Hans von Aachen (1552 – 1615, German)


Venus And Cupid With A Satyr

Allegory of Peace, Art and Abundance

Diana And Her Nymphs At Rest After The Hunt

Bacchus, Ceres And Cupid

Pallas Athena, Venus And Juno

Pan And Selene

The Rape Of Lucretia

The Rape Of Proserpine

Joking Couple With A Mirror

David And Bathsheba

Bacchus, Venus And Cupid

The Three Graces

Allegory or The Triumph Of Truth

The Judgment Of Paris

The Judgment Of Paris

The Triumph Of Cupid And Bacchus

The Fall Of Phaeton

2 responses to “Hans von Aachen (1552 – 1615, German)

  1. rather pedantic style, but a product of the times and that’s what, you can sure tell that the common folk never saw these as he used the same drawings and model in two paintings, exact pose

  2. Uma Maheswar Nakka

    VERY BEAUTIFUL

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