From a Book of Hours made in Bruges in 1540: a calendar containing a full-page illumination for each month. This is the illustration which accompanied the calendar page for January.
Here’s a description from the British Museum’s Medieval manuscripts blog:
“In the foreground of the opening January scene […] is a man splitting wood for a fire, assisted by a woman close by. Behind them a man and his wife, who is nursing an infant, can be seen in their home, warming themselves by the fire. In the snowy background is a church, with bundled-up parishioners exiting. The bas-de-page scene shows a group of men pulling (with great effort it seems) another man on a sledge.”