Hans Von Aachen was a German artist of the late 16th century who was both versatile and prolific, painting many portraits of the Royal Family and aristocrats, religious works and mythological scenes featuring nudes. His patron was the Emperor Rudolf II. Von Aachen was trained in his native Germany, moved to and worked for many years in Italy and then moved back to Germany, to Munich, before spending his later years in Prague. He was a Mannerist painter, also known as the Late Renaissance Art Movement. His works are held mainly in Europe, in museums in Vienna, Cologne, Budapest and at the National Gallery in London.
Reproduction canvas art paintings for sale by Hans Von Aachen Pallas Athena, Venus and Juno 1593- https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/artist/hans-von-aachen/