Reusable Tote Bags - Albrecht Duerer Collection


Reusable, water-resistant, and washable tote bag featuring the works of Albrecht Dürer.

Sometimes spelled in English as Durer or Duerer, was a German painter, printmaker, and theorist of the German Renaissance. Choose from 3 works:

  • Rhinocerus, 1515 - This finely detailed woodcut by Albrecht Dürer, one of the great artists of the Northern European Renaissance, documents the arrival in Europe of the first rhinoceros to be seen there since the days of the Roman Empire.  © Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
  • The Large Piece of Turf, 1503 - Smell the grass and fresh moist earth. Zoom in to find small animals or insects hidden in the green grass on the recycled tote bag. Dürer takes us on his journey in his portrayal of a piece of turf in a meadow in early May, after the dandelions have gone to seed.  © The Albertina Museum, Vienna
  • Young Hare, 1502 - Duerer captures the hare's fur in forensic detail, falling in different directions and hues on the recycled tote bag. Reach out and feel it's fluffy coat. © The Albertina Museum, Vienna

Folded in a matching zipper pouch.

20" x 16.5".
Handles are 10.6".
Holds up to 44 lbs.
Weighs only 1.94oz.