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Hans Bornemann


Hans Bornemann (active from 1448 - d. 1474) was a late Gothic painter who was active in Hamburg. The earliest written mention of him is a record that he received an inheritance in 1448. He was one of the founders of the Guild of Saint Luke in Hamburg. He was active in the city council of Hamburg, and painted 17 portraits of princes for the Hamburg city hall. After his death his workshop was taken over by Hinrik Funhof, who in 1475 also married Bornemann's widow.

He was also the father of painter Hinrik Bornemann.

Further reading

This article is a translation of the corresponding article on the German World Heritage Encyclopedia as of 30 January 2009

  • Gmelin, Hans Georg. "Bornemann." In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, (accessed February 3, 2012; subscription required).
  • Braun-Ronsdorf, Margarete (1955) (in German). "Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). 2. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot. p. 468.
  • Helmut Reinecke, "Der Maler Hans Bornemann", in: Zeitschrift des deutschen Vereins für Kunstwissenschaft, Vol. 5, 1938, pp. 204–229
  • Hans-Georg Gmelin, "Hans Bornemanns künstlerische Stellung und Nachwirkung in Nordwestdeutschland", in: Niederdeutsche Beiträge zur Kunstgeschichte, Vol. 8, 1969, pp. 109–146
  • Stephan Kemperdick, "Zum Werk des Johannes Bornemann. Überlegungen zu Chronologie und Vorbildern", in: Niederdeutsche Beiträge zur Kunstgeschichte, Vol. 33, 1994, pp. 57–86

External links

  • Union List of Artist Names

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