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Albrecht Durer. Young Hare. 1502.  Arguably the most famous of his works. The details!

The best drawings of animals by famous artists

A Young Hare, Albrecht Durer, 1502 -- one of my earliest art "loves" as a child was the picture of this rabbit in a children's art history book. Love it still.

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Albrecht Dürer Most Famous Paintings & Artworks

Self-Portrait at the Age of 28 -- Completion Date: 1500 -- Albrecht Dürer -- German -- Oil on panel -- Alte Pinakothek, München

Albrecht Dürer Most Famous Paintings & Artworks (this isn't about faith in humanity but I thought it was interesting)

Albrecht Durer Knight, Death and the Devil (German: Ritter, Tod und Teufel) is a large 1513 engraving, one of the three master prints of the German artist Albrecht Dürer.

Albrecht Durer - Praying Hands - the story behind the image - One day, long ago, to pay homage to Albert for all that he had sacrificed, Albrecht Durer painstakingly drew his brother’s abused hands with palms together and thin fingers stretched skyward. He called his powerful drawing simply “Hands,” but the entire world almost immediately opened their hearts to his great masterpiece and renamed his tribute of love “The Praying Hands.”

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Study of Praying Hands is a work by Albrecht Dürer that depicts an apostle's hands by the altar. Artist: Albrecht Dürer Location: Albertina, Vienna Dimensions: cm × cm in × in) Created: 1508 Subject: An apostle Period: The Renaissance

http://UpCycle.Club Forever Elusive Hare (or Field Rabbit) by Albrecht Durer Albrecht Dürer, 21 May 1471 to 6 April 1528, Durer was a painter and an engraver. On a video note three other adorable bunnies @upcycleclub

Hare (or Field Rabbit) by Albrecht Durer Albrecht Dürer, 21 May 1471 to 6 April was a painter, engraver, printmaker, theorist and mathematician from Nuremberg / Germany . love all his drawings

A Wolpertinger by Albrecht Dürer (1509) The wolpertinger is a chimeric creature from Bavarian folklore, said to inhabit the alpine forests.

In Bavarian folklore, a wolpertinger is an animal said to inhabit the alpine forests of Bavaria in Germany. It has a body comprised from various animal parts — generally wings, antlers, tails and fangs, all attached to the body of a small mammal.