An examination of Albrecht Dürer whose vast body of work was most celebrated for its astonishing collection of woodcut prints, which transformed printmaking from an artisan practice into a whole new art form.
He created dense, meticulous compositions that were much larger, much more finely cut, and far more complex than any earlier woodcut efforts.
The book explores this pioneering figure's complex practice, his omnivorous intellect, and the key works which shaped his enduring legacy.
|Dimensions||1.3 x 21.6 x 26.7 cm|
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