Bewitched Groom (Sleeping Groom and a Sorceress)  

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Bewitched Groom (Sleeping Groom and a Sorceress)[1] (1544) is a woodcut by German artist Hans Baldung Grien. It depicts a knight lying on the ground, a horse looking over its shoulder to the spectator and a witch, peeking into the scene over a sill, one breast bared.

It shares thematic similarities with Liebeszauber[2]



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