I am in the process of making your search through the artwork easier. I am going through all of the pictures and labeling next to the cite the items that are displayed in the artwork. Here are some of the commonly used terms, sorry, I do not always use them consistently:
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Also known as: Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet, Master of Hausbuch, Meister des Hausbuches
An engraver and painter whose work is found in the last quarter of the 15th century. He working in Southern Germany. Though he did have several works that were paintings attributed to him and believed to may have been finished by other artist; the Master if the Housebook is most renowned for his work as an engraver and is believed to be the first artist to use the drypoint, a printmaking technique.
Also known as: Master of 1466(Active c. 1450-1467 Upper Rhine) A German engraver whose true identity is unknown. His name came from the monogram that appears on approx. eighteen pieces of his artwork. He has approx. 300 known pieces of work on varying subjects and was one of the most influential German engravers before Martin Schongauer.
Babenberg Family Tree (Babenberger Stammbaum), painted (1489-1492) by Hans Part and others for the abbey of Klosterneuburg. The central panel contains pictures from the lives of the male Babenbergs. The right side panel depicts pictures of the wives of Babenberg rulers. This work is maintained at Stift Klosterneuburg in Klosterneuburg, Austria.