By Jane Campbell Hutchison
Hutchison's booklet is an entire advisor on Durer and the examine on his paintings, his old import and his aesthetic legacy.
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Starts with the influence [of Dürer’s engraving] felt within the 19th century, relatively within the works of Gautier, de Nerval, Baudelaire, and Hugo…” [Author: in RILA]. 106 ALBRECHT DÜRER: A advisor to analyze 321. ——. “An strange Binding after Dürer’s Melencolia I. ” magazine of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 38 (1975):341–342. Discusses a gold binding layout for Ignaz von Born’s satire, Monachologia (Edinburgh, 1852), which depicts a bat wearing monk’s behavior sporting a banderole. 322. Hausmann, Bernhard.
Verhältnis und Beitrag Albrecht Dürers zur Kunst der Reformationszeit. ” Bildende Kunst (1971):235–239. Dürer used to be very popular within the Deutsche Demokratische Republik, the place through Dürer yr 1971 there has been robust sentiment in prefer of emphasis at the German “heritage. ” Bildende Kunst, an East German periodical, was once now not extensively subscribed to within the usa, the place it was once appeared by means of many with suspicion as too politically inspired to be completely trustworthy. this text identifies Humanist and Reformation components in different of Dürer’s works.
The artwork Bulletin fifty three (September 1971): 303–305. deals a resounding rationalization of the gourd putting from the ceiling in Dürer’s grasp engraving of 1514, which he identifies as a number of the Latin genus Cucurbita, depicted in a woodcut representation for Johannes de Cuba’s Hortus Sanitatis (1485: Mainz, Peter Schöffer. ) the writer sees it, now not easily as a logo of transience as Reuterswärd had performed (1967)—although transience is of value within the biblical story of Jonah, who reclined lower than this type of vine—but as a veiled allusion to St.
Metropolitan Museum of paintings. Gothic and Renaissance artwork in Nuremberg 1300–1550, Rainer Kahsnitz, et al. Munich: Prestel, 1986. of an exhibition proven in Nuremberg on the Germanisches Nationalmuseum and in ny. integrated have been items in all media, the bulk from West German museums, church buildings and personal collections, but additionally loans from Austria, Canada, France, eire, Poland, Switzerland, the uk, and the U.S.. superbly produced, it includes scholarly essays by way of Alfred Wenderhorst (on Nuremberg’s historical past as an Imperial city); Hermann Maué (on Nuremberg’s urban scape and structure, and on German portrait medals); Rainer Brandl (on the prestige of artists and/or craftsmen in medieval Nuremberg); Rainer Kahsnitz (on sculpture in all media, and on stained glass); William D.
Jahrhunderts. ” Jahrbuch für Kunstsammler 4/5 (1924):9–34. offers with goods by means of Dürer within the collections of Cardinal Grimani (p. 24) and Gabriele Vendramin (pp. 29–30 and 34). 280. Grosch, Gerhard. “Medizinhistorische Bibliographie zum Leben und Werk Albrecht Dürers. ” Münchner Medizin. Wochenschrift, 113 (1971):810–814. A bibliographical replace of the clinical literature referring to Dürer’s existence and paintings. 281. Grossmann, Maria. Humanism in Wittenberg 1485–1517, Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1975. areas Friedrich the Wise’s patronage of Dürer within the context of his complete patronage of artists and craftsmen, in addition to in that of the pioneering learn of the humaniora [sic] on the newly-founded Wittenberg college, and of Wittenberg as an early middle of printing.