Praeger Picture Encyclopedia of Art: A Comprehensive Survey of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture and Crafts, Their Methods, Styles and Technical Terms, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day

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MONOCHROME ILLUSTRATIONS: MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES

Amsterdam, Rijksmus./Asian Art 332; Athens, Acropolis Mus. 4, Nat. Mus. 80, 104; Basle,Kunstmus. 258, 283; Berlin, Kupferstich-Kab. 2, 3, 263, Staatl. Mus. 92, 94, 124, 137, 204, 206, 213, 246, 257, 266, 329; Berne, Kunstmus. 311; Brussels, Coll. Ph. Dotrement 287, Mus. Const. Meunier 271; Cologne, Hack Coll. 292, Haubrié Coll. 317, WallrafRichartz-Mus. 290; Copenhagen, Nat. Mus. 133, Thorvaldsen-Mus. 256; Delphi, Mus. 105; Dresden, Geméldegal. 52; Epernay, Bibliothéque 145; Essen, Folkwang-Mus. 321; Florence, Campanile 198, Loggia dei Lanzi 200, Mus. Naz. 217, Uffizi 209, 216; Frankfurt/M., Liebighaus 106; Halle/Saale, Landesmus. f. Vorgesch. 21; Hamburg, Kunsthalle 312, Mus. f. Kunst u. Gewerbe; Istanbul, Mus. 126; Kyoto, Kyégokuku-ji 352; London, Brit. Mus. 93, 130, 268, 337, Colnaghi Coll. 277, Tate Gall. 260, 275, 295, 307, 320, 342; Milan, Pinacoteca Brera 207, Sforza Castle 19; Munich, Antikensamml. 109, Bayer. Nat.-Mus. 18, 27, 237, Residenzmus. 51; Naples, Mus. Naz. 5, 116; New York, Sal. Guggenheim Mus. 294, 305, 319, Metropol. Mus. of Art 7, Mus. of Modern Art 268, 291, 301, C. Valentin Gall. 293, Whitney Mus. of American Art 288, 313, 322; Olympia, Mus. 22, 85; Paris, Comédie Franéaise 233, Louvre 6, 103, 110, 131, 214, 234, 259, 261, Mus. d'Art Moderne 306, Mus. Rodin 11; Philadelphia, Mus. of Art 289; Rio de Janeiro, Mus. d'Arte Moderna 297; Rome, Lateran Mus. 139, Mus. Naz. di Villa Giulia 114, Mus. Torlonia 115, Vatican 10, 107, 108, 120, 125, 267; Stuttgart, Wértt. Staatsgal. 309; Tébingen, Lehmbruck Coll. 314; Vienna, Albertina 37, Kunsthistor. Mus. 117, 205, Naturhistor. Mus. 91, 135; Walthamstow, William Morris Gall. 264; Winterthur, Oskar Reinhart Coll. 315; Zurich, Mus. Rietberg 342, 347.


SOURCES OF ILLUSTRATIONS

In-text illustrations: Aerofilms Ltd., London (1); Alinari, Florence (17); Foto Alpenland, Vienna (1); Prof. Alsdorf, Sprétze (1); D. Anderson, Rome (1); W. Andrews, New York (2); Archiv f. Kunst u. Geschichte, Berlin (1); Kunstarchiv Arntz, Stuttgart (29); L. Aufsberg, Sonthofen (10); Bredol-Lepper, Aachen (1); British Features, Bonn (2); F. Bruckmann KG, Munich (2); Deutscher Kunstverlag, Munich (12); Photographie Giraudon, Paris (1); W. Hahn, Dresden (2); Prof. Hassenpflug, Munich (1); L. Hervé, Paris (1); Verlag Hoffmann & Campe, Hamburg (1); O. Hoppe, Brunswick (1); Karfeld-Verlag GmbH., Désseldorf (1); W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart (11); Lever House, New York (1); E. Lieseberg, Hanover (1); Foto Marburg, Marburg/Lahn (81); H. Morscher, St. Gallen (1); Nordisk Pressefoto, Copenhagen (2); R. Piper & Co. (2); Fr. A. Praeger Inc., New York (4); H. Reclam, Stuttgart (1); Rembrandt-Verlag, Berlin (9); roebild, Frankfurt/M. (2); J. Roubier, Paris (1); G. Schaffert, Creglingen (1); H. Schlobach (2); Dr. F. Stoedtner, Désseldorf (12); G. Straicher, Goslar (1); W. Tietze, Brunswick (1); Ullstein, A.G., Berlin, from Propyléen Kunstgeschichte (5); Wehmeyer, Hildesheim (1); H. Wiegandt, Frankfurt/M. (1); L. Windstosser, Stuttgart (1); Prof. Winter, Diessen (1); Dr. P. Wolff & Tritschler, Frankfurt/M. (2); Berlin, Staatl. Museen (3); Brunswick, Kunstverein (1); Brussels World Exhibition 1958 (6); Hamburg, Museum f. Kunst u. Gewerbe (1); Hanover, Kestner-Gesellschaft (1); Cologne, Rheinisches Museum (1); Munich, Bayer. Nat.-Museum (2); Paris, Archives Photogr. des Monuments Historiques (6); Paris, Maeght Editeurs (1); Rome, Archivi Fotogr. Gall. Mus. Vaticani (1); Rome, Deutsches Archéologisches Institut (1); Rome, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia (1); Vienna, Usterr. National-Bibl. (2).

Colour plates: Prints or blocks were supplied by: H. Abrams, Amsterdam (pp. 182, 327); Alinari, Florence (pp. 149, 162); F. Bruckmann KG, Munich (pp. 204 a, 262, 415, 450 from Nolde, Aquarelle und Zeichnungen); Buchheim-Verlag, Feldafing (p. 420); Béchergilde Gutenberg, Zurich (p. 540); Dumont Schauberg, Cologne (pp. 191, 488, 505); Urs Graf-Verlag GrnbH., Lausanne (p.180); Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich (pp. 241, 253, 280, 290, 344, 351, 374, 448); Hirmer Verlag, Munich (p. 115, 116, 121, 122); Hannov. Druck- u. Verlagsgesellschaft mbH., Hanover (pp. 38, 311); Hoffmann &_ Campe, Hamburg (pp. 150, 320); Holbeinverlag, Basle (p. 105 a); Iris-Verlag, Laupen/Berne (pp. 204 b, 228); Woldemar Klein, Baden-Baden (pp. 28, 475, 506); W. Kohlhammer AG, Stuttgart (pp. 59, 242, 287, 487); London, British Museum (p. 106 b); New York Graphic Soc., Greenwich (pp. 27, 362, 461, 472, 474, 504, 522); R. Piper & Co., Munich (p. 252); Die Piperdrucke Verlags-GmbH., Munich (pp. 72, 299, 300, 336, 417, 471); RembrandtVerlag, Berlin (p. 314); J. Roubier, Paris (p. 106 a); Les Editions Skira, Geneva (pp. 216, 227, 240); Thomas-Verlag, Karlsruhe (p. 285).

For their kind permission to use picture material thanks are also due to: Artia-Verlag, Prague, and Verlag W. Dausien, Hanau/M. (p. 240, from Matejcek-Pesina, Gotische Malerei in Béhmen 1350-1450); University of Dublin, Trinity College (p. 180); Galerie Giinther Franke, Munich (pp. 498, 511); Galerie Gurlitt, Munich (p. 385); Frau L. Hofer, Berlin (Ill. 282); Mr. Bernh. Koehler, Berlin (p. 448); New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters (p. 216); New York, Sidney Janis Gall. (p. 512); Stiftung Seebéll Ada und Emil Nolde (p. 450); Oslo Kommunes Kunstsamlinger (p. 440); Mr. Heinrich Reclam, Stuttgart (Ill. 259); Mrs. E. Schérer-v. Witzleben, Seeshaupt (p. 204 a); Mr. Bernh. Sprengel, Hanover (p. 450); Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett (p. 447); Andreas Zettner, Wiirzburg (p. 179); for reproduction rights, S. P. A. D. E. M. Paris and Cosmopress, Geneva pp. 72, 100, 417, 420, 459, 462, 471, 473, 474, 487, 506 and 6 in-text pictures.

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  • Title Page 2
  • Contents 5
  • Art -- Its Nature, Forms and History 7
  • The Art of Antiquity 101
  • Medieval Art 173
  • Baroque and Rococo 318
  • Art in the Modern Age 348
  • From Neo-Classicism to the Impressionists 381
  • Art in the Modern Age 436
  • Art in the Modern Age 465
  • Art outside Europe 516
  • Art outside Europe 550
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  • List of Colour Plates 581
  • Monochrome Illustrations: Museums and Galleries 584
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