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Albrecht DürerTaking printmaking to the next level

Albrecht Dürer was a German Printmaker born on May 21, 1471. Dürer contributed to the Northern Renaissance movement and died on April 6, 1528. Get notified when Albrecht Dürer's biography is complete:

Self-portrait at the age of thirteen

1484

Portrait of the Artist's Father

1490

Self-portrait at age 22

1493

Saint Jerome Penitent in the Wilderness

1496

The Apocalypse — The Whore of Babylon

1498

The Apocalypse — The Four Horsemen

1498

Wing of a Roller

1500

Self-portrait at age 28

1500

Young Hare

1502

The Large Piece of Turf

1503

Adam and Eve

1504

Portrait of a Young Venetian Woman

1505

Salvator Mundi

1505

Feast of Rose Garlands

1506

The Little Owl

1506

Eva and Adam

1507

Head of an African

1508

Melencolia I

1514

The Rhinoceros

1515

The Celestial Globe — Southern Hemisphere

1515

Portrait of Maximilian I

1519

Dost thou see how the unjust tyranny of worldly power and the might of darkness prevail? Hear, thou knight of Christ, ride on beside the Lord Jesus; guard the truth, win the martyr's crown!

A prayer for the safety of Martin Luther

1521

Typography that stands the test of time

Of the Just Shaping of Letters

1525

Tuft of Cowslips

1526

Portrait of Jakob Muffel

1526

Outstanding Painter and Architect of the Cities

1535