A Portrait of Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt by Lucas Cranach the Elder

@article{Zorzin2020APO,
  title={A Portrait of Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt by Lucas Cranach the Elder},
  author={Alejandro Zorzin},
  journal={Reformation \& Renaissance Review},
  year={2020},
  volume={22},
  pages={238 - 252}
}
ABSTRACT The traditional facial portrait of Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt has significantly influenced his reception. His apparently sole authentic image was not known until 1988. It is a small woodcut on a broadsheet printed in commemoration of his death in Basel (1541). Previously, the notion was widespread that he was of a swarthy, (almost) negroid (nigricans) appearance. However, there is a double portrait, dated 1522, by Lucas Cranach the Elder, of an anonymous man and bride, and known… 

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