Die sieben Posaunenengel (The Seven Angels with Trumpets)Penitent St. JeromeThe Second Tournament with the Tapestry of Samson and the LionSt. Jerome Penitent in the WildernessPortrait of a Man in ArmourMADONNA AND CHILD WITH THE MONKEYThe Virgin and Child with St. John the Baptist and St. VerdianaTHE BIRTH OF THE VIRGINThe Agony in the GardenPortrait of Alessandro Farnese wearing armourRustic CoupleMADONNA CROWNED BY ONE ANGELAgony in the GardenThe Three Theological VirtuesCoat of Arms with Lion and a CockDream of the Doctor (Temptation of the Idler)The Holy Family with Two Musical AngelsPortrait of Hans Bol, the Painter, at age 58Madonna With the PearBeast with Two Horns Like a Lamb from the Apocalypse
Die sieben Posaunenengel (The Seven Angels with Trumpets)Penitent St. JeromeThe Second Tournament with the Tapestry of Samson and the LionSt. Jerome Penitent in the WildernessPortrait of a Man in ArmourMADONNA AND CHILD WITH THE MONKEYThe Virgin and Child with St. John the Baptist and St. VerdianaTHE BIRTH OF THE VIRGINThe Agony in the GardenPortrait of Alessandro Farnese wearing armourRustic CoupleMADONNA CROWNED BY ONE ANGELAgony in the GardenThe Three Theological VirtuesCoat of Arms with Lion and a CockDream of the Doctor (Temptation of the Idler)The Holy Family with Two Musical AngelsPortrait of Hans Bol, the Painter, at age 58Madonna With the PearBeast with Two Horns Like a Lamb from the Apocalypse

The Renaissance is arguably the most celebrated period of art history, spanning from the 14th through 16th centuries in Europe. During the Renaissance (French for “rebirth”), the rediscovery of classical sculptures from Ancient Greece and Rome inspired artists to renew the centuries-old pursuit of representing human bodies with idealized beauty. While most Renaissance paintings and sculptures are held in the permanent collections of museums like the Louvre, the Uffizi, and the Duomo, prints by masters like Albrecht Dürer offer collectors the opportunity to collect a precious artifact from one of the most celebrated eras of art and cultural history.

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