Bernhard Strigel ( German: Bernhard Strigel , c. 1460 , Memmingen - May 4, 1528 , Memmingen ) - German artist of the Swabian school.
|him. Bernhard strigel|
Farewell of Jesus to the Mother of God
|Date of Birth||OK. 1460|
|Place of Birth||Memmingen|
|Date of death||May 4, 1528|
|Place of death||Memmingen|
The son of the sculptor Ivo Strigel (1430-1516). Influenced by Bartolomeus Zeitblom, may have been his student in Ulm. He worked at the court of Emperor Maximilian I.
The author of works on sacred subjects, as well as portraits of contemporaries, by whom he remained the most famous.
The works of Strigel are represented in museums in Berlin , Strasbourg , Munich , Vienna , Donaueschingen , New York , etc.
- Otto G. Bernhard Strigel. München: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1964
- Rettich E. Bernhard Strigel: Herkunft und Entfaltung seines Stils. Freiburg im Breisgau: [sn], 1965
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- Works in museums of the world