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Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

AFTB 19: Der Weiss Kunig (The White King), 1515

 Item — Item AFTB 19
Collection number: AFTB19
Scope and Contents Framed Medieval wood cut, hand colored. Showing hunters with crossbows and supporting serfs with spears. Produced: Hans Burgkmair. 8 5/8" x 7 3/4" The Weiss Kunig was one of three books commissioned by Emperor Maximillian I (1459-1519). The book chronicles Maximillian’s life and represents his court as an ideal chivalric society. Maximillian is unusual in adopting the woodcut as the medium for large –scale schemes of patronage. Woodcut was cheap and therefore less prestigious...
Dates: 1515

AFTB 22: Leaf from "Ship of Fools" by Sebastian Brant. Chapter 20, "Of Finding Treasures", 1520

 Item — Item AFTB 22
Collection number: AFTB22
Scope and Contents

Leaf from Ship of Fools by Sebastian Brant. Chapter 20, "Of Finding Treasures". B/W woodcut illustration by Albrecht Dürer. Image:  B/W 4 5/8" x 3 3/8". Pictured in Vol 2 Albrecht Dürer: Das gesame graphische Werk Druckgraphik [Complete Graphic Works]. Page 1347.

Dates: 1520

AFTB 23: Leaf from "Ship of Fools" by Sebastian Brant, Untitled woodcut by Dürer., 1520

 Item — Item AFTB 23
Collection number: AFTB23
Scope and Contents

Leaf out of Ship of Fools by Brant. B/W Woodcut illustration by Albrecht Dürer. Reference Volume 2 Albrecht Dürer: Das gesame graphische Werk Druckgraphik [Complete Graphic Works]. Page 1415. 4 5/8" x  3 3/8"

Dates: 1520

AFTB 24: Leaf from "Ship of Fools" by Sebastian Brant. Chapter 108, "The Schluraffen Ship"., 1520

 Item — Item AFTB 24
Collection number: AFTB24
Scope and Contents

Leaf from Ship of Fools by Sebastian Brant. Captre 108, "The Schluraffen Ship". B/W  woodcut with text.. Image size 4 5/8" x 3 3/8" Illustrator: Unknown (not a Durer)

Dates: 1520

AFTB 59: Leaf from "Cronecken der Sassen" (The Saxon Chronicles), 1492

 Item — Item AFTB 59
Collection number: AFTB59
Scope and Contents Inculabulum. Woodcut of Medieval battle hand colored non-contemporary with printed text in Low Middle German. Professional paper restoration to right corner. 10 3/4" x 8" The Saxon Chronicles were written by Conrad Botes (Konrad Bothes), a goldsmith, around 1492. It was a "world " history that began with Noah's flood and progressed to regional local history of Saxony.The woodcuts are masterful and attributed only to Masters H and HR. The...
Dates: 1492

AFTB 75: Baltimore from Federal Hill., 1874

 File — Item AFTB 75
Collection number: AFTB75
Scope and Contents

Woodcut scene of Baltimore City. Bears monograph GP in lower left corner.  4 1/8" x 9"

Dates: 1874

AFTB 86: YSLT, 1590

 Digital Image
Collection number: aftb86

AFTB 88-3 Bible leaf from Haggai with illustration, circa 1550

 Item — Box 3, Item: AFTB 88-3
Collection number: AFTB88-3
Scope and Contents

Front and back. Chapter 1 and part of Chapter 1. Old German. 13 1/2 x 9. To view all leaves, scro;; down to and open Digital Objects.

Dates: circa 1550

Baltimore from Federal Hill

 Digital Image
Collection number: AFTB75

Bible leaf from Haggai

 Digital Image
Collection number: AFTB88

Bible verses with Bernard Salomon Woodcuts

 Digital Image
Collection number: AFTB49

City Plan of Wissembourg

 Digital Image
Collection number: AFTB11

Der Weiss Kunig (The White King)

 Digital Image
Collection number: aftb19

Destruction of Sodom

 Digital Image
Collection number: aftb07

Leaf from Latin Vulgate Bible

 Digital Image
Collection number: AFTB44

Leaf from Latin Vulgate Bible-Genesis

 Digital Record
Collection number: AFTB45

Leaf from Martin Luther Bible-Judges

 Digital Image
Collection number: AFTB56

Leaf from Saxon Chronicles

 Digital Image
Collection number: aftb59