AbstractTemporal Subjects | Without monogram. No date. | This large sheet, within an ornamental frame, consists of four separete woodcuts and the text. Roettinger ascribes only the scene on the left to Schoen. It pictures a peasant, carrying a garment.1 The second scene, showing three men at a table, was part of a broadsheet, issued by David de Negker in Augsburg, entitled "Brothers' Quarrel."2 The sources of the two other illustrations remain unidentified. | The present sheet, issued in 1622, is entitled "Christian candid warning to the godless and unconscionable usurers, in order that they may take better care of their souls for eternal bliss." | 1. This portion measures 139 x 46. | 2. Illustrated in Strauss 1975, vol. 2, p. 798. It will also be illustrated in the commentary vol. 11. | - Diedrich 1908, 913. | - Wascher 1953; 74. | - Alexander Strauss 1977, p. 764.
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