Print shows Edmund Burke sitting at a desk on a crescent moon, holding a quill pen, an open "pamphlet" and an inkwell are on the desk, broken chains hang from his wrists; a scene on the front of the desk, label... more
Five German soldiers, one carrying a sword, one playing the fife, a drummer whose drum bears Hopfer's initials, one carrying a flag, and one carrying a halberd.
Hubbard Collection (Library of Congress). Probably an experimental plate or sketch plate; profile of man at far left may be a portrait of Dürer's brother Endres. Meder, 95 Hollstein, 95 Bartsch, 70 Panofsky, 177
Print shows Death and the Devil interrupting the lives of two wealthy women. Title devised by Library staff. Bradley Collection. Stamped on verso: Tilgungs-Stempel K.K.C. Stamped on verso: Kupferstich-Sammlung ... more
Title from shelflist card. Signed with initials on plate. Bartsch, 2. LeBlanc, 2. Nagler I: 280. Coll. mark of Bradley Collection on verso. Bradley Collection.
Engraving shows battalions of armies of soldiers and riders on horseback in circular formation on the outskirts of a walled city in flames. Tent encampments are visible around the outskirts. Title from image ca... more
Print shows a bird's-eye view of Passau from the south with the Inn River in the foreground and the Danube River in the background; also shows a man and a woman walking at bottom center with another woman and a... more
Print shows groupings of soldiers, troups, officers and related personnel outside a walled city identified as Neuhofen. Groups are labeled with numbers to identify their role or activities. Key to the numbers i... more
Print shows the battle of Targoviste between the troops of Michael the Brave, the Prince of Siebenburgen (Transylvania) and Sinan Pasha of the Ottoman Empire in October, 1595. Picture shows a tent encampment ou... more
Picture shows two panels with depiction of a battlefield scene of the Battle of Guruslău that occurred in Transylvania on August 3, 1601 between the Transylvanian forces of Sigismund Báthori and the Hapsburg tr... more
Print shows Capitano, a stock character in the Commedia dell'arte, with theatrical stage set and spectators in background. Title from shelflist card. From: Balli di Sfessania. Lieure, 289.
Print depicts the death of Imperial General Charles Bonaventure de Longueval, Count of Bucquoy in battle during the siege of Érsekújvár (Neuhäusel) on 10 July 1621. Visible are soldiers on horseback brandishing... more
Prints depicting various characters such as comedians and soldiers. Title from shelflist card. LC set incomplete: 7 of 50 lacking. Lieure, 428-477.
Print shows soldiers sacking a village for provisions and loot, and burning some of the buildings and killing citizens; shows a church on a hill in the background. Includes six lines of verse printed below imag... more
Print shows a birds-eye view of the Battle of Lutter (Lutter am Barenberge) from August 1626 between the troops of Christian IV of Denmark against the forces of Emperor Ferdinand II led by Johan Tzerclaes, Coun... more
Title from shelflist card. Signed with monogram and dated in pencil. Impression from worn plate, badly printed. Rovinski, 16. Bjorkland, 31-L. Gardiner Greene Hubbard Collection.
Anti-Catholic lampoon, in which a bloated Catholic prelate regurgitates cities that have fallen to the Swedes, from their support of Stralsund (1628) to the capture of Bad Kreuznach, 20 (O.S. 10) February 1632.
Title from shelflist card. Signed and dated in pencil. On shelflist card: "Printed by Basan? 17 ." Impression from heavily worked plate. Bartsch, 17. Bjorkland, 33-G. Hubbard Collection.
Print shows birds eye view of the encampment of Swedish troops outside of Dachstein in Alsace. The walled town with its castle indicate is shown under attack by cannon fire, smoke is visible from within the tow... more
Print shows birds eye view of the battle field and formation of troops outside of Pfaffenhofen. Indicated on the print are letters A-N, with no key. Also identified in the picture are the towns of Liechtenberg ... more
Print shows birds eye view from the south of Konstanz on the shore of Lake Constance at the mouth of the Rhine River. Also shwn are the towns of Reichenau, Gottlieben, Pettershusen [Petershausen], Almenstorff [... more
Title from Prints & Photographs Division shelflist card. Signed within image, lower right. Indistinct plate mark. Collector's marks: Earl of Aylesford (1786-1859) and John Webster (1810-1891). Some retouching i... more
Title from shelflist card. Signed and dated in pencil. Ex. coll.: J.A. Boerner. Rovinski, 23. Bjorkland, 34-B (3rd state). Gardiner Greene Hubbard Collection.
Title from shelflist card. Signed and dated in pencil. Trimmed inside plate mark. Ex. coll.: Kupferstich kabinett der Staatlichen Museen, Berlin (Lugt, 1612; sale stamp dated: a. 86). Baron H.A. von Derschau (L... more
Title from shelflist card. Signed in the plate. Unidentified watermark. Unidentified coll. mark on verso. Purchase; Hubbard Fund; (DLC/PP-440061). Hollstein, 3 (2nd state) Bartsch, 3
Print shows birds eye view of the battlefield formation of troops during the battle of Nördlingen from August 3,1645. Includes view of the village of Allerheim under fire in the center between the castles of Al... more
Print shows birds eye view of the village of Memmingen during the siege between September 9 and November 14, 1647. The village had been in control of the Swedish army but was under attack by Bavarian forces for... more
Birds-eye view print shows the plan of the city of Lindau on the shore of Lake Constance during the siege by the Swedish army in 1647. Included are views of ships on the lake, formation of troops and key landma... more
Print shows bird's-eye view of Constantinople with prominent features identified by number, also shows two men walking with dogs in the lower right foreground; includes eight lines of verse in Latin, Dutch, and... more
Print shows several women and children viewing a magic lantern, which is a large box set on a stand and manipulated by a man standing on the right. The children appear spellbound by the glow. Title from item.
Print shows bird's-eye view of Constantinople (after Merian, showing men with camels in the lower right foreground), view of the Sultan's palace, and a view of the Ayasofya Müzesi; includes extensive text about... more
Print shows birds eye view of Münster under siege from August until October 1657. Locations of different troops are numbered 1 through 51 and activities are labeled A-D and are identified along the left and rig... more
Birds-eye view print shows plan of the fortress of Montmédy, France during the 1657 siege commanded by French forces by Vauban who captured the fort from the Spanish. Includes locations of military headquarters... more
Print of map showing surprise attack of the March across the Belts when Swedish troops were able to cross the frozen water between the islands in Denmark. The winter of 1658 was one of the coldest winters on re... more
Print shows birds eye view of Copenhagen, Denmark surrounded by troops and armada of ships during the attack by Swedish troops on August 19, 1658 during the Dano-Swedish war. Illustrative details are numbered 1... more
Birds-eye view print shows plan of the battlefield near Mortara, Italy during siege of French troops under Duke Francesco I d'Este Modena in August 1658. In the lower right foreground are standing human figures... more
Birds-eye view print shows plans of the battlefield near Grevelingen (Gravelines) in northern France in August 1658. Includes views of foritifications, troop encampments and locations and ships in the water lab... more
Birds-eye view print shows ships in the harbor and in the inlet between Kronborg castle and Helsingør looking out from Copenhagen, Denmark. Swedish general Carl Gustav Wrangel attacked and the castle was under ... more
Birds-eye view print shows view of the battlefield around the star shaped fortress of Neuhausel (Nové Zámky, Slovakia) in 1663. Tents identified as belonging to Turkish troops are visible along the lower perime... more
Print shows fortified city of Sighet (Romania), troops and river. Locations on print marked A through O with explanation key to landmarks and troop locations. The fortress was captured by Count Nicolas von Seri... more
Birds-eye view print shows plan of the fortress and view of the city of Nitra (Slovakia). Forces under field marshal Count Jean-Louis Raduit de Souches recaptured the city from the Turks in 1664. Includes views... more
Print shows battle scene from behind of armies on horseback on attack with smoke and fire rising up from the Suleiman the Magnificent Bridge in Esseckh in the Hungarian Empire (present day Osijek, Croatia) in J... more
Birds-eye view print shows view of the battlefield near Barcan (Parkany, now Štúrovo, Slovakia) across the River Danube from Strigonia (Esztergom, Hungary) in August 1664. Imperial forces under field marshal Co... more
Birds-eye view print shows plan of the fortress of Săcueni (Romania) surrounded by swamp, [ca. 1670?]. The fortress was later completely destroyed. Title from caption at top left corner of the print. Reference ... more