Albrecht Durer: A Guide to Research (Artist Resource Manuals)
Jane Campbell Hutchison
Hutchison's book is a complete guide on Durer and the research on his work, his historical import and his aesthetic legacy.
Artdossier (1988):28ff. Reports the sulphuric acid attack in Munich’s Alte Pinakothek on the Paumgartner Altarpiece (noon, April 21, 1988), the standing Mater Dolorosa and the Glimm Lamentation by a deranged man. (For restoration reports see Munich, Neue Pinakothek, 1998). 19. ——. Dürer-HisArt and Life, New York: Alpine, 1981. The English translation, by Heidi Grieve, of the monograph copyrighted by Office du Livre, Fribourg, Switzerland (1980). Beautifully produced, with many color plates of.
Petschau from Rudolph II in exchange for his Dürers in 1588. Included in the deal, in addition to paintings and prints, was the “Kunstbuch,” which held thirty-one drawings and watercolors, many of which are now in the Albertina. Documents indicate clearly that Imhoff had “shown” the album to his friend the painter Hans Hoffmann, author of a large number of copies and variations on the watercolors and one of the key figures in the so-called Dürer Renaissance. This is of particular interest,.
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 101 299. Halbe-Bauer, Ulrike. Mein Agnes. Die Frau des Malers Albrecht Dürer. Biographisches Roman. Mühlacker (Germany)/Irdning (Steiermark, Austria): Stieglitz, 1996. Although this is a historical novel, the background material is reasonably accurate, and the plot is more plausible than those of many of the works of fiction dealing with Dürer himself. Agnes has generally been portrayed more or less in terms of Willibald Pirckheimer’s assessment of her as a shrew, but.
The author was a dilettante rather than a painter, and his mathematics became outdated rather quickly, but Dürer’s publications simply gained in interest for such later mathematicians as Johannes Kepler, because some of the constructions he included were not treated elsewhere in the professional literature of geometry.48 Dürer had probably been inspired by the pioneering mathematical publications of Matthäus Roriczer (1486 and ca.1498), who in his youth had worked on the church of St. Lorenz in.
Well-known art dealer and publisher Johann Friedrich Frauenholz. Erhard, whose circle of friends included Kant, Schiller, Herder, Goethe, Novalis, Fichte, Klopstock, and Pestalozzi, was a prominent Jacobin who served for a time as Nuremberg’s secret agent in revolutionary Paris, and it was his conviction that works of artistic genius could best be nurtured, not in solitude but through contact between artists, who would stimulate one another. Mende relates concisely, year by year, the growth and.