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Martin Luther, father of Christianity's Protestant Reformation.  Painted c. 1532 in the workshop of Lucas Cranach the Elder in Dresden.  Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Martin Luther atelier van Lucas Cranach de Oude NOTES: Luther's history: Relics & Saints do not hold power; transubstantiation (Duits, © Metropolitan Museum of Art

Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon - Lucas Cranach the Elder - 1558

Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon - Lucas Cranach the Elder - 1558

Martin Luther as a Monk, 1520  Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, 1472–1553)  Engraving

Lucas Cranach the Elder, Martin Luther as an Augustinian Monk, engraving, x (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

kolybanov - Лукас Кранах  Династия художников раннего Возрождения Lucas Cranach the Elder (Germany, 1472–1553),

Katharina von Bora (also known as Katie Luther), referred to as "die Lutherin" was the wife of Martin Luther, German leader of the Protestant Reformation.

" Het is Christus die ons leven is" Kolossensen 3:4b afb.Altaar Peter en Paulikirche te Weimar. Lucas Cranach de Jongere. ( 1515 -1586)

Lucas Cranach the Elder (begun) and Cranach the Younger (likely completed), Weimar Altarpiece, oil on panel.

Lucas Cranach the Elder(1472–1553), Portrait of an unknown lady (formerly called 'Sybille of cleves, wife of John Frederick of Saxony'), 1515.

Lucas Cranach the Elder, portrait of an unknown lady (formerly called 'sybille of cleves, wife of john frederick of saxony'), 1515

Portrait of a Woman aged Twenty-six, 1525, Anonymous German Artist of the School of  Lucas Cranach, the Elder

Anonymous German Artist of the School of Lucas Cranach, the Elder Portrait of a Woman aged Twenty-six 1525 Oil on panel 62 x cm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Св. Катерина и Св. Варвара - Лукас Кранах Старший

Cranach the Elder St Catherine of Alexandria and St Barbara - Oil on wood, 61 x 20 cm (each) Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp

"Kruisiging" Lucas Cranach.

"Kruisiging" Lucas Cranach.

Katharina von Bora, 1528, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Saxony, Germany

13 June 1525 - Martin Luther marries Katharina von Bora, against the celibacy rule decreed by the Roman Catholic Church for priests and nuns. Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1528

Portrait of Katharina Luther, 1528, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Saxony, Germany

Lucas Cranach (Northern Renaissance Painter, and his workshop Katharina Luther 1528

Lucas Cranach the Elder German (Wittenberg), 1472-1553 Oil on wood panel c. 1518 How did 16th century viewers of this panel know which of these saints was which?

Lucas Cranach the Elder German (Wittenberg), Oil on wood panel c. 1518 Saint Catherine, Saint Margaret, and Saint Barbara

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