Monogrammist H.B. Exit of the children of Israel from the land of Egypt. Woodcut. 1510.
Monogrammist H.B. Exit of the children of Israel from the land of Egypt. Woodcut. 1510.
Monogrammist H.B. Exit of the children of Israel from the land of Egypt. Woodcut. 1510.
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Monogrammist H.B. Exit of the children of Israel from the land of Egypt. Woodcut. 1510.

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Artist: Monogrammist H.B. (Hans Burgkmair I. National Gallery of Art. Accession Number 2000.57.2).
Title
Pharaos Untergang im Roten Meer. Ausgang der Kinder Israel aus Ägyptenland. (Pharaoh's sinking in the Red Sea. The exit of the children of Israel from the land of Egypt.) The water flowed back and covered the chariots and horsemen. Exodus 14:28.
Signed with monogram H.B.
Dimensions: Image 6 3/4" x 4 7/8".
Date: XVI C.

Materials and Techniques: woodcut on paper, letterpress verso: "ain geistliche Bedeutung des ausgangs der Kinder Israel von Egipto".
Provenance:  The Estate of George "Yorgo" Demetrakopoulos; professor, assistant director of the Medieval Institute, and assistant to the dean at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, from 1965-2000.
Condition:  The signs of aging are appropriate for the time. A detailed condition report is available on demand.
Catalog RaisonnéGeorg Nagler. Die Monogrammisten. Vol 3, p. 217. in Nachbildung (in replica).
Part of: Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg. 
Das Buch Granatapfel im latin genant Malogranatus ; helt in ym gar vil und manig haylsam vnd süsser vnderweysung vnd leer...Published by Otmar, 1510. ( Digitized). Page J1.
Art Movements, Periods & Schools: German School XVI C.
NotePopulum Israhel (ait Pharao) persequar et comprehendam uaginabo gladium meu et intersiciet eos manus mea... (from the page)