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The Risen Christ and the burial of Adam; Christ with banner stands on a ring of clouds, with putti; below to the right is the empty tomb to the left of which four angels bury a corpse; first used as title-page illustration to Martin Luther, Ein deutsch Theologia, das ist ein edles Büchlein, Wittenberg, Johan Rhau-Grunenberg 1518; this impression is possibly taken from J. Pollicarius, Der heiligen XII. Aposteln ankunfft ..., Wittenberg, Georg Rhau Erben, 1549. 1518
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Height: 132 millimetres (borderlines)
Width: 104 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Listed in Hollstein as Cranach Workshop, by Kunz / Strehle as a work by Lucas Cranach I.
The text on the back is that of Pollicarius. According to Dodgson probably taken from Martin Luther, Das Symbolum der Heiligen Aposteln, Wittenberg, Georg Rhau, 1548.
Used in several editions by Wittenberg printers, first by Grunenberg in 1518.
Cf. J. Strehle / A. Kunz, Druckgraphiken Lukas Cranachs d.Ä. Im Dienst von Macht und Glauben, exh. cat. Lutterhalle Wittenberg, 1998, no. 51 and p. 164.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- 1810 (before)
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- Laid down
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