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To survey art history as a whole was a pressing task for a generation of German scholars around the mid-nineteenth century

To survey art history as a whole was a pressing task for a generation of German scholars around the mid-nineteenth century. Their projections of a historicist chain of artworks ranged from textual narratives without illustrations, to separate picture compendia as well as images of a more allegorical kind. Other means with which to picture art history as part of a virtually all-encompassing cultural history were the museums of art erected in Germany at the time, in Berlin and Munich especially. This book deals with practices of representing art history in various media.

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On Kugler see Dan Karlholm, Art of Illusion: The Representation of Art History in Nineteenth-Century . who studied in Vienna, was the last professor at the German university, which was closed down in 1945, when he moved to the University of Vienna

On Kugler see Dan Karlholm, Art of Illusion: The Representation of Art History in Nineteenth-Century Germany and Beyond. Kugler (1808-58) was the author of Handbuch der Kunstgeschichte, Stuttgart, 1842. who studied in Vienna, was the last professor at the German university, which was closed down in 1945, when he moved to the University of Vienna. Neuwirth was professor at Prague from 1894 to 1899, when he took up a position of Chair at the Advanced Technical School. Swoboda, who studied in Vienna, was the last professor at the German university, which was closed down in 1945, when he moved to the University of Vienna.

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Most discussions of arts end take Hegels philosophy as a starting point, but the .

Most discussions of arts end take Hegels philosophy as a starting point, but the context in which Hegel developed his theories about art was quite different from that of today. 5 In his book After the End of Art: Contemporary Art and the Pale of History (1997), he tied the artistic epoch of modernism, beginning with Van Gogh and Gauguin, to Hegels concept of modern reflexiveness. In effect, modernism sets itself at a distance from the previous history of art. 6.

To survey art history as a whole was a pressing task for a generation of German scholars around the mid-nineteenth century. Their projections of a historicist chain of artworks ranged from textual narratives without illustrations, to separate picture compendia as well as images of a more allegorical kind. Other means with which to picture art history as part of a virtually all-encompassing cultural history were the museums of art erected in Germany at the time, in Berlin and Munich especially. This book deals with practices of representing art history in various media. This includes post-Hegelian texts and engravings of art history from the 1840s onwards, by Franz Kugler, Julius Schnorr and others. In addition, works of art of the late twentieth century, by Andy Warhol, Anselm Kiefer and others, provide opportunities to speculate on the after-effects and discursive traces of the old regime. Extending the concept of historiography to include not just textual or institutional endeavours, but a host of different images as well, from reproductive prints to pop paintings and visual archives of the digital era, this study is intended to contribute in new ways to a critical historiography of the field of art history and visual culture today.