6 edition of The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs, 1515-1799 found in the catalog.
November 1988 by Sotheby"s .
Written in English
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It was painted by George Stubbs in Stubbs () was the son of a currier and leather-seller who, with his mother’s help, taught himself to draw and paint in his late teens. Not to toot our own horn, but we're so amoured to have Dürer's armored Rhinoceros as part of our collection! Based on written descriptions and a simple sketch of an Indian Rhinoceros, Albrecht Dürer himself never actually saw the creature depicted in his iconic woodcut The Rhinoceros (). Yet, despite its inaccuracies, his Rhinoceros was incredibly popular. As the iconography of the rhinoceros was strongly influenced by a single image, that of Albrecht Durer’s woodcut (Clarke, ), The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs: New York: Harper & Row.
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The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs, An Aspect of the ExoticAuthor: T. Clarke. The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs: by Clarke, T. London: Sotheby's Publications 4to. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. The printed block is very low in the case, with the block level with the lower bottom edge, rather than suspended in the middle.
There's a residue of paste at the inner top edge suggesting the block has slipped down before 1515-1799 book paste has dried. CLARKE. The rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs – Sotheby's Publications, London: Pp ; : David Knight.
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Print book: English. London: Philip Wilson 2. The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs, London: Sotheby's Publications 3. The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs, 3.
The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs, by T H CLARKE Print book: English. Sotheby's 4. The rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs, 4. Dürer's Rhinoceros is the name commonly given to a woodcut executed by German painter and printmaker Albrecht Dürer in The image is based on a written description and brief sketch by an unknown artist of an Indian rhinoceros that had arrived in Lisbon in Dürer never saw the actual rhinoceros, which was the first living example seen in Europe since Roman times.
This rendition of a rhinoceros The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs the 1515-1799 book famous in the history of art. Dürer never saw this specimen; he based his celebrated woodcut on an account and an anonymous sketch of a rhinoceros that travelled to Lisbon from India in The sketch was sent to Dürer from Valentin Ferdinand, a German printer who lived in Portugal.
Monster hit. Albrecht Dürer had a showman’s instincts for killer subject matter. When history’s greatest print-maker decided to create an image of the rhinoceros that had visited Lisbon in. from Amazon This finely detailed woodcut produced by Albrecht Durer, one of the great artists of the Northern European Renaissance, records the arrival in Europe of the first rhinoceros to be seen there since the days of the Roman Empire.
Clarke, T. fejezet: „The first Lisbon or 'Dürer Rhinoceros' of ”, The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs: – (angol nyelven).
London: Sotheby's Publications (). ISBN Quammen, David. The Boilerplate Rhino: Nature in the Eye of the Beholder (angol nyelven). Scribner, – o. Title: The Rhinoceros. Artist: Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg – Nuremberg) Date: Medium: Woodcut.
Dimensions: image: 8 3/8 x 11 5/8 in. ( x cm) trimmed to block line except at top sheet: 9 3/8 x 11 3/4 in.
( x cm) Classification: Prints. Credit Line: Gift of Junius Spencer Morgan, Accession Number: Das nennten sie Rhinoceros ' (translation in full: 'On 1 May [this should read ] was brought from India to the great and powerful king Emanuel of Portugal at Lisbon a live animal called a rhinoceros.
His form is here represented. It has the colour of a. In “The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs ," the author, T.H. Clarke, documented the first viewing of a Rhinoceros in Lisbon. The description and simple sketch in the article inspired another artist (Durer) to build upon that image to create a more realistic rendering.
Only George Stubbs and Pablo Picasso can claim to have mastered portraiture of this kind to the same standard as Durer. Stubbs would tackle horses whilst Picasso drew multitudes of creatures with his line drawings. On occasion he would also cover the same animal in different formats, such as the painting and etching he created of a Rhinoceros.
‘Rhinoceros’ was created in by Albrecht Durer in Northern Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of animal painting at – best visual art database. Sotheby's The rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs, Hardcover – by T.
H Clarke The Rhinoceros and the Megatherium: An Essay in Natural History, By Juan Pimentel "The Rhinoceros" in An Elemental Thing, by Eliot Weinberger. The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbsinscribed by the author to Adrian Eeles, § Haskell (Francis) History and its Images: Art and the Interpretation of the Past, New Haven & London, § Malraux (André) Les Voix du Silence, Paris, § Edsel (R.M.) Rescuing Da Vinci, Dallas, § Kozloff (Arielle P.) & others.
The rhino caused a sensation upon being exhibited in Lisbon. It was being re-gifted to Pope Leo X when the ship it was on foundered. Yet the unfortunate rhinoceros, so far from home, achieved a kind of immortality in art.
For this was the rhinoceros portrayed by Albrecht Dürer in his famous woodblock print of Dürer Rhinoceros atau Badak Dürer adolah namo ukiran dari potongan kayu nan dibuek dek palukih Jerman Albrecht Dürer pado taun Asia karyanyo tu tainspirasi dari sketsa badak jo panjalehan singkek nan dibuek dek seniman badak India nan tibo di Lisbon pado taun Dalam ukiran kayu tu, Dürer manggambaran badak nan badannyo ditutuik dek lempenan kareh sarupo baju basi jo groget.
Created in the artist never actually saw the animal but it was brought to Portugal by the then king, Manuel I, but died during transportation to Italy where it was meant as a gift for.
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H T Clarke is the author of books such as Rhinoceros From Durer To Stubbs, Books by H T Clarke. Rhinoceros From Durer To Stubbs, Organic Syntheses Vol IIi. Newest listings by H T Clarke. The rhinoceros from DuIrer to Stubbs Condition Good Offered by. Clarke, T. H.: The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs: – Sotheby's Publications, ISBN (erityisesti kappale 1, "The first Lisbon or 'Dürer Rhinoceros' of ") David Quammen (), The Boilerplate Rhino: Nature in the Eye of the Beholder, Scribner, ISBN (erityisesti sivut –, The Boilerplate.
Literature: T.H. Clarke, The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs.Londonpp. /, figs and Included in this cycle of four scenes is a drawing of a fight between an elephant and a rhino, a surprisingly popular theme throughout Western art which originated from Pliny’s description of the creatures’ natural animosity.
The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs I prefer Durer's woodcut compared to Burgkmair because to me it had more exaggerated features making the rhinoceros more unique and interesting to the eye.
Durer also had studied armor in which you can see the influence from that in the woodcut giving the rhinoceros a remarkable appearance. The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs -Sotheby’s Publications,ISBN (precipe la 1-a ĉapitro, "The first Lisbon or ’Dürer Rhinoceros’ of ") Dodgson, Campbell, "The story of Dürer’s Ganda", en FOWLER Alfred éd., The Romance of.
Google Arts & Culture features content from over leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online. A fine example of Albrecht Dürer's iconic depiction of King Manuel I's rhinoceros.
The inscription above the image reads: "After Christ's birth, the year [sic], on May 1, this animal was brought alive to the great and mighty King Emmanuel at Lisbon in Portugal from India. They call it Rhinoceros. It is here shown in full stature.
In his book on the subject of the rhinoceros in European art, Clarke (op. cit.) outlines how the arrival of successive rhinoceros over the centuries affected the way in which this fantastic animal was ly the most persistent image was that created by Dürer's engraving (see illustration), reproduced and disseminated after a female rhinoceros arrived in Portugal in by the artist at bottom right in brown ink: Anno den Junii habe ich disen/Rhinoceros allhier in Augspurg nach/dem Leben gezeichnet.
Seine Grösse war/in der Höhe 6. Schü die Länge 12 Schü,/von Farbe ist er meist Castanien braun/unten am Bauch und in der tieffe/seiner falten Leib od Fleisch farbe gewesen/J.E. Ridinger/hatt ihn von 6. Albrecht Durer was a man of many notes and records.
His legacy of work, knowledge, and theory continues to influence artists and minds today. This iconic print became the standard image of the rhinoceros and was used in school books for centuries.
The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian, Albrecht Dürer, ( edition), via NGA. The key reference (currently not consulted) would seem to be T. Clarke, The Rhinoceros from Durer to Stubbs, –, Sotheby’s Publications, London, ( pages on copies of Dürer's rhinoceros).
1 The King of Portugal, Manuel I, bought the rhinoceros and intended to send it to Pope Leo X as a gift. However, the rhinoceros died en route to Rome in a shipwreck off the coast of Italy.
2 T.H. Clarke The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs, An Aspect of the Exotic. Sotheby‟s, noceros from Darer to Stubbs, He looks at the representation of the rhinoceros in European art from the time the first rhino was brought to Europe in Albert Durer's wood-cut of the animal is one of the earliest pieces, and became the most famous and the most copied.
Clarke shows that this image is found over and over. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. The rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs, (em inglês). Londres; Nova Iorque: Sotheby's Publications. páginas. ISBN (especialmente o capítulo 1, "The first Lisbon or 'Dürer Rhinoceros' of ") Quammen, David (c.
The boilerplate rhino. nature in the eye of the beholder (em inglês). Nova Iorque: Scribner. Rhinoceros,George Stubbs (), commissioned by John Hunter, oil on canvas Photograph: Royal College of Surgeons, London Some eight or nine months after the rhinoceros.
The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs: – London: Sotheby's Publications. ISBN (particularly Chapter 1, "The first Lisbon or 'Dürer Rhinoceros' of ") David Quammen (), The Boilerplate Rhino: Nature in the Eye of the Beholder, Scribner, ISBN The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs: – Londres, Sotheby's Publications, ISBN Fontoura da Costa, Abel.
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In this he is aided by his own style, which at its best rivals Berenson's and Lord Clark's.