The Nobleman
Holbein Proofs, Nobleman

The Nobleman

D Dance of death alphabet, Duke eath drags the nobleman towards a flag draped coffin on a stretcher. It's the same kind of coffin that stands behind the duke in Holbein's dance of death alphabet (picture to the right).

Variations: Birckmann changes the angle of the coffin and places the hourglass behind Death instead of behind the nobleman. Valvasor and Deuchar copy Birckmann.

Various Artists

Holbein Proofs (1526)
Holbein Proofs 1526: Nobleman
Holbein (1538)
Holbein 1538: Nobleman
Vogtherr (1544)
Vogtherr 1544: Nobleman
Birckmann (1555)
Birckmann 1555: Nobleman
Juan de Icíar (1555)
Juan de Icíar 1555: Nobleman
Straub (1581)
Straub 1581: Nobleman
Chytraeus (1590)
Chytraeus 1590: Nobleman
Glissenti (1596)
Glissenti 1596: Nobleman
Kieser (1617)
Kieser 1617: Nobleman
Valvasor (1682)
Valvasor 1682: Nobleman
Mechel (1780)
Mechel 1780: Nobleman
Deuchar (1788)
Deuchar 1788: Nobleman
Bewick (1789)
Bewick 1789: Nobleman
Anderson (1810)
Anderson 1810: Nobleman
Pseudo-Bewick (1825)
Pseudo-Bewick 1825: Nobleman
Bechstein (1831)
Bechstein 1831: Nobleman
Schlotthauer (1832)
Schlotthauer 1832: Nobleman
Douce (1833)
Douce 1833: Nobleman
Helmuth (1836)
Helmuth 1836: Nobleman
Curmer (1858)
Curmer 1858: Nobleman

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