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Agnes Husslein-Arco; Sabine Grabner
On the occasion of the exhibition "Orient & Occident", held at Belvedere, Vienna, June 29 - October 14, 2012.
|Description:||263 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm|
|Contents:||Orient and Occident: by way of an introduction / Sabine Grabner --
Manifold images of the Orient: Austrian travelers in the Orient and their accounts from the first half of the nineteenth century / Thomas Schmuck --
The Orient as a subject in pictorial art: Leopold Carl Müller and Austrian orientalist painting after 1870 / Erika Oehring --
Images of ancient and modern Egypt in nineteenth century art / Ernst Czerny --
"In foreign parts": perceptions of the Orient in nineteenth century Austrian travel writing / Walter Sauer --
The Orient on the doorstep: Austrian artists in Hungary / Orsolya Hessky --
Dalmatia in the Kronprinzenwerk: the Orient within reach / Alexander Klee --
Austrian painters abroad in South Asia, the Far East and on the world's oceans / Sabine Grabner --
Images from the New World: Austrian artists in America / Katherina Lovecky --
In Terra Australis: Austrian artists in Australia / Werner Sommer --
"He lost his soul to the everlasting death of the unconquered North Pole": Julius Payer, polar explorer and polar artist / Nikolaus Keusch.
|Other Titles:||Orient & Okzident.
Orient and Occident
|Responsibility:||edited by Agnes Husslein-Arco and Sabine Grabner ; [translation German-English: Tim Juckes, Sophie Kidd, John Nicholson].|
"During the 19th century, Austrian painters were drawn to faraway countries for their inspiration. Initially, they documented scenes and motifs. Later, the visual allure of foreign places, the transformation of landscapes and buildings by sunlight, the depiction of heat and the exotic surroundings also began to find expression in their paintings and drawings. One of the most important Austrian painters to visit the Orient was Leopold Carl Müller, who produced many market scenes and figures over the course of nine winters in Egypt. Other Austrian painters, such as Alois Schonn, Alphons Mielich and Bernhard Fiedler, also travelled to the Orient, and Rudolf Swoboda and Hermann von Königsbrunn even reached India and Ceylon. August von Pettenkofen, Otto von Thoren and Johann Gualbert Raffalt looked for inspiration closer to home, in neighboring Hungary. This publication brings together the impressions of these artists of Hungary, the Balkan, Greece and Constantinople, Egypt and the Holy Land, as well as India, Ceylon and the Indian Ocean."--Publisher's website.
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- Österreichische Galerie Belvedere -- Exhibitions.
- Painting, Austrian -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.
- Painters -- Austria -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.
- Painters -- Travel -- Orient -- Exhibitions.
- Painters -- Travel -- Western countries -- Exhibitions.
- Travel in art -- Exhibitions.
- East and West in art -- Exhibitions.
- East and West in literature -- Exhibitions.
- Österreichische Galerie Belvedere.
- East and West in art.
- East and West in literature.
- Painters -- Travel.
- Painting, Austrian.
- Travel in art.
- Asia -- Orient.
- Western countries.