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Attributed to Hans Burgkmair the Elder  1525-1530 (Circa)

(Circa) Attributed to: Hans Burgkmair the Elder. Published by: David de Negker. Block cut by: Jost de Negker. A landsknecht holding a pole in his left hand; WL figure, turned to r; from a series of fifty lansquenets.

Burgkmair, Hans the elder 1525- 30

(Circa) Attributed to: Hans Burgkmair the Elder. Published by: David de Negker. Block cut by: Jost de Negker. A landsknecht with his left hand on the head of a battle-axe; WL figure, head turned to l; from a series of fifty lansquenets.

Landsknecht, by Christoph Amberger, ca. 1525-1530.

(Circa) Print made by: Jörg Breu I. Published by: David de Negker. Block cut by: Jost de Negker. A Landsknecht wearing a hat with long feathers; WL figure, looking to left, holding a pole in his left hand; from a series of fifty woodcuts.

1525-1530 (Circa)     Attributed to: Hans Burgkmair the Elder.     Published by: David de Negker.     Block cut by: Jost de Negker.   A landsknecht cleaning the barrel of his fire-arm; WL figure, turned to r; from a series of fifty lansquenets.  Woodcut

(Circa) Attributed to: Hans Burgkmair the Elder. Published by: David de Negker. Block cut by: Jost de Negker. A landsknecht cleaning the barrel of his fire-arm; WL figure, turned to r; from a series of fifty lansquenets.

A landsknecht holding a halberd in his left hand; WL, looking to left. From a series of 50 woodcuts.  c.1525-30 Woodcut

(circa) Published by: David de Negker. Block cut by: Jost de Negker. Attributed to: Erhard Schön. A landsknecht holding a halberd in his left hand; From a series of 50 woodcuts.

A fife-player; FL figure turned slightly to left, playing his flute and wearing wide-brimmed hat with feathers. The case for the instrument ...

A fife-player; whole-length figure turned slightly to left, playing his flute and wearing wide-brimmed hat with feathers. The case for the instrument and a sword on his back. Top right corner of the sheet made up. From a series of fifty woodcuts.