Profane and Sacred Engravings by Albrecht Dürer Facsimile Edition

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The best individual engravings by Dürer. Themes sacred and profane, allegoric and “costumbristi”, make this masterpiece a fundamental piece for the art lover, since it contains some of the most famous engravings of all times. 

In this collection can be found the engravings that were not published in the form of a Book (like the Apocalypse, the Life of the Virgin, the Great and Small Passion). 

With these drawings it is possible to admire all the faces of the great German artist: the Dürer deeply religious, the mystic, the “costumbrista”, the journalist of the everyday life, the realist; it is also possible to admire the technical quality the artist possesed, with chisel engravings, debossings, xilographics in fiber, in copper, etc.


The Sun of Justice

St. George and horse

The Dance

Commoners at the Market

Apollo and Diana

The Great Horse

Portrait of Cardinal Albert of Brandenburg

Portrait of Willibald Pirckheimer

Idleness or the Doctor Dream

The Four Witches

St George and the Dragon

The Canyon

The Melancholy

The Rhino

St Jerome in his cell

The Prodigal Son

The Death Knight and the Devil

Portrait of Erasmo de Rotterdam

Adam and Eve

The Mass of St. Gregory

The Great Fortune or Nemesis

Portrait of the Emperor Maximilian I

Samson and the Lion

The Holy Family with three Hares

Man in the Bath


The kidnapping of Amimone or the Sea Monster

We have 1 facsimile edition of the manuscript "Profane and Sacred Engravings by Albrecht Dürer": Grabados Profanos y Sagrados de Alberto Durero facsimile edition, published by CM Editores

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