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German Art: Degenerate Art, Julleuchter, Carolingian Art, Biedermeier, Neue Galerie New York, Andachtsbilder, Banderia Prutenorum Books LLC

German Art: Degenerate Art, Julleuchter, Carolingian Art, Biedermeier, Neue Galerie New York, Andachtsbilder, Banderia Prutenorum

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Published September 6th 2011
ISBN : 9781157488989
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44 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Degenerate art, Julleuchter, Carolingian art, Biedermeier, Neue Galerie New York, Andachtsbilder,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Degenerate art, Julleuchter, Carolingian art, Biedermeier, Neue Galerie New York, Andachtsbilder, Banderia Prutenorum, Villa Romana prize, Allach, Literaturwurst, Stalingrad Madonna, German art just before the Third Reich, Nazarene movement, November Group, Time pyramid, Ottonian art, Lord Jim Lodge, Transmediale, Jedermann sein eigner Fussball, Badeschiff, Ausland, Scherenschnitte, Bundeskunstsammlung, Zen 49, Plakatstil, Friede sei mit Dir, Kunstgewerbeschule, Jugend, Kunststiftung NRW, Hausmalerei. Excerpt: German art has a long and distinguished tradition in the visual arts, from the earliest known work of figurative art to its current output of contemporary art. Germany has only been united into a single state since the 19th century, and defining its borders has been a notoriously difficult and painful process. For earlier periods German art often effectively includes that produced in German-speaking regions including Austria, Alsace and much of Switzerland, as well as largely German-speaking cities or regions to the east of the modern German borders. Venus of Hohle Fels, 35,000 to 40,000 BP, the oldest known figurative work of art (true height 6 cm (2.4 in)).The area of modern Germany is rich in finds of prehistoric art, including the Venus of Hohle Fels. This appears to be the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative sculpture of the human form in general, from over 35,000 years BP, which was only discovered in 2008- the better-known Venus of Willendorf (24-22,000 BP) comes from a little way over the Austrian border. The spectacular finds of Bronze Age golden hats are centred on Germany, as was the central form of Urnfield culture, and Hallstatt culture. In the Iron Age the Celtic La T ne culture centred on Western Germany and Eastern France, and Germany has produced many major fi...