All presentations can be seen as a comfortable shows as well: Every image can be shown in different preset resolutions and in addition may be optimally scaled on the fly according to the space available on your individual screen, if you want to (choose fit). The images will be saved additionally by your browser to your computer (cache), hence they will appear instantly on subsequent runs.
The image show serving the Winged Altar uses the museum setting to present the 4 sides one by one -- as in reality -- and in due sequence. In closed state, only the first side with 2 of the 15 panels are shown:
Sculptures are three dimensional objects and will always be presented in more or less arbitrary views, although they develop in space and should be understood and discovered in their three-dimensionality. Therefore, there are several views to most sculptures, for example the following 4 to work number › 513, which can be appreciated preferably as show:
Woodcut › 639 has been published in an edition of 100 copies, each being colored differently. Some of these variations are presented here and are studied preferentially as Show as well, putting special emphasize on the different impressions given by the colors: