Top Ten Paintings by Albrecht Altdorfer

Top Ten Paintings by Albrecht Altdorfer

       Albrecht Altdorfer (c. 1480 near Regensburg – February 12, 1538 in Regensburg) was a painter, the leader of the Danubian School in southern Germany, and a contemporary of Albrecht Dürer. Little is known about the life of this German painter. It is however assumed that he was an apprentice at an ateliet of miniaturists, because his early works resemble these techniques. Two of his biggest influences were Lucas Cranach the Elder and Max Reichlich.

  1. The Danube Valley Near Regensburg (1510)

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  2. The Victory of Alexander the Great (1529)

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  3. The Birth of the Virgin (1525)

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  4. The Rest on the Flight to Egypt (1510)

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  5. The Martyrdom of St. Florian (1515)

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  6. Loth and his Daughters (1537)

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  7. The Nativity (1513)

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  8. Allegory (1531)

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  9. The Departure of Saint Florian (1515)

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  10. Resurrection (1518)

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  11. Saint George in the Forest (1510)

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  12. Susanna in the Bath and the Stoning of the Elders (1526)

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  13. The Crucifixion (1526)

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  14. The Fall of Man (1535)

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  15. Entombment (1518)

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