Hans Holbein the Younger Timeline

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  • c. 1497 - 1543
    Life of the German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger.
  • c. 1497
    The Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger is born in Augsburg, Germany.
  • 1515
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger moves to Basel, Switzerland.
  • 1519
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger marries the widow of a tanner in Basel, Switzerland.
  • 1520
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger becomes a Swiss citizen.
  • 1520
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger creates his The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb painting.
  • c. 1525
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger creates his 41-print series the Dance of Death.
  • 1526
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger creates his Darmstadt altarpiece, the Meyer Madonna.
  • 1526 - 1528
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger visits England for the first time.
  • 1528 - 1532
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger returns to Basel, Switzerland.
  • 1532
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger moves to England permanently.
  • 1533
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger creates his painting The Ambassadors.
  • 1536
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger becomes the court painter of Henry VIII of England.
  • 1543
    The German Renaissance painter Hans Holbein the Younger dies of the Black Death plague in London.
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