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date: 11 December 2019

(p. xi) List of Illustrations

(p. xi) List of Illustrations

  1. 1.1 Lucas Cranach the Younger, Martin Luther, woodcut, 14.4 × 14 cm, ca. 1550. National Gallery of Art, Washington. 2

  2. 1.2 Johann Valentin Haidt, The Protten Family, ca. 1751. Cover Archives, Herrnhut. 6

  3. 1.3 John Hall, 1775, after Benjamin West, William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians, engraving, 42.55 × 58.74 cm. National Gallery of Art, Washington. 15

  4. 2.1 Adam and Eve depicted in Hartmann Schedel, Liber chronicarum (Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1493), f. 7r. St. John’s College, Cambridge. 24

  5. 2.2 Pighius’s Controversiarum praecipuarum in comitiis Ratisponensibus tractarum sign. F6(v). Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. 36

  6. 7.1 Oskar Kokoschka, Portrait of T. G. Masaryk, 1935–1936, oil on canvas, H: 38 3/ 8 in × W: 51 1/ 2 in (97.47 × 130.81 cm). Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh. 125

  7. 19.1 Interior of St. Peter and Paul, Weimar. Foto Constantin Beyer, Weimar. 391

  8. 19.2 Johann Eck, Bibel ~ Alt vnd new Testament (Ingolstadt: Weissenhorn, 1550). Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München. 398

  9. 25.1 Karsthans dialogue, first published at Strasbourg in 1521. 530

  10. 25.2 Parish church of St. Michael in the imperial village of Gochsheim near Schweinfurt (present-day Bavaria). 535

  11. 29.1 Lucas Cranach the Elder, Wittenberg Altarpiece, front view, 1547, oil on panels, Stadtkirche, Wittenberg. 608

  12. 31.1 Rembrandt, The Mennonite Preacher Anslo and his Wife, 1641, oil on canvas, 173.7 × 207.6 cm. Foto Jörg P. Anders. 644

  13. 31.2 The oculus imaginationis (mind’s eye). From Robert Fludd, Utriusque cosmi maioris scilicet et minoris metaphysica, physica atque technica historia (Oppenheim: De Bry, 1619). 646

  14. 31.3 Anatomical cut of the head. From Gregor Reisch, Margarita Philosophica (Freiburg: Johannes Schott, 1503). 647

  15. 31.4 Albrecht Dürer, St. Jerome, 1521, oil on panel, 60 × 48 cm. 648 (p. xii)

  16. 31.5 Hendrick ter Brugghen, Weeping Heraclitus (or St. Jerome), ca. 1621, oil on canvas, 125.5 × 102 cm. Cleveland Museum of Art. 649

  17. 31.6 Pietro Paolini, Portrait of a Man Holding the Frontispiece to Dürer’s “Small Passion,” ca. 1635, oil on canvas, 126.4 × 103.5 cm. Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester. 650