Heraldische Prachtstücke: Zeichnung/Illustration/Holzstich – – Heraldic gems: 1. Coat of arms with angel as shield holder. After H.J. Gantinn. 1628. (Warnecke). 2. Coat of arms with angel as shield holder. Italian. 16th Century. (Form treasure). 3. Coat of arms with lady as shield holder. From the triumphal procession of Emperor Maximilian by H. Burgkmair. (Note the repetition of the crest tinctures on the lady’s dress, on the helmet’s cloak and the standard). 4. Coat of arms of Emperor Maximilian with grasping as shield holder. After Hans Burgkmair. (Form treasure). 5. Coat of arms with banners, from a cushion in appliqué embroidery from the year 1529. 6. Coat of arms compilation in the context of a quatrefoil. Dürer’s school. (Form treasure). 7th Armorial Tent, 19th century. 8. Artist’s coat of arms, drawn by L. Lesker (Malerjournal). According to an ancient tradition, the Schilderer carry three silver plates (2nd placed 1st) in the red field. For once, the latter is also blue. The labels show the same shape as the escutcheon. Of the shield painters, this coat of arms has ever been taken over by painters and artists. For details, see F. Warnecke: The Artist’s Coat of Arms, Berlin, Kühn, 1887. 6 M.
Ausgelieferte Bildgröße, unkomprimiert: 5.186 x 7.810 Pixel
Emblem; Embleme; Frühe Neuzeit; Geschichte; Engel; Dürer; Albrecht Dürer; Emblem; emblems; Early modern age; Story; Angel; Dürer; Albrecht Dürer