Christoph Amberger (1505-1562)

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Portrait of a Lady 1545

Christoph Amberger was a painter of Nürnberg in the 16th century, a disciple of Hans Holbein, his principal work being the history of Joseph in twelve pictures. Amberger travelled to Northern Italy and Venice between 1525 and 1527. He died in Augsburg.



Sebastian Münster 1550

Still wondering about a 16th century German painting in your family collection? Contact us…it could be by Christoph Amberger.