Whether Cranach was placing a biblical figure in the courtly milieu of his own time, as in “Judith” (Inv. No. GG 858), or painting a portrait of the three daughters of Duke Henry the Pious to a great extent the style remains the same. Independent of the subject, these are characteristic examples of Cranach’s unmistakable personal style, which uses planar compositions and colouration to decorative effect.
62 cm × 89 cm
Framed: 82,7 cm × 110,2 cm × 6,5 cm
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Gemäldegalerie
ca. 1610-1619 imperial collection Vienna
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