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Hans Holbein  (1497/1498–1543) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q48319
Hans Holbein
Alternative names Hans Holbein der Jüngere, Hans Holbein
Description German painter and draughtsman
Date of birth/death 1497 or 1498 between 7 October 1543 and 29 November 1543
Location of birth/death Augsburg London
Work location Basel (1515-1526), Lucerne (1515-1526), Venice (1515), Bologna (1515), Florence (1515), Rome (1515), Venice (1517-1518), Bologna (1517-1518), Florence (1517-1518), Rome (1517-1518), London (1526-1528), Basel (1528-1532), London (1532-1543)
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Title The Ambassadors wikidata:Q1212937
Deutsch: Auf dem Doppelporträt sind Jean de Dinteville, französischer Botschafter am Hofe Heinrich VIII: von England und Georges de Selve, Bischof von Lavaur, abgebildet. Der Totenkopf in der Mitte unten wird sichtbar, wenn man ihn aus einem sehr flachen Winkel von rechts nach links unten betrachtet.
English: Jean de Dinteville, French Ambassador to the court of Henry VIII of England, and Georges de Selve, Bishop of Lavaur. The painting is famous for containing, in the foreground, at the bottom, a spectacular anamorphic, which, from an oblique point of view, is revealed to be a human skull. An Azerbaijanian vishapagorg rug is on the table.
Français : Le double portrait de Jean de Dinteville et Georges de Selve est célèbre pour contenir, au premier plan, une spectaculaire anamorphose évoquant un os de seiche qui se révèle, depuis un point de vue oblique, être un crâne humain.
Medium oil on oak
Dimensions Length: 209.5 cm (82.5 in). Height: 207 cm (81.5 in).
National Gallery Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q180788
Galería Nacional, Londres, Inglaterra, 2014-08-07, DD 035.JPG
Native name National Gallery
Location London
Coordinates 51° 30′ 31″ N, 0° 07′ 42″ W Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Website nationalgallery.org.uk
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room C
Accession number NG1314Accession number retrieved from Wikidata
Place of creation London
Source/Photographer bQEWbLB26MG1LA at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level maximum
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