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Published by University of Nevada in [Reno, Nev.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Furtwängler, Adolf, -- 1853-1907.

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Edition Notes

SeriesUniversity of Nevada studies -- v. 1, no. 2
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAS36 .N.32 vol. 1. no. 2
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 61-66
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22926294M

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  Adolf Furtwängler () was a prominent German archaeologist and art historian specialising in classical art. He was appointed assistant Director of the Königliche Museen zu Berlin in , a position he held until when he was appointed professor of Classical Archaeology in Munich. He is best known for developing the Kopienkritik approach to studying Roman sculpture, . Buy Adolf Furtwängler, artist, archaeologist, professor, by James Edward Church (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Edward Church. FURTWÄNGLER, ADOLF (–), German archaeologist, was born at Freiburg im Breisgau, and was educated there, at Leipzig and at Munich, where he was a pupil of H. Brunn, whose comparative method in art-criticism he much developed. He took part in the excavations at Olympia in , became an assistant in the Berlin Museum in , and professor at Berlin () and later at Munich.   On J , German archaeologist and historian Adolf Furtwängler was born. He revolutionized archeological science with his use of photography for use of photography in research supplanted the use of drawings because a camera gives objective reproduction with more accuracy, which enabled fragments to be scrutinized, even when they were miles apart.

Professor of classical archaeology and museum director; established modern methods of ancient Greek vase analysis. Furtwängler's father was a classical scholar and schoolmaster. From onward, Furtwängler studied at Leipzig, under Johannes Overbeck and Freiburg where he received his undergraduate degree. His dissertation, Eros in der Vasenmalerei, was written in   Ringer’s book describes the exact social, cultural, and intellectual milieu in which Furtwängler was raised, lived and worked. His father, a noted archeologist and authority on classical Greek pottery and artifacts, was a member of precisely the academic community who’s thought Ringer analyzes—the “mandarins” of the title.   FURTWÄNGLER, Adolf, German archæologist: b. Freiburg, ; d. He received his education at Freiburg, Leipzig and Munich; took part in the excavations at Olympia in , and in was made professor of archæology at the University of . Adolf Furtwängler. Gedächtnisrede gehalten in der öffentlichen sitzung der K. Akademie der wissenschaften am november by Paul Wolters (Book) Adolf Furtwängler der Archäologe (Book) Adolf Furtwängler, artist, archaeologist, professor, Freiburg, Baden, J Athens, Greece, Octo by James Edward Church ().

  Adolf Furtwängler, (born J , Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden [Germany]—died Oct. 10, , Athens, Greece), German archaeologist whose catalogs of ancient Greek sculpture, vase painting, and gems brought thousands of art works into historical order.. In –79 Furtwängler took part in the German excavation of Olympia, site of the ancient Greek games. Classical archaeologist; one of the first to identify the critical turn in ancient Greek art from the archaic to the classical age as taking place around B.C. Buschor was born into a family of modest means and education. He initially studied law but by had switched to classical archaeology, attending the university at Munich and studying under Adolf Furtwängler. Wilhelm Furtwängler was born in Berlin, in , into a prominent family. His father Adolf was an archaeologist, his mother a painter and his brother, Philipp, a mathematician. Most of his childhood was spent in Munich, where his father taught at the university. Adolf Furtwängler (J - Octo ) was a famous German archaeologist, teacher, art historian and museum director. He was the father of the conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler and grandfather of the German archaeologist Andreas Furtwängler.