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Engraving printed in black ink on laid paper
Gift of Charles E. Feinberg in memory of Sarah Lambert Brown Nirenberg
Prints, Drawings & Photographs
Signed, in plate, upper left: [artist's monogram]
Inscribed, in plate, upper edge: 1539
Inscribed, right upper edge: MELENCOLIA
Inscribed, in pencil, verso: CRReusaler (?) | B 144
Inscribed, in pencil, lower left corner, verso: N. n. v. (?)
Charles E. Feinberg
1977-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Nuremberg, A Renaissance City, 1500-1618. Exh. cat., Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery. Austin, 1983, no. 86 (ill.).
Hans Sebald Beham, Melancholia, 1539, engraving printed in black ink on laid paper. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Charles E. Feinberg in memory of Sarah Lambert Brown Nirenberg, F77.61.
Hans Sebald Beham