Entries tagged with "Konstanz, Germany"

Early exponent of the Baroque as an area of study in art history. Dohme was among the first group of art historians to consider the Baroque an area worthy of art historical study, including Cornelius Gurlitt, Heinrich Wölfflin, Albert Brinckmann, August Schmarsow, Aloïs Riegl, and Adolf Feulner.

Director of the Art Academy in Berlin and Assistant Director of the National Gallery (under Ludwig Justi). During his time as a student at Heidelberg, his colleagues included Rosa Schapire, Edwin Redslob, Emil Waldmann, Ernst Kühnel. As director of the Städische Museum in Erfurt, Kaesbach hired the young art historian Werner Noack as his assistant.

In the early 1890's Pecht and Moritz Carrière were the subject of a newspaper attack by the young Richard Muther in the Münchner Neuesten Nachrichten for being provincial.