Matthias Grünewald

(c. 1475—1528)

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German painter, known in his lifetime as Mathis Gothart Nithart. The most famous work attributed to him is the altar-piece of Isenheim, now in Colmar. The Crucifixion is portrayed with cruel realism, with St John the Baptist pointing to the Cross.

Subjects: Art.

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