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Master of the Weibermacht


Illustrations

Massacre of the Innocents


Christ on the cross and three angels


Christ before Pilate


The Adoration of the Magi


The Adoration of the Magi


The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian


Sequence for "Passion of Christ"


Sequence for "Passion of Christ"


Sequence for "Passion of Christ"


Sequence for "Passion of Christ"


Nativity


Arrest of Christ


St. Antonius


St. Catharine


Card game


Card game


Card game


Card game


King and pawn


Power of women


Madonna on the grassy bank


Madonna with flower and bird


Nursing Madonna

The Master of the Weibermacht (sometimes called the Master of 1462) was a German engraver active in the Lower Rhine area between about 1450 and 1460. His name comes from the work for which he is best known, a large-format depiction of the Weibermacht, or "Power of Women". A further group of engravings, depicting both religious and secular subjects, has also been attributed to him on the basis of style; the works in question show coarse draughtsmanship, and their engraving technique is similar. These works have nonetheless been ascribed to various artists at one time or another.

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