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Albrecht Duerer

Germany (MIFF 1958, Pigment and Chisel)

While Duerer's fame outside Germany rests mainly on his graphic works, his paintings, mostly found in German museums and churches, represent a large portion of his artistic output. This film presents a fine selection of the master's paintings, ranging from his lesser known portraits to his large religious panels.

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