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Hans Sachs, "Nachred das grewlich laster" (Nuremberg, Wolfgang Resch) c. 1532; containing an emblematic woodcut by Georg Pencz printed on the titlepage, showing a blindfolded, winged woman in the foreground at right, holding a chalice, with a flaming ball attached with a rope to her right ankle. Behind her, beneath a tree at left, a seated man is approached by a figure wearing a tabard with the double-headed eagle, crowned with laurels and holding a staff in his right hand. Bound with five pages of letterpress verse.
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Height: 197 millimetres (approx. sheet size of each page)
Height: 136 millimetres (titlepage woodcut)
Width: 143 millimetres
Width: 150 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Colophon: Wolffgang Formschneider
For the woodcut, see Heinrich Röttinger, "Die Holzschnitte des Georg Pencz", Leipzig 1914, no. 12.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Nachred das grewlich laster
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