An inspiration to multitudes of artists from many eras - among them, Picasso - sixteenth century painter, colourist and science aficionado Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) richly deserves fresh investigation and examination, both as a man and as an artist.
Renowned art historian Norbert Wolf’s meticulously researched book convincingly dismisses long-running disputes over the authenticity of 17 of Dürer's 55 extant paintings and drawings, of which the most famous are reproduced in exquisite detail to complement the deft, fluent text.
"Presenting a unique and balanced perspective on the German Renaissance master, Albrecht Dürer contains a comprehensive biography that details the artist’s commercial acumen and prescience, and a definitive catalog raisonné of his works that sheds new light on his talent, working practices, and the depth of his influence on contemporary art and artists."
|Dimensions||23.2 x 3.3 x 33.1 cm|
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