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|Genoemd persoon:||Adolph Menzel; Adolph von Menzel|
|Alle auteurs / medewerkers:||
Adolph Menzel; Claude Keisch; Marie Ursula Riemann-Reyher; Musée d'Orsay.; National Gallery of Art (U.S.); Alte Nationalgalerie (Germany)
|Opmerkingen:||Catalog of the exhibition held at the Musée d'Orsay, Paris, 15 Apr. 28-July 1996; National Gallery of Art, Washington, 15 Sept. 1996-5 Jan. 1997; Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, 7 February-11 May 1997.|
|Beschrijving:||480 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 31 cm.|
|Inhoud:||Menzel seen from America / Philip Conisbee --
Menzel and Berlin: a photographic record --
Biography of Adolph Menzel / Marie Ursula Riemann-Reyher --
Berlin in Menzel's time / Peter Paret --
Menzel junctures disjunctures / Claude Keisch --
Menzel's university / Werner Hofmann --
Adolph Menzel: readings between nationalism and modernity / Françoise Forster-Hahn --
Menzel and French painting of his time: two conceptions of the historical genre / Thomas W. Gaehtgens --
The draughtsman: and master of the glance / Marie Ursula Riemann-Reyher --
Menzel's modernity / Peter-Klaus Schuster.
|Andere titels:||Adolph Menzel, 1815-1905.
Between romanticism and impressionism
|Verantwoordelijkheid:||edited by Claude Keisch, Marie Ursula Riemann-Reyher.|
paintings and drawings. Menzel specialists and art historians contribute chapters on his life and art, his visits to France, his critical reception, relevant social and historical background, and different approaches to his work. Until recently, Menzel's many paintings and drawings were separated from one another in collections on either side of the Berlin Wall. Now, in the wake of reunification, the Berlin Museums have put together the most extensive Menzel exhibit.
since the retrospective that followed his death in 1905. This book is the catalogue for the exhibit that had its debut at the Musee D'Orsay in Paris (April 15 to July 28), travels to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. (September 15, 1996 to January 5, 1997) and returns to Nationalgalerie in Berlin (February 7 to May 11, 1997).