Willful MurderSodomite Sin

4  Times  Crying  Shame  of  Sin

Murder, Willful. The murderer over his victim. – The Sodomite Sin. Fugitives, dog (?) & raven before the city-wall of the burning Sodom. In the clouds God the father. – Repression of the Poor / Widows and Orphans. On the right old craftsman with spindle, on the left cripple & woman with child, threatened by club swinging employer. – And when one delays and withholds the Earned Wage from the Workers and Day Laborers. The master of the vineyard, behind his back the slope with the vine, with the full purse in the right, rejecting two workers with their pickaxes requesting their payment. One of the latter piquantly identical with the club swinger before. 4 engravings on 2 sheet. (1679.) Inscribed in German as above & below. C. 3⅜ × 2⅜ in (8.5 × 6 cm).

Repression of the PoorWithholding Earned Wage

Set of 4 representations each recto & verso on the question How many sin(s) are there / which are a crying shame? Of which there are Four. with the concluding judging

“ And  such  vices  are  terribly  punished

often  in  this  life  by  the  Lord .”

Each scene then also with VINDICA banner blown by putto. – Works by an anonymous engraver of a catechism of Petrus Canisius SJ, Cologne 1679. – Slightly (sheet 1) to unessentially browned, white tear off of the lower corner in the former.

Offer no. 15,354 / EUR  78. (c. US$ 94.) + shipping

„ perfekt, Vielen Dank! “

(Frau S. N., 4. Mai 2017)