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Artists who influenced Wolf Huber
The most important Danube School painter after Albrecht Altdorfer, Wolf Huber retained a highly individual style throughout his career. His father or uncle might have been a painter, and Huber probably apprenticed in his hometown of Feldkirch, Austria. By 1510 he may have had contact with Altdorfer. Huber studied Albrecht Dürer's art, as well as Dürer's Italian models, Andrea Mantegna and ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Wolf Huber

Albrecht Dürer

Allegory of Redemption with Donor

Lamentation of Christ
(Musee du Louvre)
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Albrecht Altdorfer

Christ Leaving Mother
(National Gallery)

Flight into Egypt

Giovanni Bellini

Margaret Hundertpfundt
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Bust of Man
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Leonardo da Vinci

Large Crucifixion
(Art Institute of Chicago)

Presentation in Temple