Ganymede, c. 1500-1505


Bequest of Herschel V. Jonesexpand_more  P.68.132

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Albrecht Dürer's unique influence on art of the Veneto is easily seen in these two prints. Giulio Campagnola copied the landscape with a tall, waterside house from Du¨rer's earlier engraving. Campagnola was recorded as working in Venice in 1507, around the time of Dürer's second visit (1506-7). Whether the two artists met remains unknown.

Artist Life
Italian (Padua), c. 1482 - 1516
Accession Number
Frederick Keppel, 1926
Catalogue Raisonne
Hind 4 ii/ii; Bartsch 5
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