Might and Glory. Dürer in the Emperor’s Service

March 5June 21, 2015


500 years after its commission by Emperor Maximilian in 1515, *The Arch of Honour of Maximilian I* by Albrecht Dürer remains the largest woodcut ever made during the Renaissance era. Now on public display at SMK, it reigns as an example of self promotion and artistic achievement

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Presented by Statens Museum for Kunst