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AbstractThis essay by the distinguished German art historian Max Imdahl (1925-88) outlines Imdahl’s career and art historical practice, which provide fascinating insights into the development of the discipline in postwar Germany. Imdahl was founding member of the Institute of Art History at the...
AbstractThis article makes a fundamental contribution to the understanding of the development of art history as a discipline. Kroupa shows the genesis of the first “historics” of art by Carl Friedrich von Rumohr (1785-1843) and his influence on later, major figures in art history: first,...
AbstractPublished in Russian in 1913, this article is unprecedented in its focus on the representation of women in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russian painting. The author, Nikolai Nikolayevich Vrangel, who belonged to both high-society and avant-garde circles in St. Petersburg, does not...
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