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Desire passes away: the theme of "Death and the woman in the work of Hans Baldung Grien" is a thesis by Susanne Reece Wolf.

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FIGURES PAGE Hans Baldung Grien. Death and the Womanr Basel Kunstmuseum, oil and tempera on panel, 29.5 x 17.5 cm, c. 1518-20. Source: Gert van der Osten, Hans Baldung Grien. Gemälde und Dokumente (Berlin: Deutscher Verlag für Kunstwissenschaft, 1983) pl. 115 Hans Baldung Grien. The Fall of Man, woodcut, 25 x 9.5 cm, 1519. Source: Marianne Bernhard, ed., Hans Baldung Grien. Handzeichnunaen. Druckgraphik (Munich: Südwest Verlag, 1978) p. 348 91 92 Albrecht Dürer. Death and the Lansquenet, woodcut illustration for a broadsheet, illustration 12 x 8.2 cm, 1510. Source: Walter L. Strauss, Albrecht Dürer.Woodcuts and Woodblocks (New York: Arabis, 1979) p. 423 93 4. Dürer shop. Pleasures of the World. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, pen and ink, 21.1 x 33 cm, C.1503-C.1505. Source: Walter L. Strauss, The Complete Drawings of Albrecht Dürer. Vol. 6 (New York: Arabis, 1974-1982) cat. XW163, p. 2925 94 Hans Baldung Grien? Group at Table Threatened by Death, Dresden, Kupferstichkabinett, black chalk/charcoal drawing, 27.5 cm diameter, C.1503-C.1507. Source: Strauss, The Complete Drawings of Albrecht Dürer, cat. XW215, p. 2978. Hans Süß von Kulmbach. Two Amorous Couples and an Old Woman, Munich, Graphische Sammlung, pen and ink over metalpoint, 18.4 x 25.3, c. 1500- 1505. Source: Friedrich Winkler, Die Zeichnungen Hans Süß von Kulmbachs und Hans Leonhard Schäufeleins (Berlin: Deutscher Verein für Kunstwissenschaft, 1942) pl. 4 95 96 vi Page 8 Hans Süß von Kulmbach. Young Revellers with a Fool. Paris, Louvre, brush and ink, 19.4 x 29.8 cm, c. 1500-1505. Source: Winkler, Die Zeichnungen Hans Süß von Kulmbachs und Hans Leonhard Schäufeleins, pi. 5 97 8. Master E.S. The Feast in the Garden of Lovef engraving, 15.3 x 23.5 cm, c.1465. Source: The Illustrated Bartsch. Vol. 8, Jane C. Hutchison, ed. (New York: Arabis 1980) pi. 90 98 9. Master of the Gardens of Love, The Large Garden of Love, engraving, c.1450. Source: Keith Moxey, "Master E.S. and the Folly of Love," Simiolus 11 (1980) fig. 2, p. 126 99 10, 11. 12 13 Hieronymus Bosch, or School of Bosch. "Luxuria," from the Tabletoo. Madrid, The Prado, entire panel measures 120 x 149.86 cm, c. 1485. Source: Roger H. Marijnissen and Peter Ruyffelaere, Hieronymus Bosch. The Complete Works (London: Tabard Press, 1987) p. 339 100 Dürer shop. Musical Triof London, British Museum, pen and ink, 18.6 x 9.8 cm, c. 1510? Source: Strauss, The Complete Drawings of Albrecht Dürerf Vol. 6, cat. XW627, p. 3061 101 Dürer shop. Allegory of Youth. Aae. and Death. London, British Museum, 18.7 x 9.9 cm, c. 1510? Source: Strauss, The Complete Drawings of Albrecht Dürer. Vol. 6, cat. XW628, p. 3063. . . Hans Baldung Grien. Death and the Three Ages of Woman, oil and tempera on panel, Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, c. 1509-11. Source: Van der Osten, pi.24 102 103 14, 15, 16, Albrecht Dürer. The Ravisherf engraving, 11.4 x 10.2 cm, c. 1495. Source: Erwin Panofsky, The Life and Art of Albrecht Dürer (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1971) fig. 93 104 Albrecht Dürer. The Coat of Arms of Deathf engraving, 22.3 x 16 cm, 1503. Source: Jean Wirth, La jeune fille et la mort. Hautes etudes médiévales et modernes 36 (Geneva: Librairie Droz, 1979) fig. 83 ios Albrecht Dürer. The Ill-Assorted Couplef engraving, 15 x 13.8 cm, c. 1495. Source: vu Page 9 F.W.H. Hollstein, Albrecht and Hans Dürer. German Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts, c. 1400-1700, Vol. 8 (Amsterdam: Menno Hertzberger, 1954) p.73 106 17. Pieter Bruegel. Peasant Wedding Feast. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, oil on panel, 114.3 x 162.56 cm, c. 1556. Source: James Snyder, Norther Renaissance Art (New York: Abrams, 1985) pi. 81 107 18. Frau Welt. Worms Cathedral, stone sculpture, C.1414. Source: Wolfgang Stammler, Frau Welt. Eine mittelalterliche Allegorie (Freiburg, Switzerland: Universitätsverlag Freiburg Schweiz, 1959) pl. 10 108 19. Voluptas/Frau Welt. Heidelberg University Library MS 339, leaf 35a, manuscript illustration, c. 1400. Source: Stammler, Pi- 12 log 20. Voluptas. woodcut illustration, De fide concubinarumr publ. Basel, P. Olearius, c. 1500-1505. Source: wirth, fig. 150 no 21- Hercules at the Crossroads, woodcut illustration, Sebastian Brant, Das Narrenschiff. publ. Strasbourg, 1497. Source: Wirth, fig. 151. ill 22. Dürer shop. Death Carrying a Lady's Train. Weimar, Schloßmuseum, pen and ink, 23.1 x 15.9 cm, date disputed. Photo courtesy of Weimar Schloßmuseum 112 23. Hans Leonhard Schäufelein. Death with an Hourglass Carrying a Lady7s Train, Frankfurt, Städelsches Institut, pen and ink, 27.6 x 17.4 cm, c. 1505-1507. Photo courtesy of the Städelsches Institut 113 24. Hans Baidung Grien. "Do Not Commit Adultery," woodcut illustration, 10.4 x 13.4 cm, Die zehn Gebotenr publ. Strasbourg, Johannes Grüninger, 1516. Source: Bernhard, p. 397. ... 114 25. Hans Baldung Grien. St. Catherine in a Landscapef Basel, Kunstmuseum, pen and ink, 30.3 x 21.2 cm, c. 1504. Photo courtesy of Basel Kunstmuseum 115 26. Hans Baldung Grien. The Knight, the Lady, viii Page 10 and Death. Paris, Louvre, tempera and oil on panel, 35.5 x 29.6 cm, c. 1503-1505. Source: Van der Osten, pi. l 116 27. Albrecht Dürer. Adam and Ever engraving, 25.2 x 19.4 cm, 1504. Source: Panofsky, The Life and Art of Albrecht Dürer, fig. 117. . . . 117 28. Hans Baidung Grien. Eve and the Serpent. Hamburg, Kunsthalle, pen and ink, 29.2 x 21.3 cm, 1510. Source: Bernhard, p. 132 118 29. Follower of Hans Baldung Grien. Venus, Blind Cupid, and Death. Brussels, Musée Royaux des Beaux Arts, oil on panel, 44.2 x 37.4 cm, date unknown. Source: Van der Osten, pi. 199 119 30. Frau Venus, woodcut illustration, Sebastian Brant, Das Narrenschiff, publ. Basel, 1494. Source: Sebastian Brant, Das Narrenschiff (Stuttgart: Reclam, 1964) p. 50 120 31. Hans Baldung Grien. Death Pursuing a Womanr Florence, Bargello Museum, oil and tempera on panel, 30.8 x 16.7 cm, c. 1513. Source: Van der Osten, pi. 61 12i 32. Hans Baldung Grien. Maiden with a Mirror and Death. Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett, pen and ink with white highlights on brown tinted paper, 30.6 x 20.4 cm, 1515. Source: Bernhard, p. 177 122 33. Hans Baldung Grien. Death and the Maiden( Basel Kunstmuseum, oil and tempera on panel, 30.3 x 14.5 cm, 1517. Source: Van der Osten, Pi- HI 123 34. Hans Baldung Grien. 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 35. Baldung Workshop. Drawing of Death and the Maiden. Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett, pen and ink with white highlights on brown tinted paper, 37.8 x 16 cm, 1515. Source: Bernhard, p. 279 125 36. Hans Baldung Grien. The Fall of Manr chiaroscuro woodcut, 37.1 x 25.1 cm, 1511. ix Page 11 Source: Bernhard, p. 303 126 37. Hans Baidung Grien. Eve, the Serpent, and Death, Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada, oil on panel, 64 x 32.5 cm, last half of the 1520's. Source: Van der Osten, pi. 121 38. Albrecht Dürer. The Power of Women. New York, J. Pierpont Morgan Library, pen and ink, brush and watercolor, 25.6 x 35.1 cm, 1521. Source: Strauss, The Complete Drawings of Albrecht Dürerf Vol. 4, cat. 1521/62, p. 2107 127 128 39, 40, 41. Housebook Master. Escutcheon with a Peasant Standina on His Head, engraving, 13.8 x 8.5 cm, c. 1480-1490. Source: J.P. Fidelt Kok, The Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet, or the Housebook Master, c.1470-1500 (Amsterdam: Rijksprentenkabinet, 1985) fig. 89.1 Hans Baidung Grien. Phvllis and Aristotle, woodcut, 33.3 x 23.8 cm, 1513. Source: Bernhard, p. 317 Hans Baldung Grien. Witches Sabbath. Paris, Louvre, pen and ink on green tinted paper, 28.9 x 20 cm, 1514. Source: Bernhard, p. 158




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