A new era – the age of Dürer

Masterpieces of printed graphics c. 1500


Opening: 09.06.2011
Curated by: Karin Leitner-Ruhe, Helga Hensle-Wlasak</strong>

Albrecht Dürer’s life spanned the transition from the late Middle Ages to the Renaissance, and his oeuvre reflects developments each side of the divide as well as the contrasting cultural regions of the Holy Roman Empire and Italy. Major works from the  Graphic Cabinet represent the apogee of Dürer’s graphic work (eg. "Melancholy" or "Fall of Man") and form the focus of the exhibition. This panorama of masterpieces will be complemented by works of leading contemporaries from Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.

 

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Eggenberger Allee 90
8020 Graz, Österreich
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