Dürer’s House is a typical half-timbered Nuremberg residence. Dürer lived here from 1509 until his death in 1528. Some of his representative masterpieces are also displayed here, but they are mainly reissues.
A well-known figure in Germany, the entire former residence is quite large. In the old town, I saw some interesting little things when I visited here. The environment of the former residence is also quite warm. You can browse around.
Dürer’s full name: Albrecht Dürer~ is one of the greatest German painters during the Renaissance~ This is a wooden-framed house, Dürer’s residence and studio from 1509 until his death in 1520~ The tour of the former residence is equipped with an audio guide. The commentary is the voice of Durer’s wife—Agnes. There is a huge copper rabbit at the entrance of the former residence. It is from a famous sketch of Durer~
The inconspicuous Dürer’s house next to the city wall is a place that Nuremberg must visit. A large number of classic Dürer paintings are gathered inside. Although they are all copied versions, it is still a strong impact to be seen in the former residence. Besides, at my level, I can’t distinguish the original from the original
Durer’s former residence is not far from the Emperor’s Fort. Dürer was a great German painter during the Renaissance. The foreign guide who took us on the tour prepared meticulously. I have brought us some photos of Dürer's works. Painters in the past liked to paint portraits of people. Dürer was the first painter to paint on animals.