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Page -2- 6181 SCHAFFNER, Martin (ca. 1478/79-1549) [[underline]] "BILDNIS DER ULMER PATRIZIEREN SCHAD VON MITTELBIBERACH" [[/underline]] [[underline]] Reproduction [[/underline]]: Catalogue "Mesiterwerken der Renaissance", op. cit "Catalogue de la Colelction Rodolphe Kann", op. ci. pl. 114 [[underline]]Exhibitions:[[/underline]] "Meisterwerken der Renaissance", Munich 1901 [[underline]]IMPORTANT PORTRAITS BY SCHAFFNER IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:[[/underline]] Munich, Pinacotheque-Wolfgang von Oettingen, 1508 (no. 156) Mathematician Pierre Appian Hans Besserer I von Schnürpflingen Ulm Cathedral, Sacristry - Man of 43 Years , 1530 Ulm, Cathedral, Chapel Besserer-Chevalier Ytel Besserer von Rohr, 1516 or 1517 Philadelphia, Museum, Johnson Collection "Portrait of a Lady" wood 12-3/8 x 9-1/2" Hanover, Art Gallery - Man with Blond Curly Hair Stuttgart, State Art Gallery - Ludwig & Sibylla von Freyberg Nicholas von Bari in the Costume of a Bishop [[underline]]OTHER WORKS:[[/underline]] Schleishiem Castle, near Munich, commissioned by Emperor Maximilian I , 8 panels , Episodes in the Life of Christ, 1515. Nürenberg, Germanic Museum - Altarpiece Nürenberg, Chapel of St. Maurice - Adoration of the Magi Ulm, Cathedral CHoir - Triptych , The Last Supper, 1521 Berlin Museum - Group of Six Saints Munich, Pinacotheque - Annunciation 1524 Presentation in the Temple , 1524 Descent of the Holy Spirit Death of the Virgin Vienna, Belvedere - Holy Family, 1499
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