The Four Witches
Witch riding backwards on a goat
"The relationship between witches and goats dates back to the early centuries of witch mythology, especially within the Catalonian culture. Witches would often use goats as their companions and in this case, as a means of transport. Below this dramatic scene dance a series of cherubs scattered throughout the composition. The witch is portrayed atop the ram, holding a scepter in one hand and one of the ram's horns in the other.
Created in c. 1500, this work is a Meder State I (b) impression featuring the
monogrammed initials of Albrecht Dürer (1471 - 1528) engraved in the plate in
the lower right."
Information from Master Works Fine Art