Northern Renaissance
(An artistic movement)

This movement is a subcategory of Renaissance

Dates: 1500-1590

Art movement which occurred mainly in Germany and the Low Countries when the Renaissance style spread outside Italy and mixed with Late Gothic and Early Netherlandish styles.
Random artworks by artists related to this movement

Paumgartner Altar
Albrecht Dürer

Emperor Sigismund
Albrecht Dürer

The Last Supper
Hans Holbein the Younger

The Four Witches
Albrecht Dürer

Emperor Maximilian I
Albrecht Dürer

Venus and Cupid
Lucas Cranach the Elder

Portrait of a Woman with Her Daughter
Bartholomäeus Bruyn the Elder

Virgin with the Pear
Ambrosius Benson

Albrecht Dürer

The Census at Bethlehem (detail)
Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Resurrection (No. 15)
Albrecht Dürer

The Adoration of the Kings
Jan Gossaert (Called Mabuse)
Important dates
Founding date:  1500
Why 1500?: Dürer returned from Italy to Nuremberg where his workshop produced a considerable amount of prints, sold all over Northern Europe.

End date:  1590
Why 1590?: Artists moved to Baroque.