DAC Collection Artist Information
Lucas van Leyden
Netherlandish printmaker, painter, and draftsman
Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Lucas was a prolific and influential printmaker. His early prints show the influence of his slightly older German contemporary, Albrecht Dürer. His work after 1525 is influenced by the Italian Renaissance, which reached Lucas through the prints by Marcantonio Raimondi and the work of Jan Gossart. Lucas was also a painter and an exceptionally talented draftsman.
Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500020789.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.
Objects related to Lucas van Leyden:
|Lucas van Leyden||Jahel Killing Jasera, 1517-1518||Woodcut|
|Lucas van Leyden||Solomon Worshipping Idols, 1513-1514||Woodcut|
|Lucas van Leyden||Abraham and the Three Angels, 16th century||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||The Triumph of Mordecai, 1515||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||Susanna and the Elders, 1508||Engraving on laid paper|
|Lucas van Leyden||Rest on the Flight into Egypt, 1508||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||St. Jerome, 1513||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||Beggars, ca. 1508||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||Man with Grapes, 1523||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||The Cowherd and the Milkmaid, 1510||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden||A Panel of Ornaments, 1528||Engraving|
|Lucas van Leyden after Albrecht Dürer||Self-Portrait, 1525||Etching|
|After Lucas van Leyden||Christ and His Mother, 1522||Engraving|
|Copy after Lucas van Leyden||Golgotha, 1517||Engraving|
|Cornelis Ploos van Amstel after Lucas van Leyden||Decision of Solomon, 1782||Etching|
|Anonymous after Lucas van Leyden||Virgin and Child, ca. 17th century||Engraving on laid paper|
|Anonymous after Lucas van Leyden||A Tavern Scene, ca. 1590||Engraving on laid paper|
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