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The generation of Italian engravers who trained in the shadow of Dürer all either directly copied parts of his landscape backgrounds ( Giulio Campagnola and Christofano Robetta ), or whole prints ( Marcantonio Raimondi and Agostino Veneziano ).
The notable engravers of the 15th century were either goldsmiths, such as Master E. S., or the sons of goldsmiths, such as Martin Schongauer and Albrecht Dürer.

Dürer and design
Through Wolgemut's tutelage, Dürer had learned how to make prints in drypoint and design woodcuts in the German style, based on the works of Martin Schongauer and the Housebook Master.
The design program and explanations were devised by Johannes Stabius, the architectural design by the master builder and court-painter Jörg Kölderer and the woodcutting itself by Hieronymous Andreae, with Dürer as designer-in-chief.
Albrecht Dürer was an apprentice with Wolgemut from 1486 to 1489, so may well have participated in designing some of the illustrations for the specialist craftsmen ( called " formschneider " s ) who cut the blocks, onto which the design had been drawn, or a drawing glued.

Dürer and woodblock
He commissioned a series of three monumental woodblock prints – The Triumphal Arch ( 1512 – 18, 192 woodcut panels, 295 cm wide and 357 cm high – approximately 9 ' 8 " by 11 ' 8½ "), and a Triumphal Procession ( 1516 – 18, 137 woodcut panels, 54 m long ) which is led by a Large Triumphal Carriage ( 1522, 8 woodcut panels, 1½ ' high and 8 ' long ), created by artists including Albrecht Dürer, Albrecht Altdorfer and Hans Burgkmair.

Dürer and itself
His altarpiece of the Descent from the Cross with heavy double doors in Middelburg was admired by Albrecht Dürer before the church itself was hit by lightning.

Dürer and paper
The Loeb's works on paper represent a major collection in the United States, with prints by Rembrandt ( including important impressions of the " Hundred Guilder Print " and the " Three Trees ") and Dürer as well as photographs by Cindy Sherman, Diane Arbus, and others.
In woodcuts a large blank space can cause the paper to sag during printing, so Dürer and other artists often include clouds or squiggles representing birds to avoid this.
The ground floor shows alternating exhibitions of one of the most important collection of works on paper in Germany, with old German, Dutch and Italian drawings ( including masterpieces of Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci ) and German and international drawings of the 19th-21st century, e. g. from Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee and David Hockney.

Dürer and drawing
Another very concrete example describes an aesthetically pleasing human face whose proportions can be described by very few bits of information, drawing inspiration from less detailed 15th century proportion studies by Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Dürer.
Self-portrait silverpoint drawing by the thirteen-year-old Dürer, 1484
After a few years of school, Dürer started to learn the basics of goldsmithing and drawing from his father.
In addition to these geometrical constructions, Dürer discusses in this last book of Underweysung der Messung an assortment of mechanisms for drawing in perspective from models and provides woodcut illustrations of these methods that are often reproduced in discussions of perspective.
He met Albrecht Dürer in Antwerp in 1520, and a Dürer portrait drawing at the National Gallery, London, is conjectured to be of Provoost.

Dürer and .
His engravings are scarce and valuable, and are chiefly copies of Mantegna, Albrecht Dürer, Parmigianino and Titian.
Albrecht Dürer (; 21 May 1471 – 6 April 1528 ) was a German painter, printmaker, engraver, mathematician, and theorist from Nuremberg.
Dürer was born on 21 May 1471, third child and second son of his parents, who had between fourteen and eighteen children.
His father, Albrecht Dürer the Elder, was a successful goldsmith, originally named Ajtósi, who in 1455 had moved to Nuremberg from Ajtós, near Gyula in Hungary.
Albrecht Dürer the Younger later changed " Türer ", his father's diction of the family's surname, to " Dürer ", to adapt to the local Nuremberg dialect.
Albrecht Dürer the Elder married Barbara Holper, the daughter of his master, when he himself became a master in 1467.
Dürer may well have worked on some of these, as the work on the project began while he was with Wolgemut.
Because Dürer left autobiographical writings and became very famous by his mid-twenties, his life is well documented by several sources.
After completing his term of apprenticeship, Dürer followed the common German custom of taking Wanderjahre — in effect gap year — in which the apprentice learned skills from artists in other areas ; Dürer was to spend about four years away.
It is unclear where Dürer travelled in the intervening period, though it is likely that he went to Frankfurt and the Netherlands.
In Colmar, Dürer was welcomed by Schongauer's brothers, the goldsmiths Caspar and Paul and the painter Ludwig.
In 1493 Dürer went to Strasbourg, where he would have experienced the sculpture of Nikolaus Gerhaert.
In early 1492 Dürer travelled to Basel to stay with another brother of Martin Schongauer, the goldsmith Georg.
Very soon after his return to Nuremberg, on 7 July 1494, at the age of 23, Dürer was married to Agnes Frey following an arrangement made during his absence.
Within three months of his marriage, Dürer left for Italy, alone, perhaps stimulated by an outbreak of plague in Nuremberg.
Dürer probably also visited Padua and Mantua on this trip.
It is now thought unlikely that Dürer cut any of the woodblocks himself ; this task would have been performed by a specialist craftsman.
The Seven Sorrows Polyptych, commissioned by Frederick III of Saxony in 1496, was executed by Dürer and his assistants c. 1500.

either and drew
Anthropologist Dean Snow stated that though Franklin's Albany Plan may have drawn some inspiration from the Iroquois League, there is little evidence that either the Plan or the Constitution drew substantially from this source and argues that "... such claims muddle and denigrate the subtle and remarkable features of Iroquois government.
Part of Jude is very similar to 2 Peter ( mainly 2 Peter chapter 2 ), so much so that most scholars agree that there is a dependence between the two ; that either one letter used the other directly, or they both drew on a common source.
With such a short time frame he drew heavily on his own acquaintance in academia ; of the fifteen original professors, most came either from Indiana University or his alma mater Cornell.
Ido drew a significant number of speakers away from Esperanto in the short term, but in the longer term most of these either returned to Esperanto or moved on to other new auxlangs.
In either case they drew lots and Telamon was chosen to murder Phocus, his half brother.
I never took joy in it, that I can remember, but I never drew back from it either.
In 1955 the authorities on either side investigated and drew up an alternative scheme for a tunnel beneath the estuary.
He drew trees but badly, never representing foliage happily, either in detail or in mass.
A soldier, either by Anastasius's own order or to gain his favour, drew his sword on Euphemius at the door of the sacristy, but was struck down by an attendant.
In preparation for this parliament, Shaftesbury drew up a list of members of the House of Commons in which he estimated that 32 % of the members were friends of the court, 61 % favored the opposition, and 7 % could go either way.
Later multiple names like Karen Eliot and Luther Blissett drew inspiration from Monty Cantsin and Neoism, but intentionally avoided association with physical persons, being conceived either as mere signatures ( Eliot ), collective media phantoms ( Blissett ) or multiple single collective experiments.
A 1994 article in Insight Magazine drew attention to claims that he was either incorrectly found guilty, or grossly over-sentenced, and denied due process of law applicable to his defense.
He often drew pictures on his drawing board to either tell a short story or to play a game with one of his visitors.
The novelist also drew criticism from some quarters for the depth of his reporting, either for being too coarse and vulgar or for portraying working-class people as shiftless drunkards.
During the Seven Years ' War, the French drew up a plan to invade the British Isles and met with Charles Stuart to discuss the possibility of his landing in either Ireland or Scotland to raise a rebellion.
The design drew no interest from either manufacturers or consumers there, however, and he eventually licensed it to Spanish firm Autonacional S. A. of Barcelona.
It was a popular event that drew not only students either skipping or on a spare, but also field trips from other schools.
That policy drew ridicule from other left organizations and very little support from African-Americans, either in the urban north or in the South itself, where the CPUSA had little foothold.
He was abbot of the monastery for forty years, during which the school of Luxeuil trained the Frankish aristocrats who became bishops in the Frankish kingdoms ; Waldebert oversaw the move of the monastery from the Rule of St. Columban to the Benedictine Rule, though in the rule he drew up for the convent of Faremoutiers he drew upon the rules of Columbanus as well as Benedict, but made no mention whatsoever of a ritual of either profession or oblation.
The guidance system could drive the active sonar at either a slow rate or a fast rate, which it used when the target drew near to obtain a precise proximity and rate of closure.
The second match against Portugal was not successful either, with Iran conceding two late goals to lose 2 – 0 and being left without any chances of advancing to the second stage of the tournament, as Mexico drew against Angola on the previous evening and left Iran unreachable four points behind.
He drew very large crowds to Forbes Field with epic battles against either men.
This meant that the beds were arranged in such a way that if you drew a line across the middle, either horizontally or vertically, one side of the line would mirror the other side.

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