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They were copied on wood by an old engraver, in very inferior style. There is also a set of ninety small cuts of subjects from the Old Testament, executed in a bold masterly style, but with great delicacy. The best impressions of these were published at Lyon in 1539, by Melchior and Gaspar Treschel; but there is a later edition, with two Latin verses eulogizing Holbein, and in this the cuts were copied rather poorly by Hans Brosamer. Nearly all of Holbein’s later designs on wood were cut by Hans Lutzel-burger.
Holbein’s prestige was so great that when a nobleman complained to Henry the Eighth of an assault provoked by the artist, the King replied, “Out of seven ploughmen I can make seven lords, but of seven lords I cannot make one Holbein”. It has been a matter of much speculation and comment that Holbein should have been content to spend the last twenty-eight years of his life as court-painter, neither developing nor fully using the gifts so generously endowed him by nature. He did well under the patronage of Henry the Eighth as court-painter but it was not the path to the highest achievement.
Stokes Company, New York, for permission to use the illustrations of Gordon Grant from his book Sail Ho! , New York, for the use of illustrations from Millions of Cats, written and illustrated by Wanda Gág; to Oxford University Press, New York and London, for permission to use the illustrations of Helen Sewell from A First Bible; to the John C. Winston Company of Philadelphia for permission to use the illustrations of Kurt Wiese from Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze by Elizabeth Foreman Lewis. Acknowledgment is also made to Tosspo, Warsaw, for illustrations by St.
500 Years of Illustration: From Albrecht Durer to Rockwell Kent by Howard Simon