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Featured Strasbourg Print

Desecrated tombstones are seen at the Sarre-Union Jewish cemetery, eastern France

Desecrated tombstones are seen at the Sarre-Union Jewish cemetery, eastern France, February 16, 2015. Several hundred Jewish tombs have been damaged in a cemetery near the northeastern French city of Strasbourg, the French interior minister said on Sunday. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Featured Strasbourg Print

Map of the Siege of Strasbourg, 1870, (c1872). Creator: R. Walker

Map of the Siege of Strasbourg, 1870, (c1872). 'Enlarged sketch of works. Drawn under the Superintendence of Captain Hozier'. The city of Strasbourg (in France) underwent bombardment from Prussian general August von Werder. The French surrendered the fortress on 28 September 1870. From "The Franco-Prussian War: its causes, incidents and consequences", Volume II, by Captain H M Hozier. [William Mackenzie, London, 1872]

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Featured Strasbourg Print

Combats and Triumphs, probably 1560s. Creator: Etienne Delaune (French, 1518/19-c. 1583)

Combats and Triumphs, probably 1560s. Etienne Delaune (French, 1518/19-1583) Combats and Triumphs, probably 1560s Engravings Gift of Leonard C. Hanna 1924.671-.674 The Triumph of Bacchus Battle of Men and Animals Combat of the Naked Men Battle of the Centaurs and the Lapiths The four prints shown here come from a series of twelve known as the Combats and Triumphs. The friezelike composition reflects the artist's study of marble relief carvings on Greek and Roman sarcophagi (coffins), here reduced to a preciously small setting. Against a flat, stagelike background, Delaune's balletic warriors engage in a Mannerist version of artificial war. Etienne Delaune was inspired by the art created at Fontainebleau, but he worked in Paris and then Strasbourg during the late 1500s. His small, exquisitely executed engravings reflect his training as a goldsmith and his work as a medallist

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