MUNICH SECESSION : ART AND ARTISTS IN TURN OF THE CENTURY MUNICH
Yayıncı Princeton University Press ( 12 / 1990 ) ISBN 9780691002873 | Büyük boy | İngilizce | 224 Sayfa | Türler Sanat Tarihi
In April 1892 the first Art Secession in the German-speaking countries came into being in Munich, Central Europe's undisputed capital of the visual arts. Featuring the work of German painters, sculptors and designers such as Fritz von Uhde, Wilhelm Trubner, Max Liebermann, Adolf Holzel, Franz von Stuck and Richard Riemerschmid, as well as that of vanguard artists from France, Scandinavia, Russia, Italy, the UK and the USA, the Munich Secession was a progressive force in the German art world for nearly a decade, its exhibitions regularly attended and praised by Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and other modernists at the outset of their careers in the 1890s. Maria Makela explores both the aesthetic and institutional facets of this seminal exhibition society.