As one who paved the way for the German Renaissance, Durer is a man of so many superlatives that we can even call his active period of “The Age of Durer”. In the transition of the Middle Ages to the modern times, marked by religious, societal, and technological changes and the discovery of the new worlds, Durer moved across the European stage as a cosmopolitan, in constant dialogue with the greatest of his era. His extensive oeuvre set standards for watercolors, woodcuts, cooper plates and etching and he turned both of self-portrait and landscape study into new genres.
Author: Ruth Dangelmaier
Languages: Romanian, English, Czech, Greek, Polish, Slovak.
Format: Hardback with a jacket
Size: 180 x 180 mm