Burckhardt


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Burckhardt

(German ˈbʊrkhart)
n
(Biography) Jacob Christoph. 1818–97, Swiss art and cultural historian; author of The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy (1860)
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Burckhardt was born in 1784; he grew up in a wealthy and influential family in the canton of Basel.
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Unknown to the modern Western world until 1812, when rediscovered by Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, Petra can now be rediscovered by readers of this prose lyric and enjoyed in verbal delights.
In his own time, Burckhardt watched the industrial revolution and spread of democracy with an acute awareness of what was being lost, as well as insight into the dangers that lay ahead.
A gallery on the far side of the hall -- unceremoniously separating exhibits 20 and 21 -- houses Gisinger's three-minute slideshow "Jacob Burckhardt, Alterhumer (antiquity)" 2012.
Desde finales del siglo pasado, la obra del historiador suizo de la cultura y del arte Jacob Burckhardt (1818-1897) ha sido objeto de un renovado interes.
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Loriga retrata ainda o pensamento do historiador da arte, Jacob Burckhardt (1818-1897).
After introducing the state of both visual culture and historicism at the time, she covers Leopold von Ranke and the panorama, Jacob Burckhardt and photography, illustrating history books, and historical cartography.