Circa 1460 – after 1525

A painter, a woodcutter, a graphic artist

Possibly a son of the painter Hans Greff. Since 1501, he lived in Strasburg. In 1503–1504, 1507, 1511–1512 he was a member of the City Council. The documents testify that he bought a house in 1520. In 1502, he copied and printed 15 woodcuts of Dürer’s Apocalypse with his monogram. In 1505, Greff received an order from the prior of the Dominican monastery to paint an altar. In 1525 he received a heritage after a law suit that lasted since 1509. It could be the heritage of his grandfather who worked in Strasburg in 1399, 1409 and 1448.