August 23, 2018 in the VOKHM them. I.N. Kramskoy held a lecture “Between Durer and Cranach: Painting and Graphics of Germany of the XVI century.”
Lecture, was another creative meeting with art lovers, held in the framework of the summer series of museum lectures.
The lecturer was the senior scientific employee of the museum Valery Shakin.
The meeting acquainted the audience with the most interesting phenomenon of European Renaissance art, which was the Renaissance Germany of the late XV first half of the XVI century. It was told about the works of such German artists as Durer, Cranach, Altdorfer, Grunewald, Holbein and a whole pleiad of lesser known names that opened a completely different page of art: complex, contradictory, original. Visitors also learned how the art of Germany developed between the Renaissance and the Reformation, which was unique and special to the local artists of that time and what was the everyday life of the era.
The next lecture, dedicated to the work of one of the darkest artists of the Northern Renaissance – Matthias Grunewald, will be held on August 30 at 6.00 pm. All are invited (over 16 years old). Free admission!