Two rectangular friezes: one horizontal, one vertical. In the larger horizontal section, there is a man's head inside a triangle with two angel heads on the sides, with an elaborate border. In the vertical section, there are two angel heads blowing air out of their mouths.
This black and white print has a long vertical format showing two nude figures standing in front of a tree trunk. The female is holding an apple in each hand and has her left foot resting on a tablet with the letters HGB. Her face is turned to look at the figure behind her. This figure holds her shoulder with one hand and with the other places a leafy branch in front of her genitalia. On the bottom left corner is a date 1519.
This woodcut print depicts a scene from the Book of Genesis in the Bible, Genesis 3:1-7. After Adam and Eve have eaten the forbidden fruit, they are aware of the nakedness and cover themselves with fig leaves. The gestures of the figures suggest the erotic aspects of Adam and Eve's post-fall state of sin.
Three grief-striken figures lament over the body of a dead man lying on the ground before them. One of these figures, a robed woman who clasps her hands in agony, leans forward to peer into the face of the dead man, who is rendered with dramatic foreshortening. To the left of this woman sits a long-haired man wiping his eyes while another woman with wild unkempt hair seated next to him raises her arms in abject sorrow. Three nails and a pair of vessels sit in the immediate foreground next to the artist's initials "HGB."
This woodcut print depicts the Virgin Mary, St. John the Evangelist, and Mary Magdalene lamenting over the body of Christ at the foot of the cross. The Virgin, with her cowl drawn over her head, leans over Christ's body, while John and the Magdalene, wild with grief, sit behind her. The posts of the three crosses and a ladder as well as the feet of the two criminals executed with Christ appear behind this dramatic knot of figures. The nails driven through Christ's hands and feet sit prominently alongside two vessels in the foreground.
Inscriptions: l.l. at edge of plate mark in pencil: Frankfurt a. Main, Beim Dom; s.l.r. Orig. Holzschnits/Borrmann; s.l. center edge of sheet: "Handdrück"; embossed in circle l.l. corner of sheet: ZEICHENBLATT PEYREK'S [w. monogram]; verso inscribed l.r. iin pencil: "comXI./18 k.k.i.