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Albrecht Durer: Art in Transition

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

German Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer’s work blended Flemish Gothic with Italy's innovations in perspective and color. The Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA) is hosting an exhibit of his work called "Albrecht Durer: Art in Transition," on display through September 21. Paul Tabor is director of exhibitions at MOBIA; Durer authority Colin Eisler is Robert Lehman Professor of Fine Arts at New York University.

Event:
Dr. Colin Eisler will be giving a lecture
on Durer's "Our Lady of the Animals"
September 18 from 6:30-7:30 pm
at MOBIA (1865 Broadway at 61st Street)
More information here

Guests:

Colin Eisler and Paul Tabor
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Comments [1]

katherine

dr. eisler doesn't seem like the nicest guy...i've never taken a class with him but he came off as quite pompous. i learned more about his personality than durer.

Sep. 16 2008 03:14 PM

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