Dürer’s Hands

From his first extant sketch through his late-career investigations of human proportion, Albrecht Dürer often used himself as a model. The lecturer, the author of a landmark book on self-portraiture, focuses on the earliest sketches Dürer made of his hands, examining the emergence of a quintessentially modern concept in art: the artwork as personal expression of its creator.

Author(s): 

Joseph Leo Koerner

Foreword by Colin B. Bailey

The Council of The Frick Collection Lecture Series, The Frick Collection, 2006

Softcover, 61 pages, color illustrations
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$12.95
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