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  • _Arthur Lincoln18591923American archæologist, Professor of art history at Princeton University. Pereat Rochus (orig. 1887) by Antonio Fogazzaro
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  • return to my native city Philadelphia I made many pictures and taught Art and Art History in Philadelphia, New York, Brooklyn & Washington[.] I received honors
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  • School of painting, and prepared the way for a critical conception of art history in Italy. His residence in Italy also gave rise to interesting works
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  • distinguished German art-historian and jurist, with Rumohr, Waagen, and Kugler, one of the founders of modern art-history, who conceived art in its connection
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  • (1805-91). A German historical painter, born at Göttingen, where he studied art-history at the university, before taking up painting in Dresden under Matthäi
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  • Germanic philology at Breslau, he established himself there as docent for art-history in 1866, was appointed professor in 1872, and called to the University
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  • Vienna). In 1873 he was called to the University of Vienna as professor of art history. His publications include: Dürers Briefe, Tagebüchcr und Reime (1872);
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  • a history of the early Flemish painters. In 1847, while on a journey to Berlin and Vienna, Crowe made a chance acquaintance with a young Italian art student
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  • they display, they stand among the foremost works of the designing art. The history of these cartoons is curious. Leo X. employed Raphael in designing
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  • und Mittheilungen über bildende Kunst, and in 1864 became docent of art-history at the Academy, where in 1800 he was also made librarian and custodian
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  • resigned in 1876 and devoted himself entirely to the study of art-history. In 1881-86 he was art-critic for the Wiener Allgemeine Zeitung. Under the title
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  • Wesen der Strafe (1888); and he also made excursions into the realm of art-history with the essays: Aus dem Lande der Kunst (1882); Aesthetische Streifereien
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  • magazines. Most of his separately published works were concerned with art, history, and criticism: "Christliche germanische Baukunst" (1845); "Fingerzeige
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  • (1913), Volume 11 OrcagnaGaston Sortais (The conventional name in art history of ANDREA DI CIONE, also called ARCAGNUOLO or ARCANGIO). Born at Florence
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  • knowledge of modern languages and literatures, as well as of ancient art, history, and archæology. To these pursuits every leisure hour, even to the close
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  • Munich, where he lectures chiefly on æsthetics at the university and on art history at the academy. He has written various works on philosophy, religion
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  • literary activity extended into the provinces of history, art-history, archaeology, and Christian art. He enriched the Hungarian National Gallery with
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  • of what all History ought to be. It has been told them, in the Laws of Fesole, that all great Art is Praise. So is all faithful History, and all high
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  • Cotteswolds (1845) Ancient Straits of Malvern (1849) Remains of Roman Art (1850) History of British Grasses (1858) Science and Practice in Farm Cultivation
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  • the Arts of the Middle Ages,’ 1855, by J. Labarte, and ‘History of the Ceramic Art’ and ‘History of Furniture,’ 1878, both by A. Jacquemart. She also assisted
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