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|Named Person:||Johannes Stabius|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor; Marx Treitz-Saurwein; Albrecht Dürer; Hans Burgkmair; Hans von Kulmbach; Franz Schestag
|Notes:||Plates illustrating this text are published separately as Supplement to v.1 and v.2 of Jahrbuch der kunsthistorischen Sammlungen des allerhöchsten Kaiserhauses, 1883-1884.
Gives the text of the Triumph from Ms. 2835 and 2805 in the Nationalbibliothek at Vienna. The note at the head of Ms. 2835 states that the Triumph was dictated by Maximilian to his secretary Max Treitzsauerwein in 1512. The woodcut illustrations were designed chiefly by Dürer and Burgkmair in 1516-1518 and were preceded by sketches (109 minatures on parchment) the latter and greater part of which is preserved in the original, the rest in a copy of the 16th century. These miniatures are attributed to Dürer and his workshop and were executed between 1512 and 1516. The reproductions in the supplement volume have been printed from the 135 original woodblocks. All of the above are now in the Nationalbibliothek, Vienna.
|Description:||pages 154-181, plates 17-18.|
|Responsibility:||von Franz Schestag.|
- Stabius, Johannes, -- 1450-1522 -- Portraits.
- Illumination of books and manuscripts, German -- 16th century.
- Drawing, German -- 16th century.
- Wood-engraving, German -- 16th century.
- Österreichische Nationalbibliothek. -- 2805.
- Österreichische Nationalbibliothek. -- 2835.
- Graphische Sammlung Albertina.