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Ed. Deutsches Historisches Museum

Short Exhibition Guide: The Luthereffect

Protestantism - 500 Years in the World
In addition to the accompanying book we shall also be publishing a short guide which spotlights the five chapters of the exhibition and presents their most important exhibits: The Reformations of the 16th Century; The Development of a Lutheran State Church in Sweden 1500–1750; The Diversity of Protestantism in the United States 1600–1900; and Encounters and Dialog in Present-Day South Korea and Tanzania.  
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Peter van Ham

Guge – Ages of Gold

The West Tibetan Masterpieces
During the 10th century Buddhism blossomed in the far west of Tibet into unexpected magnificence and greatness. In breathtaking views of temple complexes that are no longer accessible to Western cameras, this volume shows for the first time anywhere in the world the masterly relics of that incomparable era that have survived to the present day, from both the Indian and the Tibetan side of the old Kingdom of Guge.
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Ekaterina Nozhova
Russian engineer Vladimir Shukhov (1853-1939) is known for inventions and engineering challenges that were ahead of his time such as the construction of the first Russian oil-pipeline and the invention of oil-cracking. Shukhovs pioneering structural works, such as hanging roofs and hyperbolic lattice towers, relate to the most cited examples of advanced engineering design from the turn of the 20th century.   
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Ed. Marzia Faietti et al.
In many cultures lines take centre stage in art and science, in writing, drawing and construction. This publication explores the fascination and power of the phenomenon of the line from the point of view of various academic disciplines ranging from the history of art to philosophy and the history of science.
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Niklas Maak

Living Complex

From Zombie City to the New Communal
Approximately one billion units of accommodation will need to be built worldwide over the course of the next twenty years. Houses as we know them today will no longer be economically or ecologically affordable in the future. How, then, should these dwellings look? The author introduces international examples that also stand for a new architectural outlook.
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Ed. Sabine Grabner et al.

Europe in Vienna

The Congress of Vienna 1814/1815
From September 1814 to June 1815, Vienna was the undisputed center of Europe. As the Congress of Vienna convened, the city saw an unprecedented gathering of crowned heads and their ambassadors. Among them were a tsar, an emperor, and no fewer than five kings as the leaders of Europe attempted to remake the continent in the wake of the Napoleonic wars. And while the diplomats worked during the day, in the evening, Viennese society blossomed: there were balls, parties, sleigh rides, receptions, ...
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Peter van Ham

Tabo - Gods of Light

The Indo-Tibetan Masterpiece
Over one thousand years old, the monastery complex of Tabo and its exquisitely preserved works of art provide a wealth of marvellous pictures. The richly illustrated volume reproduces the beauty of these works of art, while the accompanying text presents the most recent research findings.
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Ed. Sven Dupré et al.

Art and Alchemy

The Mystery of Transformation English Edition
This volume presents a comprehensive overview of the relationship between alchemy and art, bringing together key artworks that take alchemy as their inspiration: from the enigmatic paintings of Jan Brueghel the Elder to contemporary works by Anish Kapoor. It includes recent studies by internationally renowned scientists.
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Julian Gardner

The Roman Crucible

The Artistic Patronage of the Papacy 1198 - 1304 Römische Forschungen der Bibliotheca Hertziana, Band 33
This book gathers 13th century art commissioned by Roman popes and cardinals and provides a remarkable insight into the sociology of late medieval artistic practice. It traces how the church's governing body, the Roman Curia, imported art works from Europe to the Latium region and illustrates their enormous impact on Roman culture.
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Ed. K. Kissas et al.

The Corinthia and the Northeast Peloponnese

Athenaia, 4 Topography and History from Prehistoric Times until the End of Antiquity
Im März 2009 veranstaltete in Loutraki die 37. Ephorie für Prähistorische und Klassische Altertümer in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Direktorat für Prähistorische und Klassische Altertümer des griechischen Kulturministeriums und dem Deutschen Archäologischen Institut Athen die internationale Konferenz, deren Titel dieser Band trägt und bei der Ergebnisse von Forschungen vorgestellt wurden, die einerseits von internationalen Forschungsinstituten und in der ...
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Ed. David Knipp

Siculo-Arabic Ivories and Islamic Painting 1100–1300

Römische Studien der Bibliotheca Hertziana, Band 36
The painted ivories of Norman Sicily count among the most original creations known from medieval Palermo. These small, lavishly decorated objects reveal the fascination of the Norman kings for Islamic art and culture. This is the first book to be devoted exclusively to the Sicilian ivories since 1939. The text, drawn from proceedings of an international conference held in Berlin in 2007, contains essays by Marianne Barrucand, Jonathan Bloom, Anthony Cutler, Thomas Dittelbach, Erica ...
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Ed. Elisabeth Kieven et al.

Galleries in a Comparative European Perspective

Galleries in a Comparative European Perspective
21 Beiträge namhafter Experten behandeln die Genese des Raumtyps Galerie und dessen Funktionen ebenso wie literarische und bildliche Galeriedarstellungen. Anhand von Beispielen aus ganz Europa aus dem Zeit­raum 1400 –1800 werden nationale Bau- und Ausstattungstraditionen sowie deren Wechselwirkungen aufgezeigt.
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Ed. Vinzenz Brinkmann et al.

Circumlitio

The Polychromy of Antique and Medieval Sculpture
Scholars around the world are researching the degree to which colour was employed in classical and medieval sculpture. Their numerous activities and projects were most recently presented and debated at an international colloquium held in the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung in Frankfurt. The current contributions of 20 internationally known scholars are brought together in this richly illustrated book in English.
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special edition
Ed. Michael Kühlenthal et al.

Historische Polychromie - Historical Polychromy

Polychrome Sculpture in Germany and Japan
Ein deutsch-japanisches Forschungsprojekt widmete sich der nur noch selten erhaltenen ursprünglichen Farbigkeit von Figurenfassungen und stellt als Ergebnis in diesem Band Skulpturen des Barock und Rokoko der japanischen Skulpturenpolychromie gegenüber.
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Eliana G. Raftopoulou
Der vorliegende Band stellt Kinderskulpturen des 4. bis 1. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. aus dem Nationalmuseum Athen vor. Das bisher meist unpublizierte Material vertritt die attische plastische Tradition der Zeit.
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Die Autorin geht dem Ursprung des archaischen Heiligtums nach. Die enorme Anzahl an Terrakotta-Statuetten läßt auf einen der populärsten Kultplätze des mykenischen Griechenland schließen. Im Vergleich mit anderen Kulturzentren zeigt sich, daß die Gottheit besonders als »Kourothropos«, Amme und Hüterin von Kindern, verehrt wurde.
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Ed. Thomas Zuhr

All the Beauty at Hand

A Brief History of Hirmer Publishers
This attractively designed publication documents the work of Hirmer Verlag during the past 65 years. Since 1948 a total of over 1,100 titles have appeared under this brand name. True to the motto “Art books that set standards,” the publishers have always worked in the service of art, upholding their determination to maintain the very highest quality. A book about those who make books and those who sell them, about book art and art books, about partnership with museums and loyalty ...
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Ed. Hermann Mayer et al.

James Loeb

Collector and Patron in Munich, Murnau and Beyond
James Loeb (1867–1933), the son of a German-Jewish banker in New York, followed his artistic and art historical inclinations and used his tremendous financial wealth for the purpose of cultural and social philanthropism. This publication examines the patron’s life and work and outlines his scholarly achievements.
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Riccardo Naldi

Magnificence of Marble

Bartolomé Ordóñez and Diego de Silóe
Two of the most important Spanish sculptors of the sixteenth century and their work in Naples can be found here together in an opulent art book. During the period between 1513 and 1518, Bartolomé Ordóñez and Diego de Siloé from Burgos in Castile made the southern Italian city blossom into one of the most important European centres of marble sculpture.
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Ed. Maria Santangelo

A Princely Pursuit

The Malcolm D. Gutter Collection of Early Meissen Porcelain
"A Princely Pursuit" highlights more than seventy pieces from the Meissen porcelain collection of Malcolm D. Gutter. Promised to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the collection’s roughly 170 works focus on exemplary early examples from the German manufactory and trace the evolution and experimentation of Meissen wares.
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Oliver Götze et al.

Divine Golden Ingenious

The Golden Ratio as a Theory of Everything?
Does a mystic, divine formula lie behind everything that is beautiful? For centuries the golden mean has been a subject of endless fascination. The ratio of the proportion can be seen in Nature; it runs through artistic design processes and it affects our perception of our surroundings. But how much of this apparent “world formula” is true, and how much of it is myth?
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Ed. Ulrike Gehring et al.

Mapping Spaces

Networks of Knowledge in the Landscape Painting of the 17th Century
In 17th century Europe, art, science and technology were deeply intertwined. Mapping Spaces traces the multifaceted relationship between the disciplines. For this groundbreaking interdisciplinary research project, more than 40 renowned scholars have examined the influence of scientific thought on Dutch landscape art around 1650.
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