From the Sept/Oct, 2012 issue of Touchstone
Albrecht Dürer's Noli Me Tangere by Mary Elizabeth Podles

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Albrecht Dürer's Noli Me Tangere

It is sometimes pleasing to an art historian of not very large stature to see how a small image can make a big impact and reverberate through the ages. Albrecht Dürer's Small Passion of 1511 is a series of 37 woodcuts, each measuring no more than four by five inches. Dürer published two other Passion series, one of eleven scenes and the other of fourteen, each depicting the events between the Agony in the Garden and the Resurrection. In the Small Passion, however, he sets his personal interpretation of the Passion drama into the whole history of salvation, from the F . . .


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