Analysis and Interpretation of the Artwork of Durer and Grunewald
The late fifteenth and early sixteenth century saw the birth of two artist that were so drastically different in styles, they are still looked at in awe over 300 years later. Albrecht Durer and Matthias Grunewald each had their own style and influence in the way they completed their art. Durer remained essentially German; the influence of the art of Italy and the Netherlands was accompanying. Grunewald rejected Renaissance style and followed the path of traditional northern religious themes. Both men show remarkable examples using color, light, and true naturalism to their art.
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