About this artwork
Albrecht Altdorfer was the first German artist to execute pure landscapes. A painter and architectural and metal-work designer in Regensburg, he is most famous for establishing the Danube School of artists devoted to a romantic interest in the natural world, to which Augustin Hirschvogel also belonged.
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- Prints and Drawings
- Albrecht Altdorfer
- Landscape with A Double Spruce
- Etching in black on ivory laid paper
- Signed recto, in plate at upper left, "AA"
- 110 x 160 mm (image); 111 x 161 mm (sheet)
- Clarence Buckingham Collection