Hirshvogel's prints, together with those of Altdorfer, are among the earliest manifestations of pure landscape in the history of Western art, in the relatively new medium of etching.
River Landscape with a Stout Tree at Left by Augustin Hirschvogel, 1546
© Fitzwilliam Museum
- Etching on paper
- 14 x 21 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £4,200 ( Total: £16,800)
- Acquired in:
- N G Stogdon
Colnaghi's; German private collection.
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