Hans Leonhard Schaufelein (1480-1540)

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Portrait of a Man

Hans Leonhard Schaufelein was a Renaissance-era German artist. His paintings show a heavy influence of fellow German painter Dürer, however, it is Schaufelein’s wood cuts that stand out among other artists of his time.


A Landsknecht Carrying a Halberd

Schaufelein typically signed his work “HS” and his subject matter was typically religious.


The Birth of Christ


The Circumcision of Christ


The Agony in the Garden