Photo, Print, Drawing Das Mannerbad (The Men's Bath)
About this Item
- Das Mannerbad (The Men's Bath)
- Contributor Names
- Dürer, Albrecht -- 1471-1528 (artist)
- Subject Headings
- - Genre
- - German (artist nationality)
- - painter and engraver (artist role)
- - Recto: l. c.: (monogram) AD ; verso: (in pencil) u. l.: Clark's Dec 1937; l. l.: C575/687 [and] 00425830; l. r.: 10 1/4 x 14 3/8. (inscription)
- - Woodcut. (medium)
- - It appears to have been lined with a heavier paper, perhaps before its acquisition, as there is a pencilled notation top center of verso: "Clark's Dec 1937." It has been trimmed unevenly very close to the edges of the image, leaving no margins. There is a deep horizontal crease or tear in the center through the entire length of the image, but it is mended and is supported with a paper lining on the verso. A smaller horizontal tear, also mended, is at the lower left. Lower left corner creased; lower right corner stained. (condition)
- - The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, California, 17 Dec. 1937. (provenance)
- - Recorder, Fiddle (instrument)
- - 15th century (century)
- - Mythological, etc. (miller category)
- 15 1/4 x 11 inches (38.7 x 28 cm.)
- Music Division, Library of Congress
- Online Format
- Additional Metadata Formats
- METSXML Record
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