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This bibliography presents a list of reference works and essays relevant to the discussion on Paul Lautensack's diagrams. In the early 1530s Lautensack began to express his unconventional theological views in highly complex drawings, which by 1535 were integrated into diagrams. However, the painter soon radically simplified these compositions and especially suppressed all but a few pictorial elements in them, so that the diagrams he composed around 1538 are much plainer than their precursors. A typical example of a simple diagram by Lautensack, which reproduces an opening from one of Lautensack's autograph manuscripts and can be dated to around 1538.

Keywords: Paul Lautensack's autograph manuscripts; Paul Lautensack's diagrams



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