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Melencolia I, 1514, Dürer
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Melencolia and I
His well-known works include the Knight, Death, and the Devil ( 1513 ), Saint Jerome in his Study ( 1514 ) and Melencolia I ( 1514 ), which has been the subject of extensive analysis and interpretation.
However, in 1513 and 1514 Dürer created his three most famous engravings: Knight, Death, and the Devil ( 1513, probably based on Erasmus's treatise Enichiridion militis Christiani ), St. Jerome in his Study, and the much-debated Melencolia I ( both 1514 ).
The book ( whose early draft, quite different from the final form, circulated in manuscript long before it was published ) is often cited in discussions of Albrecht Dürer's famous engraving Melencolia I ( 1514 ).
He also put forward an original excellent interpretation of the engraving Melencolia I of Albrecht Dürer.
An early claw hammer is seen in Albrecht Dürer's etching " Melencolia I ," dated 1514, halfway up the left side.
Among his best known works are Melencolia I, the Four Horsemen from his woodcut Apocalypse series, and Death, the Knight, and the Devil.
I and 1514
* 1514 – The Battle of Chaldiran ends with a decisive victory for the Sultan Selim I, Ottoman Empire, over the Shah Ismail I, Safavids founder.
His insistence on recognition as such by the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire since 1489 resulted in the granting of this recognition in 1514 by Emperor Maximilian I to Vasili III.
He based his claim partially upon a letter discovered in 1717 written in 1514 from Maximilian I to Vasili III, in which the Holy Roman Emperor used the term in referring to Vasili.
# Anna of Brandenburg ( 27 August 1487, Berlin – 3 May 1514, Kiel ), married 10 April 1502 to King Frederick I of Denmark.
As early as 1514, before the accession of King Francis I, Clément presented to him his Judgment of Minos, and shortly afterward he was either styled or styled himself facteur ( poet ) de la reine to Queen Claude.
In 1514 he served as ambassador from king Manuel I of Portugal to Pope Leo X leading a luxurious embassy presenting in Rome the new conquests of Portugal.
After returning to Europe, Tristão da Cunha was sent as ambassador from king Manuel I to Pope Leo X in 1514 to present the new conquests of the Portuguese Empire, having Garcia de Resende as his secretary.
In 1508, it was elevated to the status of city by King Manuel I of Portugal, and in 1514 ( on completion of the Sé Cathedral ) the bishopric was headquartered in Funchal.
* Hanno, or Annone, was a white elephant presented by king Manuel I of Portugal to Pope Leo X on the occasion of his coronation in 1514.
His father, Gaspard I de Coligny, known as the ' Marshal of Châtillon ', served in the Italian Wars from 1494 to 1516, married in 1514, and was created Marshal of France in 1516.
At this time, Henry VIII was secretly urging Margaret to marry Lisle, whom he created Duke of Suffolk, although he was careful to disclaim ( on 4 March 1514 ) any complicity in the project to her father, Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor.
In 1512, aged 19, Montmorency fought at the Battle of Ravenna, and in 1514 his sister Louise de Montmorency married Gaspard I de Coligny, and their children included the admiral of France.
Image: Small Pratincole I IMG 1514. jpg | At Purbasthali in Bardhaman District of West Bengal, India.
Sancho signed a foral in June 1187, which was renovated by King Afonso III, in May 1253, and later by Manuel I on 11 November 1514.
By 1514, he would begin three decades of service for dukes Alfonso I and Ercole II d ' Este, becoming principal court artist.
I and Dürer
Dürer wrote of his desire to draw Luther in his diary in 1520: " And God help me that I may go to Dr. Martin Luther ; thus I intend to make a portrait of him with great care and engrave him on a copper plate to create a lasting memorial of the Christian man who helped me overcome so many difficulties.
* Thomas Schauerte, Die Ehrenpforte für Kaiser Maximilian I. Dürer und Altdorfer im Dienst des Herrschers ( München / Berlin, 2001 ) ( Kunstwissenschaftliche Studien, 95 ).
One famous example was the Ehrenpforte Maximilians I by Albrecht Dürer, commissioned by the Emperor Maximilian I.
He is known to have been active, and already well-established, in Augsburg from c. 1516, where he was working, and signing the reverse of blocks, under Jost de Negker, the other great blockcutter of the period, on the print projects for Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor involving Albrecht Dürer, Hans Burgkmair and other artists.
The oldest depiction of such a private crown is an etching by the artist Albrecht Dürer of Emperor Maximilian I, where a depiction of a crown is seen that might have later influenced the appearance of the crown of Rudolf II.
Portrait of Emperor Maximilian I ( reigned: 1493-1519 ), the first Renaissance monarch of the Holy Roman Empire, by Albrecht Dürer, 1519.