|Other names||Henrik Funhof|
|Occupation||Painter, late Gothic|
Hinrik Funhof (d. 1485, also spelled Henrik Funhof) was a late Gothic painter who lived and worked in Hamburg. After the death of his colleague Hans Bornemann in 1475, he took over Bornemann's studio and married his widow. When Funhof died ten years later, she remarried to another Hamburg painter, Absolon Stumme.
Only a few of his works survive, namely:
- The Virgin Mary with Headdress (ca. 1480, DE: Maria mit Ährenkleid), in the collection of the Hamburger Kunsthalle
- The Marriage at Cana (ca. 1481, DE: Hochzeit zu Kana, in a private collection.
- The outer sides of the wings of the 1482 Altarpiece in St. John's Church, Lüneburg
- Dörte Zbikowski: Zum Beispiel: Hinrik Funhof, in: Die Kunst des Mittelalters in Hamburg. Aufsätze zur Kulturgeschichte. Stiftung Denkmalpflege. Hamburg. ISBN 3-933374-49-9
- Paul Pieper (1961), "Funhof, Hinrik", Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB) (in German) 5, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 731–731; (full text online)
- Gmelin, Hans Georg. "Funhof, Hinrik." In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, (accessed 3 February 2012; subscription required).
- Media related to Hinrik Funhof at Wikimedia Commons
- Entry for Hinrik Funhof on the Union List of Artist Names
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