Hutchison's book is a complete guide on Durer and the research on his work, his historical import and his aesthetic legacy.
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Jane Campbell Hutchison is at the University of Wisconsin.From Library Journal:
This fascinating biography illuminates the life of one of the world's true artistic geniuses. Drawing on the artist's personal journals, diaries, and letters, and Agnes Durer's will, Hutchison documents Durer's international popularity and interaction with the royal, political, and religious leaders of a turbulent pre-Reformation Europe. The text follows the talented young artist from his childhood and apprenticeship as both a goldsmith and painter in Nuremberg to being a well-traveled journeyman, printmaker, publisher, author, and painter. It closes with a description of the artistic and social impact Durer had on the Northern Renaissance and future artists, including his relationship to both Catholic and Lutheran issues of the Reformation. Highly recommended.
- Stephen Allan Patrick, East Tennessee State Univ. Lib., Johnson City
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