By: Victoria Salley
96 pages, Col illus
Focuses on Renaissance artist Durer's studies of the natural world, and includes 34 watercolours and sketches. A master graphic artist, Albrecht Dürer was extremely influential as a printer, but it was his drawings and paintings that revealed a scientific curiosity about and sensitivity to the world around him. Alongside these stunning watercolours, Victoria Salley's essay explores Dürer's interest in nature.
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