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ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528)

St Eustace


RCIN 800067

St Eustace was a Roman general who converted to Christianity on discovering a Crucifixion in a stag’s antlers while out hunting. He was a popular saint in Germany in the early sixteenth century. This print, which shows the saint kneeling before the stag, is Dürer’s largest engraving.

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