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Lucas Van Leyden Dutch Gallery

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Choose from 53 pictures in our Lucas Van Leyden Dutch collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Nine Heroes: Hector of Troy, Alexander of Macedon, Julius Caesar, 1515-1517. Creator Featured Print

The Nine Heroes: Hector of Troy, Alexander of Macedon, Julius Caesar, 1515-1517. Creator

The Nine Heroes: Hector of Troy, Alexander of Macedon, Julius Caesar, 1515-1517.

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1494 1533, 16th Century, Dutch, Heritage Art, Lucas Van Leyden, Lucas Van Leyden Dutch, Netherlands, The Cleveland Museum Of Art, Woodcut

The Nine Heroes: Arthur, Charles the Great (Charlemagne), Godfrey of Bouillon, 1515-1517 Featured Print

The Nine Heroes: Arthur, Charles the Great (Charlemagne), Godfrey of Bouillon, 1515-1517

The Nine Heroes: Arthur, Charles the Great (Charlemagne), Godfrey of Bouillon, 1515-1517.

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1494 1533, 15th Century, Dutch, Heritage Art, Lucas Van Leyden, Lucas Van Leyden Dutch, Netherlands, The Cleveland Museum Of Art, Woodcut

The Power of Women: Samson and Delilah, c. 1512. Creator: Lucas van Leyden (Dutch, 1494-1533) Featured Print

The Power of Women: Samson and Delilah, c. 1512. Creator: Lucas van Leyden (Dutch, 1494-1533)

The Power of Women: Samson and Delilah, c. 1512. The publication of Albrecht Durer's three impressive woodcut series in 1511— The Large Passion , The Apocalypse , and The Life of the Virgin —had an immediate impact on Northern painters such as Lucas. Lucas's first major designs for woodcuts were six large images whose theme was the power of women, that is, women's ability to dominate man by using wiles and beauty was a subject with broad, popular appeal at the time. The woodcut medium was eminently suitable for the bold, straightforward manner in which Lucas presented his subjects. The moment representing woman's treachery is always depicted as a restrained confrontation: here, Delilah cuts Samson's hair, sapping his extraordinary strength and leaving him vulnerable to the Philistines who wait in the background to seize him. In size, these woodcuts rival Durer's largest sheets. The motionless figures possess a monumentality that contributes to the dramatic impact.

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