Synopses & Reviews
David Hotchkiss Price, a specialist in Renaissance cultural and ecclesiastical history, has broken new ground with this comprehensive analysis of Renaissance humanism as the foundation for Danduuml;rer's religious art and, in particular, for Danduuml;rer's reception of the Reformation movements. Price also offers an innovative study of the relationships between text and image, and a pioneering assessment of the representation of Jews in Danduuml;rer's religious art.
David Price is Associate Professor of History and of Church History, Southern Methodist University.
This lavishly illustrated book provides a fresh and challenging new perspective on the life and Work of Danduuml;rer