Country: Netherlands
Site: Amsterdam, Church, St.-Nicholas
Sequence: S-1
Subject: Scene, Occupational: Carving
Date: 1480

BLOCK Elaine, Corpus of Medieval Misericords, Belgium and the Netherlands, (Edited by Frédéric Billiet, Jos Koldeweij, Christel Theunissen), Turnhout, 2010, p. 61.

KOF Suzette van’t, Amsterdam in gebed, Amsterdam, 2005, p. 37.

GRÖSSINGER Christa, Humour and folly in secular and profane prints of northern europe 1430-1450, London, 2002, p. 72.

HASSIG Debra, The mark of the beast: the medieval bestiary in art, life and literature, New York, 1999, pp. 23-50.

BLOCK Elaine, « Bell the cat and gnaw the bone: animals and proverbs on misericords » Reinardus: yearbook of the International Reynard Society 4, 1991, pp. 41-50.

GRAULS Jan, Volkstaaal en volksleven in het werk van Pieter Bruegel, Antwerpen, 1957, p. 83.

COPPENS Martien, Gothic Choir Stalls in the Netherlands, Amsterdam, 1950.

JENTE R., Proverbia communia, a fiftheenth century collection of Dutch proverbs together with the Low German version, Bloomington, 1947, p. 258.

HARREBOMEE PJ., Spreekwoordenboek der Nederlandsche taal of verzameling van Nederlandsche spreekwoorden en spreekwoordelijke uitdrukkingen van vroegeren en lateren tijd, Utrecht, 1858, pp. III-CCL, 327.

Date: Modern
Subject: Jan van Huisstede carving a misericord

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