Books and Art
The Magdalen (c. 1530). Attr. to The Master of the Legend of the Magdalen (German, active from about 1483 to around 1527). Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London. Presented to the National Gallery by...
heaveninawildflower: “ Uta von Schauenburg holding a dog from Weingartener Stifterbüchlein (circa 1510) by an unknown artist. Wikimedia. ”
maertyrer: attributed to Cornelis EngebrechtszSaint Barbara and... (Old Paint)
maertyrer: attributed to Cornelis Engebrechtsz Saint Barbara and Saint Catherine early 16th century
The Sincere Body: The Performance of Weeping and Emotion in Late Medieval Italian Sermons - Medievalists.net
In 1493 the well-known and controversial Franciscan preacher Bernardino of Feltre gave a series of Lenten sermons to the people of Pavia. On March 11 he dedicated an entire sermon to the necessity of contrition—or perfect sorrow over sin—in the rite of confession.
1500s Women attributed to father & son Lucas Cranach (Elder 1472 - 1553) & (Younger 1515-1586) + their workshops & followers
Lucas Cranach the Younger (Northern Renaissance Painter, (1515-68)) and his workshop Princess Elizabeth of Saxony 1562 Lucas Cranach the Younger (1515-68) and his workshop Lucretia Freifrau von Berlepsch Lucas Cranach (Northern Renaissance Painter, 1472-1553) and his workshop Portrait of a Woman 1528 Lucas Cranach (Northern Renaissance Painter, 1472-1553) and his workshop 1526 - Portrait of Margareth von Ponickau Lucas Cranach (Northern Renaissance Painter, 1472-1553) and his workshop…