Albrecht Dürer 21 may 1471, Nuremberg — 6 April 1528, Nuremberg was a German painter, engraver and graphic artist, one of the greatest masters of the Western European Renaissance. He is recognized as the largest European master of woodcut, who raised it to the level of real art. The first art theorist among Northern European artists, author of a practical guide to fine and decorative arts in German, who promoted the need for versatile development of artists. The founder of the comparative anthropometry. In addition to the above, he left a noticeable mark in military engineering by developing the theory of fortification. The first European artist to write an autobiography.
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