Main menu

Michael Pacher


Michael Pacher (c. 1435—August 1498) was an Austrian Tyrolean painter and sculptor active during the last quarter of the 15th century. His best-known work is the Saint Wolfgang Altarpiece which contains scenes from the life of Jesus and the Virgin Mary. His influence is primarily North Italian, and his work shares characteristics with that of painters such as Andrea Mantegna; however, German influences are also evident in his work, especially in his wood sculpture. He was most active from 1462 until his death.

Open an article about Michael Pacher

Michael_Pacher_005.jpg Michael_Pacher_003.jpg Michael_Pacher_001.jpg Michael_Pacher_004.jpg Michael_Pacher_002.jpg Michael_Pacher_006.jpg

About  |  Terms of use  |  Privacy policy  |  Contact us