Hans von Kulmbach (born around 1480 and died around 1522) was a German artist. He received his initial art training from Jacopo de'Barbari, a Venetian painter based in Nuremberg, and then apprenticed to Albrecht Durer. After completing his training, Kulmbach worked as an assistant in Durer's workshop. His main focus was the painting of altarpeices, but he is also known as a designer of woodcuts and stained glass windows.
Kulmbach's most notable paintings include: