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The Four Witches (Four Naked Women) 1497 Albrecht Dürer-Premium Matte Paper Poster



The Four Witches (Four Naked Women) 1497  Albrecht Dürer-Premium Matte Paper Poster

Licentious witches occupied a precarious place during the 16th and 17th centuries, due to their perceived seductive powers that threatened to overturn the patriarchal order of society. The four fleshy women of Albrecht Dürer’s beguiling Four Witches exchange vague and shifting glances that suggest sinister intentions. The threatening atmosphere is emphasized by a devil lurking behind an open doorway at the left, and a globe hanging from the ceiling inscribed O.G.H. (O Gott hüte), a proverb that means “Oh God, save us”—in this instance, from these sensual witches.

Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.

– Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb

– Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster


Printed and shipped on demand. No minimums.

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A2 (42 x 59.4 cm), 50×70 cm / 20×28″


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