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Titlethe scarlet woman, the whore of Babylon; she is usually sitting on a scarlet beast with seven heads and ten horns, an angel announces the fall of Babylon, a mighty angel casting a great (mill)stone into the sea, the horseman whose name was Faithful and True (Christ) with his heavenly army
TypeIllustration
Sizes112x75
MaterialWoodcut
ColourBlack
ArtistChristoffel (2) van Sichem (after {Albrecht *Dürer})
Oldest appearance in Biblia Sacra1657
Iconclass73G491,73G4931,73G4933,73G531
DPD0
Iconclass descriptionthe scarlet woman, the whore of Babylon; she is usually sitting on a scarlet beast with seven heads and ten horns, an angel announces the fall of Babylon, a mighty angel casting a great (mill)stone into the sea, the horseman whose name was Faithful and True (Christ) with his heavenly army

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Appearances

Amsterdam BVU XI.05043 (Revelation) 2 Qq4r
Show scan: Amsterdam BVU XI.05043 (Revelation) vol.2 p.Qq4r
Show edition: 1657.B.dut.PJP.a

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Scan: Utrecht UB MAZ 2176 (Revelation) vol.2 p.Qq4r
Show edition: 1657.B.dut.PJP.b

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References

Literature references

Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut 1977 Chapter 2 An Introduction to the Woodcuts of the Seventeenth Century, with a discussion of the German woodcut Broadsides of the Seventeenth Century (by Ingeborg Lehmann-Haupt), New York

Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut 1983 Christoffel van Sichem A Family of Dutch 17th Century Woodcut Artists, in: Hollstein's Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, ca. 1450-1700, Vol. XXVII, Christoffel (1) van Sichem to Herman Specht, pp. 274-306

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