Albrecht Durer Lecture and Linocut Art Project

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Albrecht Dürer is one of the most prolific and influential printmakers in this history of art. He was a German artist who worked with Martin Luther and helped promote the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century.

This zip download includes a PDF lesson plan for the lecture, 30 slide PowerPoint lecture that provides background of the world in which Durer lived and his art, a note guide, an answer key to the note guide, a lesson plan for the linocut printmaking project, and a printmaking rubric.

Durer was known for his woodcut prints, but woodcuts are difficult to make in a high school art room, which is why linoleum prints are an appropriate print to make in relationship to Durer’s art.

Materials required for this project include: paper, pencils, ebony pencils, linoleum, permanent markers, rulers, bench hooks, linoleum cutters, brayers, trays, ink, and barrens (or large spoons, or a printing press).

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This work by Klaire Pearson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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Teaching Duration
3 Weeks

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Albrecht Durer Lecture and Linocut Art Project
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Albrecht Durer Lecture and Linocut Art Project
Albrecht Durer Lecture and Linocut Art Project