Albrecht Dürer – Northern Renaissance Master

Albrecht Dürer (1471 – 1528) was a German artist from Nuremberg. He is generally regarded as the greatest painter of the Northern Renaissance (in Europe, outside of Italy). His talents included the use of paints, woodcuts, engraving, and watercolors. He introduced classical themes in his works and applied many theories of mathematics, perspective, and ideal proportions. He influenced a great number of painters in succeeding generations. Our collection of Albrecht Dürer patterns includes several self portraits and many examples of his styles including Saint Jerome in His Study, Knight, Death, and the Devil, Melencolia, Young Hare, Adam and Eve, Praying Hands, Great Piece of Turf, and many portraits including Oswolt Krel, Hieronymus Holzschuher, Barbara Dürer, Bernhard von Reesen, Emperor Sigismund, and Elsbeth Tucher.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Young Hare

Lamentation for Christ

Portrait of Oswolt Krel

The Praying Hands

Great Piece of Turf

Saint Jerome in His Study

Knight, Death, and the Devil



Madonna with the Pear

Portrait of Hieronymus Holzschuher

Jesus Among the Scribes

Portrait of Michael Wolgemut

The Painter’s Father


Madonna with the Siskin

The Citadel of Arco in the South Tyrol


Wing of a Blue Roller

Four Apostles

Willow Mill

Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand

The Flight into Egypt

The Young Woman

Apostle Philip

Virgin and Child with St. Anne

Portrait of Barbara Dürer

Portrait of Bernhard von Reesen

Two Muscians

Portrait of a Young Furleger with Loose Hair

Emperor Sigismund

Portrait of Elsbeth Tucher

Paumgartner Altar (right wing)

Paumgartner Altar (left wing)