Durer


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a leading German painter and engraver of the Renaissance (1471-1528)

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Whether through sin, through love, or through the intellect, Durer's women have the power to captivate us and to provide a glimpse of the rich and shifting world that DUrer and other real men and women inhabited around the year 1500," she said.
Two events in New York City on the weekend closest to his birthday (May 21) will take stock of the progress of science influenced by Durer and reexamine his contribution to the arts.
The exhibition is called Exposed : The Body in Art From Durer to Freud and runs until April 21 next year.
Share the Art Print with students, explaining pertinent details about how Albrecht Durer came to draw this animal, which was considered exotic to the people of Germany in 1505.
Tim Schmelcher, senior specialist at Christie's London's Prints Department, comments: 'What is mostly in demand are fine impressions of important or rare subjects by the great printmakers, mainly Rembrandt and Durer.
Albrecht Durer (21 May 1471 - 6 April 1528) was a German painter, printmaker, mathematician, and theorist from Nuremberg.
Earlier in the sale, there was much excitement surrounding a pair of rare woodcuts by Albrecht Durer - widely considered the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance.
A pair of oil paintings by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer depicting Adam and Eve at human scale went back on display at Madrid's Prado Museum Wednesday after a two-year restoration.
It was Porter's immersion in Reformation art in Basel that renewed her appreciation for Albrecht Durer, whose The Four Horsemen oft he Apocalypse (1498) and The Knight, Death, and the Devil (1513) she used as the structural and thematic reference points for her apocalyptic short novel.
To see the hand of Durer at work" is the chief concern of this bold study of the greatest German Renaissance artist's vision and technique (9).
Since then the flow of new texts about Durer continues unabated.
This I drew, using a mirror; it is my own likeness, in the year 1484, when I was still a child," wrote Albrecht Durer about his first self-portrait, sketched with great confidence and skill when he was 13 years old (1).
A promised gift of old-master prints includes 25 prints by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer and etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn.
After all, as the bibliography makes clear, Durer and his art are much written about.