by The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Wolfgang Grosschedel (German, active ca. 1517-62) was the most famous Landshut armorer of his generation, counting the Holy Roman Emperor and Phillip II of Spain among his patrons. These armors for man and horse in The Met collection were preserved in the armory of Hhenaschau Castle, the historical seat of the Freybergs, until the mid-19th century and constitute superb examples of Grosschedel's work.
Fletcher Fund, 1923. Copywright 2017 MMA
- 100% Italian Wool
- Dry Clean Only
- Made in Italy