Look at the versatility of these pieces by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528). In addition to being a skilled painter, printmaker, and engraver, Dürer was also a mathematician which is evident in his use of proportions and spacial relations. He studied art vastly in Italy and the Netherlands, experimenting with different mediums and canvases in each new city. He also published many manuscripts pertaining to proportions as well as a geometry-based series of illustrations known as the Four Books of Measurement. Even after his death, Dürer’s works had a large influence on succeeding artists across Europe, particular printmakers. He continues to be regarded as one of the most influential Renaissance artists of his era.