Death and the Maiden (Hans Baldung series)  

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Death and the Maiden, death and women

Death and the Maiden is the name or motif of several paintings by Hans Baldung.

Paintings

Death and the Maiden [1][2] (1510) Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

Girl and Death[3][4] or Der Tod und das Mädchen (Der Tod und die Wollust) 1517 is a tempera on wood located at the Kunstmuseum Basel, Switzerland.

Death and the Maiden[5] or Tod und Frau (1518-20) is a panel painting located at the Kunstmuseum Basel, Switzerland.

Death and Youth[6], Bargello National Museum, Florence

Eve, the Serpent and Death (uncertain date) [7]

Prints and drawings

  • Drawing of Death and the Woman, Florence, Uffizi, pen and ink with white highlights on brown tinted paper, 30 x 19.7 cm, c. 1515. Source: Bernhard, p. 176. . . . 124

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