Dürer

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Velhagen & Klasing, 1900 - Artists - 144 pages
 

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Contents

Portrait of Frederick the Wise Berlin
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St Anthony and St Sebastian Dresden II
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Drawing known as Diirers Father British Museum
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Diirers own portrait 1498 Uffizi Florence
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A Woodcut from the Apocalypse
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A Woodcut from the Apocalypse
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A Woodcut from the Apocalypse
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Portrait of Oswald Krell Munich
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Portrait of Hans Tucher Weimar
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Portrait of Felicitas Tucherin Weimar
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Diirers portrait of himself 1500 Munich
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Hercules and the Stymphalian Birds Nuremberg
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The Lamentation for Christ Munich
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The Nativity Munich
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Lucas Paumgartner Munich
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Stephan Paumgartner Munich
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28 The three peasants Engraving
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The Standardbearer Engraving
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The Crucifixion Drawing Basle
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The Anns of Death Engraving
35
Adam and Eve Drawing Albertina Vienna
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Adam and Eve Engraving
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Adoration of the Magi Uffizi Florence
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35 John the Baptist Kunsthalle Bremen
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Descent from the Cross Drawing Uffizi Florence
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The Entombment Drawing Albertina Vienna
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Fig 39 The Marriage of the Virgin Woodcut Page
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The Repose in Egypt Woodcut
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Christ taking leave of his Mother Woodcut
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The Feast of the RoseGarlands Strahow Prague
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The Feast of the RoseGarlands Copy Vienna
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The Cruciftxion Dresden
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Study of a head Albertina Vienna
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Christ among the Doctors Barberini Palace S3 47 Portrait of a man Vienna Gallery
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Portrait of a young man Hampton Court
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Adam Prado Gallery Madrid
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Eve Prado Gallery Madrid
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The Ten Thousand Martyrs Vienna Gallery
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Study for the head of an Apostle Berlin
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Study of draper for an Apostle Berlin
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Christ on the Mount of Olives Engraving
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The Kiss of Judas Engraving
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The Virgin and Child Drawing Basle Museum
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The Man of Sorrows Engraving
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Frontispiece to the Life of the Virgin Woodcut
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The Death of the Virgin Woodcut
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The Assumption of the Virgin Woodcut
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Christ appearing to the Magdalen Woodcut
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The Betrayal of Christ Woodcut
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The Resurrection Woodcut
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The All Saints Altarpiece Vienna Gallery
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The Holy Trinity Woodcut
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Two Angels with the Vernicle Engraving
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The Knight Death and the Devil Engraving
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Diirers Mother Drawing Berlin
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Supposed portrait of Katharina Krey Drawing Berlin
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St Jerome in his Cell 1
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Maximilian and Mary of Burgundy Woodcut
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Troops entering a town Woodcut 11
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Maximilian receiving the submission of a town Woodcut
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The Investiture of the Duke of Milan n
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A page of Maximilians Prayerbook Drawing
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St Philip Uffizi Gallery Florence 88 St James Uffizi Gallery Florence 89 Portrait of Wolgemut Munich
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Design for a tomb Drawing Ufftzi Gallery l3
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Fg 93 The Virgin and two angels Engraving Page
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The Virgin surrounded by angels Woodcut 107
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Sketch for the Triumphal Chariot Albertina
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Portrait of Maximilian Drawing Albertina
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Portrait of Maximilian Woodcut
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Portrait of Maximilian Vienna Gallery III
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Portrait of Felix I Iungersperg Albertina 113
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Costume drawing Ambrosiana Milan 114
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Two women of Zeeland Drawing Chantilly 115
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Christ bearing the Cross Drawing Ufftzi Gallery
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Diirers Wife Drawing Berlin Cabinet 117
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Study of a negress Ufftzi Gallery
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Portrait of Hans Imhof ? Madrid Gallery 119
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Study of an old mans head Albertina Vienna Pages 120121
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Maximilian on the Triumphal Car Woodcut Page
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no Monkeys dancing Drawing Basle Museum 122
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The Great Cardinal Engraving
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Frederick the Wise Engraving
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Wilibald Pirkheimer Engraving 125
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The Adoration of the Magi Drawing Albertina
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Jacob Muflel Berlin Gallery 127
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Johannes Kleeberger Pinakothek Munich 129
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Philip Melanchthon Engraving 130
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Hieronymus Holzschuher Berlin Gallery 131
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The Virgin with the Apple Ufftzi Florence
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St John and St Peter Pinakothek Munich
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St Mark and St Paul Pinakothek Munich
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Head of Christ Chiaroscuro Woodcut
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The Coat of arms with the Cock Engraving
139
The Pirkheimer border Woodcut
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Pirkheimers bookplate Woodcut 141
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Hector Pomers bookplate Woodcut
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Study of an angels head British Museum
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Portrait of a man Drawing Albertina
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Portrait of a man Berlin Cabinet
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St Christopher Drawing in a private collection
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Martyrdom of St Catharine Drawing British Museum
147
The Virgin and Saints Drawing the Louvre
148
Varieties of facial type Drawing in a private collection
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Page 98 - They answered him, Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus saith unto them, I am he. And Judas also, which betrayed him, stood with them. 6 As soon then as he had said unto them, I am he, they went backward, and fell to the ground.
Page 102 - Lord with gladness, and come before his presence with a song. Be ye sure that the Lord he is God : it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. 0 go your way into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts...
Page 24 - I shall not labor in vain, if I set down that which may be useful for painting. For the art of painting is employed in the service of the Church and by it the sufferings of Christ and many other profitable examples are set forth. It preserves also the likeness of men after their death.
Page 141 - Apostles, the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, the Epistle to the Hebrews, the Epistle of St. James, the first Epistle of St. Peter, the second Epistle of St. Peter, the first Epistle of St. John, the second Epistle of St. John, the third Epistle of St. John, The Epistle of St. Jude, the Revelation of St. John. " Article IV. — The books above said...
Page 2 - I drew myself from the mirror in the year 1484, when I was still a child. Albrecht Durer.
Page 20 - ... therefore he used it here. " The ruin serves as a stable. A roof of board is built out in front of the side-room which shelters the ox and ass, and under this lean-to lies the new born babe surrounded by angels who express their childish joy. Mary kneels and contemplates her child with glad emotion. Joseph, also deeply moved, kneels down on the other side of the child, outside the shelter of the roof. Some shepherds to whom the angel, who is still seen hovering in the air, has announced the tidings,...
Page 109 - This is the Emperor Maximilian, whose likeness I, Albrecht Diirer, have taken at Augsburg, high up in the palace in his little chamber, in the year of Grace 1518, on Monday after St. John the Baptist's Day.
Page 141 - Mark," and wrote texts from the second of Peter, the first of John, the second of Paul to Timothy, and the twelfth chapter of the Gospel of St. Mark, which contain warnings against false prophets and teachers of heresy, repudiators of the divinity of Christ, blasphemers, and arrogant scribes. On April 6, 1528, Diirer's continued illness ended in death, suddenly and peacefully. As Luther said of him, "Christ took him away in good time from stormy days destined to become more stormy still.
Page 16 - ... NATIVITY Our description of this painting calls attention to the fact that the columns and arches of the picturesque ruin belong to a much later period in history than the birth of Christ. Durer was not acquainted with any earlier style of architecture than the Romanesque and therefore he used it here. " The ruin serves as a stable. A roof of board is built out in front of the side-room which shelters the ox and ass, and under this lean-to lies the new born babe surrounded by angels who express...
Page 102 - Diirer took this likeness of his master, Michael Wolgemut, in the year 1516, and he was 82 years of age, and lived till the year 1519, and then departed on Saint Andrew's Day, very early before sunrise.

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