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Obras comentadas: Autorretrato, Alberto Durero, (1498), por Cristina Iglesias

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Published on Nov 6, 2013

Con motivo de la exposición "La belleza encerrada. De Fra Angelico a Fortuny", Cristina Iglesias, artista, comenta la obra Autorretrato, Alberto Durero, (1498).

El Autorretrato de 1498 es uno de los primeros autorretratos que se conocen. Alberto Durero no se representa haciendo alusión a cualquier otra faceta de su vida, sino reflejando la conciencia de sí mismo como creador -tal y como indica la inscripción- y a su vez como “gentiluomo”: hombre elegante, cortesano, como un caballero.

La vida de Durero –considerado el introductor del Renacimiento italiano en la Alemania del siglo XV- corre paralela a la de dos personajes como Leonardo da Vinci y el Bosco. En su obra se fusionan de forma admirable la fuerza expresiva germana, el realismo flamenco y el Renacimiento italiano.

(Subtítulos en inglés y español)



SELF-PORTRAIT, ALBRECHT DÜRER, (1498), BY CRISTINA IGLESIAS

On the occasion of the exhibition Captive Beauty from Fra Angelico to Fortuny, Cristina Iglesias, artist, comments on the work Self-portrait, Albrecht Dürer, (1498).

Albrecht Dürer’s Self-portrait of 1498 is one of the first knownself-portraits. In his depiction of himself the artist chose not to refer to any other aspect of his life but rather to reflect on hisself-awareness as a creative figure -like the inscription says- and also as a “gentleman”, presenting himself as an elegant, courtly and aristocratic figure.

Dürer is considered to be the artist who introduced the Italian Renaissance into 16th-century Germany. His life and career run parallel to those of two other artists with whom he has elements in common: Leonardo da Vinci and Hieronymous Bosch. Dürer’s work is a remarkable fusion of German expressive force, Flemish realism and the Italian Renaissance.


(Spanish and english subtitles)

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