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Albrecht Dürer and his legacy : the graphic work of a Renaissance artist

Author: Albrecht Dürer; Giulia Bartrum; Günter Grass; Joseph Leo Koerner; Ute Kuhlemann
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, cop. 2002.
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Albrecht Durer is the most significant and admired artist of the northern Renaissance. Tracing his work and influence from his earliest career to his powerful posthumous role within German culture,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Named Person: Albrecht Dürer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albrecht Dürer; Giulia Bartrum; Günter Grass; Joseph Leo Koerner; Ute Kuhlemann
ISBN: 0691114935 9780691114934
OCLC Number: 442154972
Description: 320 str. : ilustr. ; 29 cm.
Contents: The collection of drawings and prints by Albrecht Dürer in the British Museum --
Dürer viewed by his contemporaries / Giulia Bartrum --
Albrecht Dürer : a sixteenth-century influenza / Joseph Koerner --
The celebration of Dürer in Germany during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Ute Kuhlemann --
On stasis in progress : variations on Dürer's engraving Melencolia I / Günter Grass --
Dürer and his image --
Early years in Nuremberg : apprenticeship and travel, 1471-93 --
Dürer's first visit to Italy and the opening of his workshop, 1494-1500 --
Development of print techniques and second visit to Italy, 1500-1507 --
the Heller altarpiece and the Passion series of prints, 1507-12 --
The master printmaker in imperial service, 1512-19 --
Journey to the Netherlands and last works, 1520-28 --
Dürer's influence on his contemporaries --
The impact of Dürer across Europe during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries --
The Dürer renaissance, c.1570-c.1630 --
Dürer's Rhinoceros --
Dürer and the Romantics : ideology and myth in the nineteenth century.
Responsibility: Giulia Bartrum ; with contributions by Günter Grass, Joseph L. Koerner and Ute Kuhlemann.

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Winner of the 2003 Art Newspaper/AXA Exhibition Catalogue of the Year Prize "In the early 1500s, Drer was 'Europe's most famous living artist.' ... [T]he reverence for the German in the sixteenth Read more...

 
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