Landknecht Woodcuts and Drawings

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Hans Burgkmair d. Ä. Augsburg 1473–1531 Augsburg Vnkeisch (die Unkeuschheit), gegen 1510 Blatt 3 der Folge "Die sieben Laster Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Fashion, Larp, 16th Century Clothing, German Costume, Maleficarum, Landsknecht, Great Paintings, Old Master

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Hans Burgkmair d. Ä. Augsburg 1473–1531 Augsburg Vnkeisch (die Unkeuschheit), gegen 1510 Blatt 3 der Folge "Die sieben Laster

1518 Niklaus Manuel Deutsch, Foolish virgin with extinct (extinguished?) oil lamp in landscape (Dwaze maagd met uitgedoofde olielamp in landschap). As this is a biblical/allegorical scene, probably best NOT to use this image for historical costuming. 16th Century Clothing, German Costume, Boho Hippie, Landsknecht, German Women, Landscape Background, German Fashion, Medieval Art, Oil Lamps

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Dansend paar, Virgilius Solis, c. 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, 17th Century Art, Renaissance Image, Renaissance Artists, Landsknecht, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Old Master

Dansend paar, Virgilius Solis, c. 1545 - Rijksmuseum

Dansend paar nr. 3, Virgilius Solis (I), c. 1545

Artist: Graf, Urs, Title: Lagerdirne und Erhangter, Date: 1525 Larp, Renaissance, 16th Century Clothing, German Costume, Landsknecht, Viking Dress, Medieval Times, 17th Century, Traditional Art

Urs Graf Lagerdirne und Erhangter 1525

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1512 (commissioned) ca. 1516 - 1519 (made) Burgkmair, Hans, born 1473 - died 1531 (artist) Triumph of the Emperor Maximilian I Renaissance Image, Renaissance Artists, Augsburg Germany, Maximilian I, 16th Century Clothing, Medieval, Artist Materials, Landsknecht, German Women

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1512 (commissioned) ca. 1516 - 1519 (made) Burgkmair, Hans, born 1473 - died 1531 (artist) Triumph of the Emperor Maximilian I | DETAIL © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Artist: Solis, Virgil the Elder, Title: 'Twelve soldiers of different ranks' Halberdier walking left and carrying a halberd over his left shoulder, Date: ca. Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Medieval, Landsknecht, Historical Art, 16th Century, Middle Ages, Vintage World Maps, Illustration Art

Virgil Solis | Halberdier walking left and carrying a halberd over his left shoulder, two tents beyond, from the series 'Twelve soldiers of different ranks' | The Met

Halberdier walking left and carrying a halberd over his left shoulder, two tents beyond, from the series 'Twelve soldiers of different ranks'

woodcut of lady using prick and pounce method to transfer pattern to fabric Medieval Embroidery, Embroidery Tools, Blackwork Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Vintage Embroidery, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Renaissance Image, Medieval Tattoo

The West Kingdom Needleworkers Guild

West Kingdom Needleworkers - article on using the prick & pounce method.

A pair of lovers; a young man and woman sitting on a bank in front of a fence. A violin next to the man. On verso fragment of an ornamental design for wall decoration. Renaissance, 16th Century Clothing, Medieval, High Middle Ages, Engraving Art, Landsknecht, Danse Macabre, Gravure, British Museum

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A pair of lovers; a young man and woman sitting on a bank in front of a fence. A violin next to the man. On verso fragment of an ornamental design for wall decoration. Woodcut

Vinck, Jacob, (engraver) soldate et sa maitresse. One of a collection of illustrations of Austrian soldiers. Woman leaning on shoulder of soldier. NOTE the Katzbalger under HER arm. Copyright - Anne S. Brown Military Collection at Brown University. 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, Renaissance Image, German Outfit, The Transfiguration, Brown University, Holy Roman Empire, Landsknecht, German Women

1500-1600 Vinck, Jacob, 1500-1569 (engraver) soldate et sa maitresse. One of a collection of illustrations of Austrian soldiers. Woman leaning on shoulder of soldier. Copyright - Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection at Brown University.

Full: Front A landsknecht; FL figure, turned slightle to r, holding a spear in his l hand, short sword hanging at his back, wearing wide-brimmed hat with feathers. From a series of fifty woodcuts. Woodcut © The Trustees of the British Museum Renaissance, Armadura Medieval, Landsknecht, Arte Popular, Art Graphique, Old Master, Mask Design, British Museum, 16th Century

Солдаты,офицеры, ландскнехты. 15-16 век

Солдаты,офицеры, ландскнехты. 15-16 век. After Hendrik Goltzius 1587 High Altar of St Mary (a soldier) 1477-89 Wood Church of St. Mary, Cracow MASTER M S Christ Carrying Christ Carrying the Cross 1506 Tempera on limewood, 147,5 x 92,6 cm Christian Museum, Esztergom ----------------------------…

That unusual sleeve again. 1530 Hans Sebald Beham - Despite the fact that this is labeled as a "landsknecht woodcut" I'm not sure if these are landsknecht or burghers. (A young gentleman and his wife? Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, 14th Century, German Costume, German Outfit, Landsknecht

Beham, Hans Sebald: Junger Herr und Mädchen

Hans Sebald Beham: Junger Herr und Mädchen (Young Man and Maiden), 1. Hälfte 16. Jh.

Urs Graf Halblänge der Frau im Profil 1517 - Kleidung Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Larp, 16th Century Fashion, German Costume, German Outfit, Landsknecht, German Women, German Fashion

Urs Graf halflength of woman in profile 1517

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 Deutsch (zugeschrieben / attributed to) Bern um Fantasy Inspiration, Painting Inspiration, Renaissance Image, 16th Century Clothing, Medieval, German Outfit, Landsknecht, German Women, Albrecht Durer

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Niklaus Manuel gen. Deutsch (zugeschrieben / attributed to) Bern um 1484–1530