Grafika Albrecht Durer. kopia XIXw. 48,5cm x 37cm

Saint Eustace.

19th century

based on a woodcut by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) - one of the greatest artists of the German Renaissance, painter, draftsman and graphic artist.

Graphics made on paper with the Van Gelder watermark - one of the largest Dutch paper mills, which dates back to the 17th century.

Dim. 48.5 x 37 cm. Dim. without frame and passe partout: 35 x 26 cm.

Good condition.

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Graphics showing the conversion of Placida, a Roman general. While hunting, the man noticed the cross of Jesus in the antlers of a deer. After this event, he was baptized and changed his name to Eustace. Dürer showed a soldier kneeling in front of a deer, accompanied by a horse and dogs against the background of a landscape. The show impresses with the amount of details and precise drawing typical of northern European Renaissance art.