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Pottery jug with green glaze depicting human face at front with arms beneath. The arms are formed of applied strips and are bent at the elbow so that the gloved hands are pressed against the body at shoulder level. The hair is represented by a strip of clay above the top of the handle. This is decorated with pierced holes and short, incised lines, probably representing braiding. Restored from fragments.  Medieval 14thC(early) Excavated/Findspot: Worcester Cathedral,  Height: 39.7 centimetres

Pottery jug with green glaze depicting human face at front with arms beneath. The arms are formed of applied strips and are bent at the elbow so that the gloved hands are pressed against the body at shoulder level. The hair is represented by a strip of clay above the top of the handle. This is decorated with pierced holes and short, incised lines, probably representing braiding. Restored from fragments. Medieval 14thC(early) Excavated/Findspot: Worcester Cathedral, Height: 39.7 centimetres

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Hans Baldung- Judith with the Head of Holefernes

Hans Baldung- Judith with the Head of Holefernes

Hans Baldung Grien [1485-1545], Portret van een dame, 1530, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Hans Baldung Grien [1485-1545], Portret van een dame, 1530, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

I absolutely love the orange and green high-collared dress (2nd from left, top row). The face of Judith, in Cranach.  Collage from various sources for class about historic fashion in art. Link provided to Lucascranach.org Digital Archive

I absolutely love the orange and green high-collared dress (2nd from left, top row). The face of Judith, in Cranach. Collage from various sources for class about historic fashion in art. Link provided to Lucascranach.org Digital Archive

Third quarter of 15th century, Judith and Holofernes. Paris, Bibl.  Mazarine, ms.  1559, f.  087

Third quarter of 15th century, Judith and Holofernes. Paris, Bibl. Mazarine, ms. 1559, f. 087

Judith and Her Maid Putting the Head of Holofernes into a Bag Hans Burgkmair (German, Augsburg 1473–1531 Augsburg) Medium: Woodcut Dime...

Judith and Her Maid Putting the Head of Holofernes into a Bag Hans Burgkmair (German, Augsburg 1473–1531 Augsburg) Medium: Woodcut Dime...

centuriespast:    Judith with the Head of Holofernes  Israhel van Meckenem (German, Meckenem ca. 1440/45–1503 Bocholt  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

centuriespast: Judith with the Head of Holofernes Israhel van Meckenem (German, Meckenem ca. 1440/45–1503 Bocholt The Metropolitan Museum of Art

77. Junto a un torno de mano, una de las primeras representaciones del torno de doble rueda y banco en el tratado 'De Pirotechnia...' de Vannoccio Biringucci (1540). Biblioteca de a Universidad Complutense BH FG 726,146r

77. Junto a un torno de mano, una de las primeras representaciones del torno de doble rueda y banco en el tratado 'De Pirotechnia...' de Vannoccio Biringucci (1540). Biblioteca de a Universidad Complutense BH FG 726,146r

Title:  Dark grey stoneware tankard: mid 16th century    Description:  Small Brown stoneware jug with moulded decoration of a man wearing a cloak. Around him are flowers and trees. This small dark salt-glazed stoneware tankard or 'pinte' was probably made in the Maximinenstrasse pottery near Cologne cathedral.

Title: Dark grey stoneware tankard: mid 16th century Description: Small Brown stoneware jug with moulded decoration of a man wearing a cloak. Around him are flowers and trees. This small dark salt-glazed stoneware tankard or 'pinte' was probably made in the Maximinenstrasse pottery near Cologne cathedral.