Albrecht Durer

  1. a leading German painter and engraver of the Renaissance (1471-1528)
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  • It became convenient to account for shifts in Freud's work by focusing on his early reliance on drawing and to cite the influence of painters from northern Europe such as Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres and Albrecht Dürer, or even to suggest a false comparison with the Neue Sachlichkeit painters active in Germany in the 1920s but unknown to the young Freud and overlook others as relevant as Paul Cézanne and Chaim Soutine. Lucian Freud obituary
  • Among the most influential recent studies on Albrecht Durer is that authored by Joseph Koerner.
  • Seducing the living bejabers out of little girls, it turned out – at least in the case of 16th-century German Albrecht Dürer, whose mesmerising image took pride of place in the impressionable eight-year-old Laura's postcard collection. Rewind TV: The Trip, Turn Back Time: The High Street, Wallace & Gromit's World of Invention, Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers, Ego: The Strange and Wonderful World of Self-Portraits
  • Weighing in at a hefty 6.5 pounds and sporting an embossed reproduction of the head of Albrecht Durer's Rhinoceros on the soft-bound cover, this catalog delivers a fascinating look at the scientific technology of the sixteenth century and the celebrated artists who participated in it. Jane Chafin: Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge
  • Highlights include nearly 50 works by master printmaker Albrecht Durer, some of which are displayed alongside their uncolored counterparts.
  • The name changed to Dürer but Albrecht Dürer senior always signed himself Türer rather than Dürer.
  • As a frontispiece, the book reproduces a plate by Albrecht Durer from his 1498 Apocalypse of Saint John, in which the picture of a book prefigures millennial revelations.
  • Schuster's study of Albrecht Durer's Melencolia weighed in at 838 densely printed pages.
  • The third and final book inventoried as in the kunstcaemer was Albrecht Durer's book on human proportions, published first in 1528 and in Dutch in 1622.
  • Albrecht Dürer became a leader in the art of xylography and was a part of the distinguished group who created the woodcuts of the Chronicle.
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