1521, Artist: Hans Maler
Hans Maler came from Ulm and likely received his training in the workshop of Bartholomäus Zeitblom. He worked as a portrait painter at the Innsbruck court and also for wealthy Tyrolean merchant families and the Fugger dynasty. His style is similar to that of Bernhard Strigel (cf. Inv. No. GG 832).
Hans Maler (Ulm, nachweisbar 1500 - 1529)
37,5 x 31,3 cm
Framed: 49,5 cm × 43,5 cm × 5,9 cm
Oben die Inschrift: ALS MAN. 1521. ZALT. WAS. ICH. 33. IAR ALT
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Gemäldegalerie
probably already 1720 in the gallery, 1772 documented in the gallery
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