From the July/August, 2012 issue of Touchstone
Albrecht Dürer's Vision of the Seven Candlesticks by Mary Elizabeth Podles

A Thousand Words

Albrecht Dürer's Vision of the Seven Candlesticks

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

In 1498, Albrecht Dürer published his Apocalypse, the first book to be planned, illustrated, and published by an artist. It was an audacious undertaking for a 27-year-old. No doubt he hoped to cash in on the anxiety that the world would end in a round-numbered year, 1500 in his case, but there was no guarantee of success for such a new departure. For one thing, Dürer's illustrations claimed the front sides of each page, while the text flowed in a continuous stream on the . . .


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