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Fleuch wa du willt, Des todtes bild, Staetz auff dich zielt [Death with a Crossbow, or Death Stays on Target]   Anonymous   Engraving  circa 1635 
Aeneas Saving Anchises, after Georges Lallemand   Büsinck, Ludolph   Chiaroscuro woodcut from two blocks, tone block printed in beige  circa 1628-1630 
Finding of the Bodies of Peter and Paul   Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto   Etching  1645 
Gustus [Taste], from the Five Senses   Cleyn, Franz   Etching  1646 
Tactus [Touch], from the Five Senses   Cleyn, Franz   Etching  1646 
Visus [Sight], from the Five Senses   Cleyn, Franz   Etching  1646 
Title page to Die Werke des Leonhard Weiss   Kilian, Lucas   Engraving  1622 
Plate from The Eternal Fire, after Lodovico Burnacini   Küsel, Mathäus   Engraving and etching  1667 
Four Resting Sheep and One Standing Sheep Near a Wall   Roos, Johann Heinrich   Etching  1660s 
Two Elephants, from Francesco Petrarca, On the Remedies of Good and Bad Fortune (Nüremberg, Fürst, 1652)   Schwan, Balthasar   Engraving   
Drunken Silenus   Storer, Johann Christoph   Etching  1650s 
Saint Matthew and Saint John, after Georges Lallemand   Büsinck, Ludolph   Chiaroscuro woodcut from three blocks, tone blocks printed in yellow and olive   
Saint Mark and Saint Luke, after Georges Lallemand   Büsinck, Ludolph   Chiaroscuro woodcut from three blocks, tone blocks printed in yellow and olive   
Sacrifice at the Temple of Diana, after Schönfeldt   Wolfgang, Georg Andreas   Etching  1661 
Allegory on Dead Game and Dead Hunter, plate 9 from Nimbus Calamitatum Humani Generis Lapsi, after Nicolas van Hoey   Kilian and Raphael Custos, Wolfgang   Engraving  1608 
Saint Matthew, after Georges Lallemand   Büsinck, Ludolph   Chiaroscuro woodcut from three blocks   

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