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Albrecht Dürer ” Feldhase “
The Field Hare, also called Hare or Young Hare, is the title of a watercolour by Albrecht Dürer and probably the most famous of all Dürer’s nature studies, year of origin 1502.
Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) was a German painter, mathematician and art theorist. He is one of the outstanding representatives of the Renaissance.
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About this Art work:
The field hare is depicted on the approximately square paper in the falling diagonal of the sheet from top left to bottom right in a crouching position. Following this diagonal, the hare looks into the space outside the picture surface. This results in the three-quarter profile view. The head, the ears and the chest are shown in bottom view, the back and the hind leg in top view. Thus all the essentials of the hare’s complexity are shown. The grounding is watercoloured and ranges from fawn to grey-brown to off-white. The rhythmically structured layers of hair are set on this grounding. However, they are less ornamental than in Dürer’s self-portrait of 1500, for example. The drawing of the hair illustrates the stretching of the fur in the crouching position and also the soft, shiny texture of the fur.
The ears are drawn more succinctly. The brushstroke is short and concise. The right ear – left from the viewer’s point of view – is bent backwards, but turned outwards. Together with the eye, which is also turned towards the viewer, it symbolises animal perception. A window cross is reflected in the eye. The left ear – like the left eye – is turned away from the viewer. The shadow of the hare and the long vibrissae on the upper lip and eyes also fall into the invisible space into which this eye looks.
No seat or surroundings are depicted. Nevertheless, the hare gives the impression of sitting still for the moment of viewing.
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