver of the German Renaissance who painted Hunting Near Hartenfels Castle in 1540.
The Birth of John the Baptist, and early Lucas Cranach the Elder work from 1518 depicting the newborn John the Baptist being washed by maids.
Lucas Cranach the Elder's Judith with the Head of Holofernes is from a sub-genre of the Northern Renaissance relating to the power of women.
Lucas Cranach the Elder paints Duke Henry the Pious IV, the Duke of Saxony who adopted the Lutheran faith in 1517.
Charles de Solier was serving as French Ambassador at the time that this 1534-35 portrait by Hans Holbein the Younger was completed.
Gerard David painted a number of works that illustrate this same theme such as Madonna and Child with the Milk Soup.
Sometimes also called 'The Cripples', Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder painted The Beggars towards the end of his career.
Albrecht Durer's Self-portrait at 28, painted in 1500, is a rare example of an early self-portrait which were extremely uncommon at the time.
The Ince Hall Madonna is thought to have been painted between 1450 and 1475 either as a copy of a now lost Jan van Eyck or by his workshop.