Martin Luther's second edition German Bible, translated from the original Greek, known as "Dezembertestament" or the "December Testament" includes woodcut illustrations done by Lucas Cranach the Elder. Closely based on the Apocalypse woodcuts of 1498, Cranach’s illustrations for the Book of Revelation simplified Dürer’s visionary compositions, giving them a more immediate impact and removing certain details that had combined diverse chapters of the text within a single image.
BRA0930. [German New Testament]. Das Newe Testament Deutzsch. Translated by Martin Luther. Wittemberg: Melchior Lotther, [December] 1522.
Bible with woodcut illustrations
Luther, Martin, 1483–1546, tr., Cranach, Lucas, 1472–1553, and Lotter, Melchior, approximately 1470–1549, printer., “BRA0930,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed October 2, 2023, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1849.