Thursday, September 22, 2011

Albrecht Dürer: Starting His Own Establishment (1495-1499)

While still in Venice...

Noble Venetian [Une Noble Venitienne] (1495)

Virgin and Child before an Archway (1495)

St Jerome in the Wilderness (1495)

"On his return to Nuremberg in 1495, Dürer opened his own workshop (being married was a requirement for this)." [Wikipedia]

Five Landsknechts and an Oriental on Horseback (1495)

Abduction of a Woman (1495)

Female Nude from Behind (1495)

Lobster (1495)

Study of the Christ Child (1495)

 The Ill-Assorted Couple or the Offer of Love (c1496)

Study of the Prodigal Son Amid the Swine

Prodigal Son Amid the Swine (c1496)

Study of a Man with a Drill (c1496)

The Men's Bath (c1496-97) - Analysis

The Women's Bath (1496)

Wittenberg Altarpiece: The Seven Sorrows of the Virgins (c1496-97)

Rustic Couple (1497)

Portrait of Dürer's Father, Albrecht (1497)

Self Portrait at 26 (1497)

Portrait of Oswalt Krel - Full Panel (1497)

Young Lady on Horseback with Landsknecht (c1497)

The Walk or Promenade (c1496-98)

The Greater Passion or Large Passion series was created over a period of time starting sometime in 1496-97 until around 1511 with various iterations of publications.  This series contained approximately 11 woodcuts in the final production.  During the production of this series, he also worked on many other series and projects.

The Greater Passion or Large Passion series: Christ Carrying the Cross (c1498-99)

The Apocalypse: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1498)

The Virgin on the Crescent Moon (1498)

The Rider (1498)

The Three Farmers (c1498)

The Cook and his Wife (c1498)

The Dream of the Doctor (c1498)

The Madonna with the Monkey (c1498-99)

Saint Sebastian on the Column (c1499)

The Drydock at Nuremberg (c1499)

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