Durer and the Reformation: The Problem of the Re-dating of the St. Philip Engraving

Harbison, Craig
September 1976
Art Bulletin;Sep76, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p368
Academic Journal
Explains the altered date on the St. Philip engraving of Albrecht D uuml rer. Career background of Albrecht; Symbolism of Albrecht's 'Last Supper'; Effect of the iconoclastic riots and the questioning of the value and function of art that accompanied Martin Luther's tenets of faith on Albrecht; Involvement of Albrecht in the Protestant Reformation.


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