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While from the 16th to the 19th centuries it was mainly artists and collectors who promoted the adoption and admiration of Durer and his works, an academic reappraisal of his work, which was able to base itself on extensive source materials, began in the 19th century.Durer's written legacy includes autobiographical writings, theoretical treatises and diary entries as well as poems and letters to clients and humanists who were among his friends.Albrecht Durer's immediate ancestors lived in Hungary.His origins are confirmed by the occasionally patchy family chronicle, much cited in academic works, that Albrecht Durer wrote later in life, on 25 December 1523, based on records kept by his father.

The academic examination of the figure of Albrecht Durer and his works has continued, with unbroken interest, right up to the present.Albrecht Durer the Elder (1427-1502) came from a small Hungarian village called "Eytas" close to "a small town called Jula." The place being described is now known as Ajt, Durer wrote later in life, on 25 December 1523, based on records kept by his father.Even today it has not been shown beyond doubt whether the Durers came from Hungary or Germany.It is possible that at least a part of the family was of German origin, as Albrecht Durer the Elder's written German was excellent, and his son also occasionally disassociated himself from other nationalities using the term "Albertus Durerus Germamcus." The family name is a translation of the Hungarian "ajtos," "Tur" (door) in German, and appears in writing as "Thurer" or "Turer." The coat of arms on the back side of Durer's earliest portrait of his father shows a gateway with open doors, possibly a barn door as an allusion to his ancestors' trade, for they were cattle breeders.His grandfather Anton Durer had learned the craft of the goldsmith, and his eldest son, Durer's father, was supposed to follow in his footsteps.

The academic examination of the figure of Albrecht Durer and his works has continued, with unbroken interest, right up to the present.Albrecht Durer the Elder (1427-1502) came from a small Hungarian village called "Eytas" close to "a small town called Jula." The place being described is now known as Ajt, Durer wrote later in life, on 25 December 1523, based on records kept by his father.Even today it has not been shown beyond doubt whether the Durers came from Hungary or Germany.It is possible that at least a part of the family was of German origin, as Albrecht Durer the Elder's written German was excellent, and his son also occasionally disassociated himself from other nationalities using the term "Albertus Durerus Germamcus." The family name is a translation of the Hungarian "ajtos," "Tur" (door) in German, and appears in writing as "Thurer" or "Turer." The coat of arms on the back side of Durer's earliest portrait of his father shows a gateway with open doors, possibly a barn door as an allusion to his ancestors' trade, for they were cattle breeders.His grandfather Anton Durer had learned the craft of the goldsmith, and his eldest son, Durer's father, was supposed to follow in his footsteps.Durer is the first German artist from whom such an extensive selection of private remarks and letters have survived, permitting us to draw conclusions about the artist as a person.