The Nation without Art: Examining Modern Discourses on Jewish Art

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PREFACE
1
On page 6 of the Deutsches Volksblatt, no. 4124, 27 June 1900, one can find a report on “Die Pariser Fahrt der Wiener Antisemiten.” The group's visit to Paris began with a tour of locations made famous by the Dreyfus case.
2
“Richard” to Wickhoff, 30 January 1902, Wickhoff Nachlafi, Institut fur Kunstgeschichte, University of Vienna.
3
On Wagner's plan, see Peter Haiko, “The Franz Josef-Stadtmuseum: The Attempt to Implement aTheory of Modern Architecture, ” in Otto Wanner: Reflections on the Raiment of Modernity, ed. Harry Francis Mallgrave (Santa Monica CA: Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, 1993), 53–83.
4
Margaret Olin, “Alois Riegl and the Crisis of Representation in Art Theory, 1880–1905” (Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 1982).
5
Michael Andre Bernstein, “Forgone Conclusions: Narrating the Fate of Austro-German Jewry, ” Modernism/Modernity i (January 1994): 57–75.
6
Michael Shank, Unless You Believe, You Shall Not Understand: Logic, University, and Society in Late Medieval Vienna (Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1988), 171; and communications with the author. The inscription is quoted on page 197 n.117.
7
Portheim to Wickhoff, 22 January 1886. Wickhoff Nachlafi, carton 2, “Briefe von und zu Wickhoff, ” 4.
8
Wilhelm Bode, another scholar about whom Portheim complained, was known for anti-Semitic behavior. Wolfgang Beyrodt, “Wilhelm von Bode (1845–1925)), ” in Altmeister moderner Kunst, geschichte, ed. Heinrich Dilly (Berlin: Dietrich Reimer, 1990), 32.
9
For a useful discussion and citations, see Joseph Gutmann, “Jewish Art and Jewish Studies, ” in The State of Jewish Studies, ed. Shaye J. D. Cohen and Edward L. Greenstein (Detroit MI: Wayne State University Press, 1990), 193. 211.
10
Portheim was from a well-known Jewish family from Prague, who, among other businesses, operated a porcelain factory in Chodau, where Portheim was born. Biographisches Lexikon des kaiserthums Oesterreich, s.v. “Porges Edle von Portheim, Moses und Leopold.”
11
See Margaret Olin, “Alois Riegl: The Late Roman Empire in the Late Habsburg Empire, ” in The Habsbutg Legacy: National Identity in Historical Per

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