Albrecht Altdorfer, 16th century
373. Danube Landscape near Regensburg with the Castles of Worth and Schenkenberg, Munich, Alte Pinakothek (No. W.A.F. 30)
305 × 223 × 4 mm
Sample 538. Vertical grain. One board. Panel not reinforced. Bare wood
Lucas Cranach, signed with a bat-winged dragon, ca. 1520
374. Portrait of a Young Girl, Paris, Musée du Louvre (No. 2702A, p. 68. Inv. no. R.F. 1767)
410 × 257 × 5 mm
Sample 329. Vertical grain. Insect damage. One board. One split from bottom to top 50 mm from the right edge. Bare panel. Traces of six seals.
Lucas Cranach the Elder, ca. 1521
375. Portrait of Geiler von Kaiserberg, Munich, Alte Pinakothek (No. 9363)
300 × 245 (whole width) × 6 mm
Samples 558, 558A. Vertical grain. Good condition; very few insect holes. One board. 8 mm strips of wood on the lateral edges. Panel not reinforced. Bare wood.
Lucas Cranach the Elder, ca. 1526
376. Portrait of H. Melber, Munich, Alte Pinakothek (No. W.A.F. 169)
600 × 395 × 7 mm
Sample 567. Vertical grain. Good condition. Two boards. Roughly cut. Strip of filasse on the upper part of the join. Two pieces of wood on the corners at the top. Sides of the panel are bevelled.
Lucas Cranach the Elder, signed, dated 1529
377. Venus in a Landscape, Paris, Musée du Louvre (No. 2703, p. 68. Inv. no. 1180)
380 × 240 × 5 mm
Samples 282; 330; 330A. Vertical grain. Number of insect holes. One board. Worked with a plane. Edges of the panel are bevelled. One seal. Support not reinforced. Bare wood.
Attributed to Lucas Cranach the Elder, dated 1535
378. The Effects of Jealousy, Paris, Musée du Louvre (No. 2702, p. 66. Inv. no. R.F. 1184)
772 × 530 × 4 mm
Visual examination. Vertical grain. Good condition but insect damage on the left side.
Annibale Carracci, 16th century
379. The Infant Hercules Strangling the Serpents, Paris, Musée du Louvre (No. 1229, p. 47. Inv. no. 206; M.R. 124)
165 × 145 × 1 mm without auxiliary support
Visual examination. Horizontal grain. Very good condition of the support; the auxiliary support is insect damaged. One board. The support is reinforced by another 2 mm thick panel made of a coniferous tree (sample 298). A printed paper covers both faces of the auxiliary panel.