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Genius, passion and measure in the European Renaissance.

After growing up amidst the chased silver of his father’s workshop, at the height of glory of the city of Nuremberg, Dürer witnessed the European cultural and historical adventure of the early 16th century: geographical discoveries, the formation of the empire of Charles V, the Reformation. His great creative freedom, international impact, technical versatility, moral and ethical commitment make Dürer not only the most important German painter, but also one of the greatest figures in art as a whole.
The book offers an unusual concentration of information on the artist, with over 300 full-color illustrations.


Format
13,5x21
Binding
paperback
Pages
144
Year of publication
1998
ISBN
9788878138308
Genre
Art
Publisher
Electa

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