Albrecht Duerer by R. Kopfenberg PDF

By R. Kopfenberg

Таинственный и гениальныйнемецкий творец, чьи интересыне ограничивались только живописью или гравюрой. Альбрехт Дюрер был настоящим пророком германского Возрождения. Его кисть создавала портреты императоров и сочувствовала нищим крестьянам. Он создавал пушки и учил ландскнехтов, как правильно разрушать замки и крепости. И в то же время он вырезал на гравировальных досках изумительную серию офортов, проклинавших ужасы войны и всех гибельных для человечества напастей. Альбом с репродукциями великого Дюрера.

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More than any other health problem, deafness dictated the path Pete's vocation took and ultimately condemned him to a life of loneliness. Unable to communicate with his clients, a crucial prerequisite for a commercial artist, he had been forced to abandon a successful career at a relatively early stage of his professional devel- opment. To illustrate the desperate means he was prepared to resort to, he recounted an evening when the mercury hit twelve below zero in Toronto and his right ear suffered frostbite:"!

Out of THERE, anyhow" (MF 17 Jan. 1948). But when Tom did finally die on 25 August 1949, Pete paid a moving tribute to the man •who had supported him so magnanimously for so many years: Tom, about 4 years my senior in years, had been a "BROTHER" to me after I became the sole survivor of our family, in Sept. Year after year he invited me to stay at his HOME and join in a real HUNTING expedition after DUCKS, PHEASANTS, RABBITS, CtC. THE MAN 29 32 PMP andWesley Snider (in stern), c. Young, 7 May 1913 (PC) 3O THE MAN As a BACHELOR, Tom \vas renowned as "TOPS" in the line of a HOST; it seemed that NOTHING was too much for him to DO for ME, and of course he played a part that actually MADE POSSIBLE my Research Activities during the 10 year period - 1933-1943.

Whenever he moved to a new location, he inevitably left behind some of his effects, which most likely ended up in the garbage. Dunnville friends, especially Merle, were among those who generously offered to find space for the overflow. Merle reports of a time when he actually kept the bones from the "Child's Grave," an important archaeological find, under the marital bed — until his wife Dorothy refused to countenance their presence there any longer. As noted above, the generosity of the local hardware store proprietor enabled Pete to store much of his gear, especially hunting equipment, in the "big RED CHEST above Tom Scott's store" (MF 10 Oct.

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