La Melancolie c.1514 (24 x 19cm)
Saint Jerome in a Cave, c.1512 (16.4 x 11.7 cm) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston The German painter Albrecht Dürer painted this lion in 1494. It is part of the collection of the Kunsthalle in Hamburg, Germany.
A empresa Bigger Universe Studios usa um detalhe da gravura de Durer para o logotipo de um dos seus projectos.
"JEROME - or the Java-based Engine for Real-time Online Multiuser Environments, is designed as a heterogeneous parallel virtual machine, or grid, specifically for real-time applications. Sleeping lion from "St. Jerome in His Study" by Albrecht Durer in logo."
Head of an Old Man. © Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna In 1521 Dürer visited the Netherlan, where he made this celebrated drawing. While it is a finished portrait in its own right, it was also used as a study for a painting of St. Jerome, Dürer's most important work from the trip. The artist's inscription at the top reads: "This man was 93 years old and still healthy and strong in Antwerp." In keeping with the focus on realistic depiction in northern Europe, Dürer observed the old man closely and recorded the details of his face brilliantly. Poster Design: Marilyn Bouma-Pyper© 1999 Art Gallery of Ontario
Cartaz de uma Exposição em Janeiro de 2000.(...is a spectacular exhibition of 45 stellar drawings from the Albertina museum in Vienna ...).