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Saint Sebaldus as a pilgrim in a niche

Saint Sebaldus as a pilgrim in a niche
1518; printed (c. 1580-1600)

Medium
woodcut
Measurements
30.3 × 21.3 cm (image) 30.5 × 21.4 cm (sheet)
Catalogue/s Raisonné
Bartsch appendix 21; Schoch 251.2b
Inscription
printed in ink (in image) u.l.: 1518
stamped in black ink l.l. (on step): PL (Lugt 2092; Sir Peter Lely)
inscribed in pen and sepia ink (traced over with pencil?) l.r.: A G. 66. (Lely sale inventory number)
inscribed in pencil on reverse l.r.: T D Barlow
inscribed in pencil (Harold Wright’s hand) on reverse l.c.: B. app. 21 / CD. I. 358. 24
inscribed in pencil on reverse l.l.: N. G. Victoria
inscribed in pencil (Harold Wright’s hand) on old mount l.l.: Watermark: Shield with R (Meder. 334). / (From Sir Peter Lely's collection)
Accession Number
3628-4
Departments
International Prints / International Prints and Drawings
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Felton Bequest, 1956
This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of the Joe White Bequest
Gallery location
Not on display

Watermark

Albrecht DÜRER
Saint Sebaldus as a pilgrim in a niche 1518; (c. 1580-1600) {printed} (watermark)
Watermark Form
Ravensburg Coat of Arms
References
Escutcheon with the letter 'R', not in Meder or Briquet. This paper was probably made in Ravensburg, Baden-Würtemberg where the second oldest paper mill in Germany was founded c. 1393–1394.
Completeness
partial
Chain Line Interval
26 mm
Laid Line Frequency
12 per cm
Placement of spacing and wires
? x 11 [ 14 I17 ] x 9
Wire Side
unknown
Radiograph taken from
recto