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Artists who influenced Adam Elsheimer
German painter, one of the first masters of the idyllic landscape. He was trained in the dry manner of Flemish realism, but he acquired a liberating interest in light, atmosphere, and color when he settled (1598) in Italy. In Venice he worked with his countryman Rottenhammer, then settled in Rome in 1600. His early Mannerist style gave way to a more direct manner in which he showed great sensitivi ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Adam Elsheimer

Caravaggio

Ceres and Stellio
(Prado)

Flight into Egypt
(Alte Pinakothek)

Rembrandt

Albrecht Dürer

Rest on Flight into Egypt
(Gemäldegalerie)

Diana and Callisto
(Detroit Institute of Arts)

Peter Rubens

Paolo Veronese

Nymph Fleeing Satyrs
(Gemäldegalerie)

Saint Christopher
(Hermitage)

Johann Wilhelm Baur

Jacopo Tintoretto

Stoning of Saint Stephen
(Scottish National Gallery)

Venus and Cupid
(Fitzwilliam Museum)

Claude Lorrain