Der Meister und Katharina. Hans von Kulmbach und seine Werke für Krakau
Der Meister und Katharina is a study that goes beyond the scope of a standard exhibition catalogue.
It is not just a description of carefully selected works of art created 500 years ago, which are the most conspicuous amongst those produced in Krakow, the Kingdom of Poland and the whole of Europe. It is not just a description of their story, plunder and renovation.
It is primarily a homage paid to the artist compared with Albrecht Dürer and Veit Stoß, in addition to being an account of the sophisticated art culture of Krakow during the period of its greatest glory i.e. the first half of the XVI century, and the connection with Norymberga, one of the leading centre of art of that time.Publisher: The National Museum in Krakow Publish Date: 2018
Language: Polish, German
Product Dimensions: 240 x 300