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April: landscape with, in the foreground, people on horseback hunting down a stag.  c.1580  Woodcut

It's About Time: April Anonymous woodcut of 1568 Étienne Delaune (French artist, Labours of the Months - April

A couple seated at a desk at left; two of their children playing cards on the floor at right, a girl drinking and a boy holding a sword; illustration to a Latin edition of Sebastian Brant's 'Ship of Fools', probably that printed by Petri in Basel in 1572. c.1568-72 Woodcut

A couple seated at a desk at left; two of their children playing cards on the floor at right, a girl drinking and a boy holding a sword; illustration to a Latin edition of Sebastian Brant's 'Ship of Fools', probably that printed by Petri in Basel in 1572. c.1568-72 Woodcut

It's About Time: June 1500s.  Anonymous woodcut after 1568 Étienne Delaune (French artist, 1518-1595) Labours of the Months 6 June

It's About Time: June Anonymous woodcut after 1568 Étienne Delaune (French artist, Labours of the Months 6 June

Woodcut -- Landsknecht Encampment at the Siege of Munster.

Medieval Feasts « We wear medieval clothes, we do medieval arts… why not eat medieval food?

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la chasse du cerf paris j pinar | sport | sotheby's pf1633lot8znnwen

la chasse du cerf paris j pinar | sport | sotheby's pf1633lot8znnwen

"""'The Doome warning all men to the Judgement' by Stephen Bateman, 1581""" Interesting that the artist chose to make breast shapes on the female figures when perceived structured undergarments/kirtles of the time would not make breast shapes like that.

"""'The Doome warning all men to the Judgement' by Stephen Bateman, Interesting that the artist chose to make breast shapes on the female figures when perceived structured undergarments/kirtles of the time would not make breast shapes like that.

Gold-embroiderer. Hans Sachs, Ständebuch (woodcuts by Jost Amman), Nuremberg, 1568.

Sachs(woodcuts by Jost Amman) The Book of Trades - Gold-embroiderer.

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Women Blacksmiths (woodcut) (b/w photo), 16th century

Women Blacksmiths (woodcut) (b/w photo), century

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