Albrecht Dürer

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Culture for Your iPad: Wallpapers from the Getty Research Institute’s Print Collection

Detail from Portrait of Edouard Dagoty, Inventor of Color Printing / Carlo Lasinio

A sampling of the 27,000 prints held in the Research Institute’s special collections went on view this Saturday in the new exhibition The Getty Research Institute: Recent Print Acquisitions. It features selections from four centuries of printmaking, from a rare… More»

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Dürer’s Conserved Adam and Eve Unveiled at the Prado

Conservator George Bisacca from the Metropolitan Museum of Art working on a panel. Image courtesy of the Museo del Prado

In 1507, German Renaissance painter Albrecht Dürer painted life-size figures of Adam and Eve, defining their forms with a fluid and continuous line.  These spectacular oil-on-panel paintings, which have just undergone a lengthy conservation, went on display again last week… More»

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