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Etching printed in black on wove paper
Gift of Dr. Siegfried F. Aram
Prints, Drawings & Photographs
In plate, lower left: RCR XXXVI
In plate, lower left: Apocalde St Jean (VI.1)
Rudolf von Ripper, Cavaliers of the Apocalypse, 1936, Etching printed in black on wove paper. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Dr. Siegfried F. Aram, 47.8.
Rudolf von Ripper
Hans Sebald Beham