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ALTDORFER Albrecht (b. ca. 1480, Regensburg, d. 1538, Regensburg) Nationality : German

German painter and graphic artist working in Regensburg, of which town he was a citizen from 1505 onwards, the leading artist, the guiding spirit of the so-called Danube School. His training is unknown, but his early work was influenced by Cranach and Durer's art too was known to him through the woodcuts and engravings. Most of his paintings are religious works, but he was one of the first artists to show an interest in landscape as an independent genre. He was the first European to paint forests, sunsets, and picturesque ruins, in which he represented man as part of nature, allied with trees, rocks, mountains, and clouds and often resembling them.

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