Albrecht Durer

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Noun1.Albrecht Durer - a leading German painter and engraver of the Renaissance (1471-1528)Albrecht Durer - a leading German painter and engraver of the Renaissance (1471-1528)
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Early Italian medals were made by modelling in wax to produce a mould, which could then be used to cast, while in Germany, first Albrecht Durer and then others carved directly into wood or stone.
Founded in 1986, FAI operates from its base in Albrecht Durer International airport in Nuremberg, Germany.
In it, a woodcut designed by Albrecht Durer depicts the 4th-century saint removing a thorn from a lion's paw; behind him are three open books displaying the first words of Genesis in Greek, Hebrew and Latin.
ART HISTORY: Albrecht Durer was an artist of genius proportions who lived in Germany and Northern Europe during the Renaissance.
Required for the Management of School Kiosk for snacks outside the lunch for hours at the Albrecht Durer School (Lot 1).
Faces are downcast, fingernails being bitten, worry is as graphic as if etched by Albrecht Durer.
During the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Durer were among the first artists to reconfigure the genre, shifting from the religious allegorical bias of previous epochs to more secular iconographies such as fruits and other natural objects.
Welcome to a new kind of Brothers Grimm story: one in which mystery abounds, where Albrecht Durer the Much Much Younger's Frog Prints go missing, and where a much-older Gretel living with her glutton brother Hans has become a famous German investigator.
It showcases images that were created in pursuit of scientific knowledge and to accompany important scientific works in disciplines ranging from astronomy to zoology, including illustrations by celebrated artists Albrecht Durer, Joseph Wolf, Moses Harris, and John Woodhouse Audubon.
Engraving was invented by Albrecht Durer, a Catholic priest," declares an 1890 article titled "Is it true that the Catholic church is the enemy of progress?
The artist Albrecht Durer came from which historic German city?
In ten chapters that draw upon writers and topics as diverse and engaging as Andre Malraux and his concept of the Musee Imaginaire, Colin Rowe and his exploration of Mannerism in Modern Architecture as well as Rowe s book with Fred Koetter, Collage City, and examining works by artists including Albrecht Durer, Picasso and Duchamp and architects including James Stirling, Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry and Daniel Libeskind, Maxwell steps effortlessly through a range of ideas and concepts, to create an engaging and provocative thesis.