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Albrecht Dürer
(1471 - 1528)

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1471 Born 21 May in Nürnberg
1485 Apprenticed to his father, a goldsmith
1486 Apprenticed to the painter and printmaker Michael Wolgemut
1490 Travels to Colmar, Basel, Strasbourg
1494 Marries Agnes Frey 7 July
1494 Returns to Nürnberg
1494 Travels to Italy
1502 Father dies and Dürer is left to care for his invalid, and nearly blind, mother
1506 Travels again to Italy, meets Giovanni Bellini
1520 Journeys to Aachen and on to the Lowlands, has an audience with Charles V
1525 Manual of Measurement published
1527 Various Instructions for the Fortification of Towns, Castles and other Localities published
1528 Four Books on Human Proportions published posthumously
1528 Dies 6 April Nürnberg
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