M. Salomon Reinach believes this prototype may be found in the Judiths of Cranach.
There are some beautiful specimens that have been evidently designed in the School of Cranach.
Cranach's nudes confess navely these eternal imperfections of woman.
A German painter and engraver, born at Cranach, whose family name it is believed was Sunder.
His first engraved portrait by Cranach represents an Augustinian friar, and is dated 1520.
During the siege Charles bethought him of Cranach, whom he remembered from his childhood and summoned him to his camp at Pistritz.
The picture is of the year 1546, the seventy-fourth of Cranach's age.
Cranach sometimes composed gospel subjects with feeling and dignity.
In contrast with this obscurity is the light thrown upon Cranach after 1504.
There are portraits of the two, by Cranach, in the neighbouring castle of Planitz.