Paweł Szadkowski

Paweł Szadkowski

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Nicolas TOURNIER (1590 - 1639) Un spadassin Toile. 72 x 58 cm

Nicolas TOURNIER (1590 - 1639) Un spadassin Toile. 72 x 58 cm

1520 - 1550 - Print made by: Allaert Claesz.  (After: Jacob Binck)  A soldier holding a wooden shaft of a spear or pike with his wife (carrying a pet dog) and son (holding a chicken by the legs); copy after Jacob Binck (Hollstein 159) Engraving

1520 - 1550 - Print made by: Allaert Claesz. (After: Jacob Binck) A soldier holding a wooden shaft of a spear or pike with his wife (carrying a pet dog) and son (holding a chicken by the legs); copy after Jacob Binck (Hollstein Engraving

1512 (commissioned) ca. 1516 - 1519 (made) Burgkmair, Hans, born 1473 - died 1531 (artist) Triumph of the Emperor Maximilian I | DETAIL showing tossfrau with packbasket, man with costrel.  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

1512 (commissioned) ca. 1516 - 1519 (made) Burgkmair, Hans, born 1473 - died 1531 (artist) Triumph of the Emperor Maximilian I

References for various fundamental things - composition, balance of details etc. I don't have sources for most of these as its something that was lying on my hdd for a while, but you should be able to look it up through google images.

“ Swiss and Landsknecht soldiers engage in the exceptionally-fierce hand to hand combat known as “bad war.” The long spear shafts are their pikes, which became awkward to handle if the push of pike.