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Adolph Von Menzel By Maria Tsaneva
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Adolph Menzel was a German artist famous for drawings, etchings, and paintings. Beside with Caspar Friedrich, Menzel is regarded one of the two most important German artists of the 19th century, and... More > was the most successful artist of his time in Germany. His popularity in his native country was such that few of his major paintings left Germany, as many were quickly acquired by museums in Berlin. : Edgar Degas admired and copied his work, calling him "the greatest living master". In Germany Menzel received many honors, and in 1898 became the first painter to be admitted to the Order of the Black Eagle; by virtue of receiving the Order, Menzel was raised to the nobility, becoming "Adolph von Menzel". He was also made a member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris and the Royal Academy in London. Menzel's graphic works and drawings were more widely distributed; these, along with informal paintings not initially intended for display, have largely accounted for his posthumous reputation.< Less
Adolph Menzel: Drawings Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Adolph Friedrich Erdmann von Menzel (1815 – 1905) was a German artist noted for drawings, etchings, and paintings. Along with Caspar David Friedrich, he is considered one of the two most... More > prominent German artists of the 19th century, and was the most successful artist of his era in Germany. His popularity in his native country, owing especially to History Painting, was such that few of his major paintings left Germany, as many were quickly acquired by museums in Berlin. Menzel's graphic works and drawings were more widely disseminated; these, along with informal paintings not initially intended for display, have largely accounted for his posthumous reputation. The paintings which were available to the public garnered recognition not only within Germany, but from the French avant-garde as well: Edgar Degas admired and copied his work, calling him "the greatest living master".< Less
Adolph Menzel: 185 Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Adolph Friedrich Erdmann von Menzel (1815 – 1905) was a German artist noted for drawings, etchings, and paintings. Along with Caspar David Friedrich, he is considered one of the two most... More > prominent German artists of the 19th century, and was the most successful artist of his era in Germany. His popularity in his native country, owing especially to History Painting, was such that few of his major paintings left Germany, as many were quickly acquired by museums in Berlin. Menzel's graphic works and drawings were more widely disseminated; these, along with informal paintings not initially intended for display, have largely accounted for his posthumous reputation. The paintings which were available to the public garnered recognition not only within Germany, but from the French avant-garde as well: Edgar Degas admired and copied his work, calling him "the greatest living master".< Less
so war alles nur ein traum... By Andreas Kühn
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Der in weiten Teilen biographische Roman erzählt das Schicksal einer Breslauer Familie von der Weimarer Republik bis in das 21. Jahrhundert. Mit wunderbaren Worten und in bewegenden Bildern... More > entsteht vor dem Leser ein beeindruckendes Gemälde der Stadt Breslau und ihrer Bewohner - im Schatten der am Horizont heraufziehenden Katastrophe des Zweiten Weltkrieges und seiner Folgen. Der Verfasser knüpft starke Bande der Aussöhnung mit Franzosen, Polen und Russen. Eine bedeutende Rolle spielt hierbei die Musik, die dem Leben der handelnden Personen mit der ihr eigenen Macht immer wieder eine überraschende Wendung gibt - bis auf das eine Mal... Ein Buch von großer Kraft, geprägt von tiefer Menschlichkeit.< Less
Breslau Königsplatz 7a By Andreas Kühn
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Der Roman "Breslau Königsplatz 7a" läßt den Leser an dem exemplarisch erzählten Schicksal zweier bürgerlicher Breslauer Familien von der Weimarer Republik bis in... More > das 21. Jahrhundert teilhaben. Mit wunderbaren Worten und in bewegenden Bildern entsteht ein beeindruckendes Gemälde der Stadt Breslau und ihrer Bewohner - im Schatten der am Horizont heraufziehenden Katastrophe des Zweiten Weltkrieges und seiner Folgen. Dem Autor gelingt es, ästhetisch wiederzugewinnen, was in der Realität längst verloren zu sein scheint - er knüpft dabei starke Bande der Aussöhnung mit Franzosen, Polen und Russen. Eine bedeutende Rolle spielt hierbei die Musik, die dem Leben der handelnden Personen mit der ihr eigenen Macht immer wieder eine überraschende Wendung geben kann - bis auf das eine Mal... Ein Buch von großer Kraft, geprägt von tiefer Menschlichkeit.< Less