The National Gallery of Canada hosted an exhibition of Reformation era German art, entitled From a Mighty Fortress, in 1981. This Cranach woodcut would have fit right in, but the gallery didn't acquire it until 1993.
Lucas Cranach the Elder and his studio cranked out multiple images of Judith and Salome, the Biblical decapitatrices. (You can tell the one from the other because Salome always brings the head in on a platter.) Cranach's female figures are generally small-shouldered, slouchy, wan look-alikes. But this Salome, held in the Musea Nacional de Arte Antiga in Lisbon, is a portrait of a real individual, Catherine of Saxony.