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  • Natalie Gorvine

    Left Hand of an Apostle Albrecht Durer-the Apostle is Durer's brother, who gave up a promising career as an artist so he could work and pay Durer's way through school. Unfortunately, he was crippled by the heavy labor and was never able to take his turn at art school. [someone else's caption]

  • Anna Tenerowicz-Jedwabny

    durer drawings - Szukaj w Google

  • Susanna Lundgren

    Albrecht Dürer, Left Hand of Apostle/ Ink study for Heller Altarpiece - Northern Renaissance

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Albrecht Durer 'Study of the left hand of an apostle' for The Heller Altar (circa 1508) by Plum leaves, via Flickr

Left Hand of an Apostle - Albrecht Durer

Hand Study with Bible, 1506, by Albrecht DÜRER (Artist. Germany, 1471-1528). Style: Northern Renaissance. Genre: sketch and study. More on the artist: en.wikipedia.org/... © Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna, Austria. Museum site: www.albertina.at/... ... If you like the art, credit the artist & link directly to museum site. Promote our MUSEUMS (where funding is often iffy). Give credit where due.

Drapery Study (1528), by Albrecht Durer (1471–1528; German painter, printmaker, engraver, mathematician, and theorist from Nürnberg). "Regarded as the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance".

Left Hand of an Apostle Albrecht Durer-the Apostle is Durer's brother, who gave up a promising career as an artist so he could work and pay Durer's way through school. Unfortunately, he was crippled by the heavy labor and was never able to take his turn at art school.

Right Hand of an Apostle - Albrecht Durer

Albrecht Durer--one of my all time favorite artists, and one of my favorite self-portraits.

“Don't be ashamed to weep; 'tis right to grieve. Tears are only water, and flowers, trees, and fruit cannot grow without water. But there must be sunlight also. A wounded heart will heal in time, and when it does, the memory and love of our lost ones is sealed inside to comfort us.” ― Brian Jacques, Taggerung ::: photo credit ~ Albrecht Dürer