Saint Sebald of Nuremberg as a hermit, from the series Trophaeum vitae solitariae

Public Domain

Artist(s) / maker(s)

Raphael I Sadeler (publisher)
Maerten de Vos (after)
Hans Sadeler (engravers (printmakers))




16th century
Saint Sebald, a German hermit from the eighth century AD, stands in a clearing in a forest and preaches to peasants and citizens. The city of Nuremberg can be seen in the background.

More about this work

Artist(s) / maker(s) Raphael I Sadeler VIAF RKD , Maerten de Vos VIAF RKD Wikidata, Hans Sadeler
Type burin engraving
Category prints (visual works) AAT
Material paper
Dimensions 165 x 208 mm
Location Work currently not on display
Object number 2014-LV-2
Vlaamse Kunstcollectie - EN

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