The art history of
engraving can not been imagined without the impact of Dürer and the other
members of the early German school.
Right out of the middle ages they brought this art field to unknown heights. Prints from the period are rare to find. With my online catalogue I'm glad to offer some of the finest artists from the period.
Renaissance woodcuts by the great German masters
Master UA (active 1440)
Erhard Reuwich of Utrecht (active 1486)
Albrecht Altdorfer (1480 - 1538)
Cranach the Elder (1472-1553)
Hans Leonard Schaufelein (ca.1480-1540)
Metal cut ca. 1440
20,50 by 24,00 cm
Joseph explaining the dream of the Pharaoh
Extremely early engraving. Primitive metal engraving.
Impression on laid paper from later century's.
Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam
Woodcut by : Erhard Reuwich of Utrecht
Albrecht Durer (1471-1528)
Signed on the Altar with his monogram
the full little sheet with Latin text on front and ornamental
Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553)
No works available
Hans Schaufelein (1480-1540)
By Adam Petri March 1514
and designer of woodcuts. As a painter he was much influenced by
Durer his master,
but his woodcuts are both more original and more important than his pictures.
He often signed his works HS with a little shovel (Schuffelein).
All these works
are available for purchase.
Of course you can access larger images by clicking on the thumbnail images above.
Contact me for a price list if interested.
Below you can access detail images to see the quality of these works.