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Albrecht Durer

About The Resurrection

From the Engraved Passion

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From the Engraved Passion

About the Artist (1471-1528) “The second of eighteen children in the family of a master goldsmith, Albrecht Dürer’s father was not convinced Albrecht’s skills were of consequence.  He was apprenticed to a painter at the age of fifteen.  He spent four years under the tutelage of Michael Wolgemut, both a painter and an engraver.

 An avid traveler, his curiosity about all things drove him to travel before the age of nineteen. His wanderings across Europe allowed him to fall in love with Venice. Marrying in 1494, he used his wife’s dowry to set up his graphics workshop. 

 Dürer became one of the first to sign and date even his most incidental drawings. His chop, a reminder of his early goldsmith’s training, was known across Europe.” excerpted from a Dürer biography composed by Jean Ershler Schatz for AskArt.com


Medium Engraving on laid paper
Catalogue raisonne #67 The Intaglio Prints of Albrecht Durer Engravings, Etchings & Drypoints edited by Walter L. Strauss
Paper size 4 1/2" height X 20 30/32" width
Signed "AD" monogram at viewer's lower right on tablet
Date of creation 1512
Condition Fair to poor. Patched from the rear with paper to mask three (3) holes. Viewer's right side is paper taped. Dark stains are visible.