DAC Collection Artist Information
German painter and printmaker
Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Wolgemut ran a large workshop that produced altarpieces, portraits, and designs for glass paintings in Nuremberg in the late 15th-century. He also is noted for innovations in the art of the woodcut.
Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500031446.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.
Objects related to Michael Wolgemut:
|Shop of Michael Wolgemut||The Resurrection of the Dead (Imago mortis), 1493||Woodcut|
|Michael Wolgemut or Wilhelm Pleydenwurff||Creation of the World: Second and Third Days, ca. 1493||Woodcut|
|Anonymous, possibly Michael Wolgemut||The Scapegoat (Leviticus XVI, 5-22), 1491||Woodcut with hand coloring|
|Anonymous, workshop of Michael Wolgemut||King Herod and the Chief Priests and Scribes, 1491||Woodcut|
|Anonymous, workshop of Michael Wolgemut||Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist and St. James Minor (Matthew II, 4; Mark XIV, 3-12), 1491||Woodcut|
|Anonymous, possibly Michael Wolgemut||Frontispiece to "Reformation der Kayserlichen Stat Nürnberg" (Arms of the Empire and Nuremberg flanked by Saints Sebald and Lawrence), 1484||Woodcut with hand coloring|
|Anonymous, possibly Michael Wolgemut and/or Wilhelm Pleydenwurff||The Judgement of Solomon, 1493||Woodcut|
|Anonymous, possibly Michael Wolgemut||The Allegory of the Unfaithful Wife (Ezekiel XVI, 1–63), 1491||Woodcut with hand coloring|
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