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Who painted "St. Jerome in His Study"?



Asked by Kmcdermott, Last updated: Nov 28, 2022

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b.Mary

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Answered Nov 09, 2017

Albrecht Durerwas a painter, theorist and printmaker from Germany, born in May of 1471. Albrecht Durer created a reputation while he was still young (in his 20’s) because of his quality woodcut prints. Durer had contact with largely famous Italian artists including Leonardo da Vinci which allowed him a gateway to the art world. Durer had many different forms of art including engravings, prints, altarpieces, watercolors, books, portraits and self-portraits.

The more famous work of his is called “St. Jerome in his Study”. This painting was done in 1514, showing St. Jerome deep in work in his study along with a dog, skull, and lion in the foreground.

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Answered Aug 29, 2017

Albrecht Durer
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