Stefan Lochner

German painter (b. ca. 1400, Meersburg am Bodensee, d. 1451, Köln was a German late Gothic painter. His style, famous for its clean appearance, combined Gothic attention towards long flowing lines with brilliant colours with a Flemish influenced realism and attention to detail. He worked mainly in Cologne, Germany, and his principal work is the triptych of the Altar of the City Patrons (done in the 1440s, which is in the Cologne Cathedral), which represents the city in homage to the infant Jesus. The epitome of his style is Madonna of the Rose Bower (c. 1450, housed in the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne), showing the Virgin and Child reposing in a blooming rose arbor and attended by Lochner's characteristic child Angels.

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Stefan Lochner The Virgin and Child in a Rose Arbour oil painting


The Virgin and Child in a Rose Arbour
Painting ID::  2572
Artist: Stefan Lochner
Painting: The Virgin and Child in a Rose Arbour
Introduction: c1440 Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
   
   
     

Stefan Lochner Adoration of the Child (mk08) oil painting


Adoration of the Child (mk08)
Painting ID::  21188
Artist: Stefan Lochner
Painting: Adoration of the Child (mk08)
Introduction: 1445 Mixed media on wood, 37.5x23.6cm Munich Bayerische Staatsgemalde-sammlungen,Alte Pinakothek
   
   
     

Stefan Lochner The Presention in the Temple (mk08) oil painting


The Presention in the Temple (mk08)
Painting ID::  21189
Artist: Stefan Lochner
Painting: The Presention in the Temple (mk08)
Introduction: 1447 Mixed media on wood 139x126cm Darmstadt,Hessisches Landesmuseum
   
   
     

Stefan Lochner The Virgin of the Rose Garden (mk08) oil painting


The Virgin of the Rose Garden (mk08)
Painting ID::  21190
Artist: Stefan Lochner
Painting: The Virgin of the Rose Garden (mk08)
Introduction: c.1448 Mixed media on wood 51x40cm Cologne ,Wallraf-Richartz-Museum
   
   
     

Stefan Lochner The Coronation of the Virgin (nn03) oil painting


The Coronation of the Virgin (nn03)
Painting ID::  23351
Artist: Stefan Lochner
Painting: The Coronation of the Virgin (nn03)
Introduction: c 1440 Oil on panel 50.5 x 40 cm 19 7/8 x 15 3/4 in Wallraf-Richartz Museum,Cologne
   
   
     

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     German painter (b. ca. 1400, Meersburg am Bodensee, d. 1451, Köln was a German late Gothic painter. His style, famous for its clean appearance, combined Gothic attention towards long flowing lines with brilliant colours with a Flemish influenced realism and attention to detail. He worked mainly in Cologne, Germany, and his principal work is the triptych of the Altar of the City Patrons (done in the 1440s, which is in the Cologne Cathedral), which represents the city in homage to the infant Jesus. The epitome of his style is Madonna of the Rose Bower (c. 1450, housed in the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne), showing the Virgin and Child reposing in a blooming rose arbor and attended by Lochner's characteristic child Angels.