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by Claude Keisch


This magnificent book traces the development of nineteenth-century German paintings through the story of a remarkable institution-the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, one of Germany’s most important collections.

Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin. This magnificent book traces the development of nineteenth-century German paintings through the story of a remarkable institution-the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, one of Germany’s most important collections.

The Nationalgalerie in Berlin has one of the greatest collections of 19th century paintings in the world. Preceding these works are a Foreword, An Outline Chronology and 4 texts, addressing "The Birth of a Nation from the Spirit of Art: The Nationalgalerie in Berlin on its 125th Anniversary", by Peter-Klaus Schuster, the Director of the Nationalgalerie; "Art without a National Centre: German Painting in the Nineteenth Century", by Francoise Forster-Hahn; "The Making of the History of Contemporary.

The Nationalgalerie in Berlin, opened in 1876, uniquely mirrors .

The Nationalgalerie in Berlin, opened in 1876, uniquely mirrors developments in nineteenth-century art both there and elsewhere in Germany. Its representative holdings include a number of key works. This book, with essays that provide continuity and context, and with detailed entries on individual paintings, offers a rare introduction in English to German art of the nineteenth century. it accompanies a major loan exhibition organised by the National Gallery, London and the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. -Jacket

This video traces the development of 19th-century German painting through the story of the Nationalgalerie in Berlin.

This video traces the development of 19th-century German painting through the story of the Nationalgalerie in Berlin. The contributors focus on some 75 paintings, providing a historical overview, surveying the social and political background, and discussing the reception of the paintings. Customer Questions & Answers. See questions and answers.

This magnificent book traces the development of nineteenth-century German paintings through the story of a remarkable institution-the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, one . Claude Keisch is Senior Curator at the Nationalgalerie, Berlin.

This magnificent book traces the development of nineteenth-century German paintings through the story of a remarkable institution-the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, one of Germany’s most important collections. In their substantial general essays, Françoise Forster-Hahn surveys the social and political background to art and culture in Berlin in the nineteenth century; Claude Keisch and Angelika Wesenberg discuss the reception of German painting in Germany itself; and Peter-Klaus Schuster provides a historical overview of the Nationalgalerie.

Spirit of an Age Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin

Spirit of an Age Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin. Max Liebermann, Villa at Hilversum, 1901, oil on canvas, Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Pure Painting" and the French Avant-Garde. After Hugo von Tschudi became director of the Nationalgalerie in 1896, he acquired modern French paintings by Manet, Claude Monet, and Auguste Renoir, and the first painting by Paul Cézanne to be purchased by a museum anywhere in the world. Conservative artists and academicians objected and Emperor William II saw modern French art as a pernicious influence on German painters.

Items related to Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from. Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin (National Gallery London Publications). ISBN 13: 9780300089332. Peter- Klaus Schuster is Director General at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Françoise Forster- Hahn is professor of the history of art, University of California. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want.

Age : Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin

Spirit of an Age : Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin. by Nationalgalerie and Neue Nationalgalerie. This magnificent book traces the development of nineteenth-century German paintings through the story of a remarkable institution-the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, one of Germany's most important collections.

Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin. Published July 2001 by Natl Gallery Pubns Ltd. Internet Archive Wishlist, Alte Nationalgalerie, Exhibitions, Neue Nationalgalerie (Germany), Painting, Schilderijen, German Painting, National-Galerie (Germany), History.

Foster-Hahn, Francoise, Claude Keisch, Peter-Klaus Schuster, and Angelika Wesenberg. Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintingsfrom the Nationalgalerie, Berlin. London: National Gallery, 2001. Das Unbehagen in der Kultur. Vienna: Internationaler Psychoanalyti-scher Verlag, 1930 [Фрейд, Зигмунд. Недовольство культурой, в: Зигмунд Фрейд. По ту сторону принципа наслаждения.

This magnificent book traces the development of nineteenth-century German paintings through the story of a remarkable institution--the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, one of Germany’s most important collections. In their substantial general essays, Françoise Forster-Hahn surveys the social and political background to art and culture in Berlin in the nineteenth century; Claude Keisch and Angelika Wesenberg discuss the reception of German painting in Germany itself; and Peter-Klaus Schuster provides a historical overview of the Nationalgalerie.The authors focus on some seventy paintings, from the sublime canvases of Caspar David Friedrich and other Romantic painters early in the nineteenth century to scenes of industrial Berlin and the brilliantly observed works of the naturalists of the 1840s and 1850s, ending with the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist innovations of French and German artists that so startled Berlin around 1900, when the Nationalgalerie acquired them against the wishes of the highly conservative and anti-French Kaiser. Richly detailed cityscapes by Eduard Gaertner and Johann Erdmann Hummel provide wonderful views of mid-century Berlin, and powerful works by Max Beckmann and Lovis Corinth announce the Expressionism of later decades of the twentieth century.Claude Keisch is Senior Curator at the Nationalgalerie, Berlin. Peter-Klaus Schuster is Director General at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Françoise Forster-Hahn is professor of the history of art, University of California. Angelika Wesenberg is Curator at the Nationalgalerie, Berlin.Published by National Gallery Company Distributed by Yale University PressThis book is published to accompany an exhibition at the National Gallery in London and at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin ebook
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Claude Keisch
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