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Albrecht Dürer

Deutsch: Albrecht Dürer (* 1471-05-21; † 1528-04-07), Nürnberger Maler, Holzschneider, Kupferstecher, Zeichner und Kunsttheoretiker.
English: Albrecht Dürer (May 21, 1471 - April 7, 1528), German printmaker and painter.
Español: Alberto Durero (21 de mayo de 1471 - 7 de abril de 1528); Pintor y grabador alemán.
Esperanto: Albrecht Dürer (21a de majo, 1471 - 7a aprilo, 1528); Germana pentristo grafikisto.
Français: Albrecht Dürer (21 mai 1471 - 7 avril 1528), peintre et graveur allemand.
Magyar: Albrecht Dürer (1471. május 21. - 1528. április 7.) nürnbergi festő, grafikus, könyvkiadó és művészetelméleti író.
Nederlands: Albrecht Dürer (Neurenberg, 21 mei 1471 – aldaar, 7 april 1528) was een Duits schilder, graveur, edelsmid, tekenaar, aquarellist, kunsttheoreticus en ontwerper.
Polski: Albrecht Dürer (21. maja 1471 - 7. kwietnia 1528) - niemiecki malarz, grafik i rytownik.
Português: Albrecht Dürer (21, Maio, 1471 - 7, Abril, 1528), pintor Alemão, famoso por suas gravuras.
Română: Albrecht Dürer (n.21 mai 1471 - d. 7. aprilie 1528), pictor, creator de gravuri din Nürnberg.
Slovenčina: Albrecht Dürer (21. máj 1471 - 7. apríl 1528) - nemecký maliar, grafik a rytec.
Türkçe: Albrecht Dürer (21 Mayıs 1471 - 7 Nisan 1528) Alman ressam, matematikçi ve matbaacı.
Македонски: Албрехт Дирер (21 мај 1471 - 7 април 1528) - германски графичар и сликар.
Ελληνικά: Άλμπρεχτ Ντύρερ (* 1471-05-21; † 1528-04-07), Γερμανός ζωγράφος, χαράκτης και μαθηματικός.
עברית: אלברכט דירר (21 במאי, 1471 - 7 באפריל, 1528) צייר, גלף עץ וחרט גרמני
Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5580 s:en:Author:Albrecht Dürer
Albrecht Dürer
Alternative names Albrecht Dürer
Description

German painter, printmaker, engraver and mathematician

Date of birth/death 6 April 1528
Location of birth/death Nuremberg Nuremberg
Work location Nuremberg (1484–1490), Basel (1490–1494), Strasbourg (1490–1494), Colmar (1490–1494), Frankfurt am Main (1490–1494), Mainz (1490–1494), Cologne (1490–1494), Nuremberg (–1528), Innsbruck (1494), Venice (1494–1495), 1505–1506), Bologna (1505–1506), Milan (1505–1506), Florence (1505–1506), Rome (1505–1506), Augsburg (1518)
Authority control

PaintingsEdit

PortraitsEdit

SelfportraitsEdit

Male PortraitsEdit

Female PortraitsEdit

Christian motivesEdit

AltarsEdit

Old testamentEdit

MaryEdit

The Seven Sorrows of Mary, c. 1494-1597Edit

ChristEdit

ApostlesEdit

SaintsEdit

MythologyEdit

AllegoriesEdit

NatureEdit

Drawings, engravings and woodcutsEdit

MythologyEdit

AllegoriesEdit

Ship of foolEdit

PeopleEdit

PortraitsEdit

AnimalsEdit

Christian motivesEdit

GenesisEdit

Saint MaryEdit

The holy familyEdit

Passion of ChristEdit

EasterEdit

ApocalypseEdit

Other biblical scenesEdit

ApostlesEdit

SaintsEdit

Medals and coinsEdit

He even worked out engravings for coins. Nuremberg was famous for Guilder like the St. Laurentius.

LifeEdit

MonogramsEdit

Parodies and variationsEdit