A man, head and shoulders, intended to be Lucas van Leyden. Pen and ink drawing after an etching after a drawing by Albrecht Dürer.
- Lucas, van Leyden, 1494-1533.
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Effigies Luca Leidensis propria manu incidere.
1 drawing : pen and ink ; image 18.8 x 15.7 cm
Adam Bartsch, Le peintre graveur, Leipzig, 1854-1870, vol. 7, pp. 216-217, after no. 173
B. Cornelis and J.P. Filedt Kok, 'The taste for Lucas van Leyden prints', Simiolus, vol. 26, 1998, pp. 18-86, pp. 35-36
Wellcome Library no. 33480i
After an etching catalogued by Bartsch on the evidence of the inscription as a work by Lucas van Leyden, but later identified as a seventeenth century print after a portrait drawing by Albrecht Dürer in the British Museum (F. Winkler, Die Zeichnungen Albrecht Dürers, Berlin 1936-1939, vol. 4, no. 809; British Museum, The graphic work of Albrecht Dürer, London 1971, no. 269)