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Hunt in Honour of Charles V at the Castle of Torgau (1545), (Oil on panel, 118 x 178 cm) is in the Museo del Prado, Madrid. This version of the theme is also attributed to Lucas Cranach the Younger.
Katharina von Bora (1499-1552) was a German Catholic nun. She was a significant participant in the Protestant Reformation, and later became the wife of Martin Luther. It in now in the Staatliche Museen, Berlin.
Lucas Cranach and his workshop painted several versions of this subject. This painting is highly characteristic of the style of Lucas Cranach. The painting (114 x 175 cm) is in the Museo del Prado, Madrid.
Johannes Carion (Joanis Carionis, 1499-1537) was a historian and court astrologer for Elector Joachim I. He wrote, with the support of Melanchtons, a well respected word chronicle, Chronica (Wittenberg, 1532).
David and Bathsheba (1526), (Red beechwood panel, 39 x 26 cm) is in the Staatliche Museen, Berlin. This panel is typical of Cranach's satirical approach to biblical subjects recast as courtly contemporary 'tableaux vivants'.
Salome with the Head of St John the Baptist (Panel) is in the Bob Jones University Collection, Greenville. It shows Salome standing with the Head of St John in a plate.