Photo Credit: photo: R. Lee
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Portrait of the Artist, Albrecht Dürerca. 1750-1767
216 x 176 mm (8.5 x 6.9 in.)
Johann Jakob Haid (aka Johann Jakob Hayd), German, (1704–1767)
After Albrecht Dürer, German, (1471–1528)
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- plate Dimensions: 216 x 176 mm (8.5 x 6.9 in.)
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Johann Jakob Haid (aka Johann Jakob Hayd), German, (1704–1767) Albrecht Dürer, German, (1471–1528) . Portrait of the Artist, Albrecht Dürer, ca. 1750-1767. Mezzotint on laid paper. plate : 216 x 176 mm (8.5 x 6.9 in.). DAC accession number 1982.46.10. Gift of Brian Douglas Gracie (BA Wesleyan 1969), 1982. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: R. Lee) .
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