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Dürer's Journeys at The National Gallery [London]

Late in the summer of 1505 Dürer travelled to Venice where he stayed until early in 1507. His work and life there are recorded in ten letters to his friend Willibald Pirckheimer. In 1506 the German merchants in Venice who belonged to the confraternit
Burkhard of Speyer (16th century) ©

Dürer’s Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist
20 November 2021 – 27 February 2022

Following a run at the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum in Aachen, this exhibition examines Albrecht Dürer’s well-documented journey to the Netherlands in 1520–21 and will demonstrate how his encounters with new places and other artists influenced and inspired his artistic output.


Other items from the Royal Collection are on long-term loan to the National Gallery

Rooms and locations with objects on display