Hans Leu the Elder

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Detail of the remainings of the original altarpiece from the shrine of Felix and Regula in the Grossmünster showing the martyrdom in front of a panorama of the city of Zürich. Hans Leu d.Ä. (late 15th century)

Hans Leu the Elder (German: Hans Leu der Ältere; 1460–1507) was a Swiss painter, native to Zürich.

The Episcopal collection of the St. Gallen Abbey includes the main altar of the church of the Rüti Abbey, probably a late work by Hans Leu der Ältere. During the Reformation in Zürich the altar came to the monastery Wurmsbach where it remained until 1798.

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  • This article was translated from German Wikipedia