Tischbein und die Kunst des ‚Goldenen Zeitalters'
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Rehm, Stefanie: Tischbein und die Kunst des ‚Goldenen Zeitalters': Rezeptionsgeschichte(n) um 1800, Heidelberg: arthistoricum.net, 2020. https://doi.org/10.11588/arthistoricum.619

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Stefanie Rehm

Tischbein und die Kunst des ‚Goldenen Zeitalters'

Rezeptionsgeschichte(n) um 1800

The art of the 'Golden Age' of the Netherlands is often in the focus of art history, but rarely in Germany around 1800. This study remedies this deficit using the example of the 'Goethe-Tischbein's' trip to the Netherlands and thereby gains new insights into aspects such as pictorial knowledge, dissemination and reception of 17th-century Dutch art. Relationships and exchange between artists and experts, agents and collectors are examined as well as the innovative role of Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein: As a reliable eyewitness and skilled networker, he is way ahead of his time.

Stefanie Rehm studied art history and cultural anthropology in Hamburg and Tübingen and did her doctorate at the University of Kassel. In recent years she worked in the department of art history and aesthetics at the Kunsthochschule Kassel and the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister of the Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel. Her research focuses on early modern Dutch art and cultural history, reception history, collection history and the artist family Tischbein.

Bildwissen – Aneignung von Wissen über niederländische Künstler
Verbreitung – Netzwerke der Kenner und Sammler niederländischer Kunst
Rezeption – Wertschätzung der niederländischen Malerei in Deutschland