Exhibitions

The Trinity

In Dürer's woodcut The Trinity the lines are so fine and densely spaced that it is almost impossible to make them out individually with the naked eye. The lines merge and fuse, becoming hues of grey that shape the motif. Here, technique becomes veiled by the overall illusion.

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