Johann Joachim Winckelmann


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Noun1.Johann Joachim Winckelmann - German archaeologist and art historian said to be the father of archaeology (1717-1768)Johann Joachim Winckelmann - German archaeologist and art historian said to be the father of archaeology (1717-1768)
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But it was his contemporary, the German scholar Johann Joachim Winckelmann, who established that these vases were Greek, rather than Etruscan or Roman, and brought to Italy by trade and conquest.
In the Neue Galerie's staging of this genealogy, we encounter art historian Johann Joachim Winckelmann, the creator of the cult of Greek beauty, reclining in his Arcadia, and we come across a kitschy rendering of the Parthenon that was shown in a legendary National Socialist exhibition in the early 1940s.
A terrivel serpente marinha, enviada por Poseidon para punir o sacerdote troiano capaz de prever o artificio micenico que permitiria vencer a guerra contra Ilion, Troia, e retratada num momento decisivo--que Johann Joachim Winckelmann (1717-68) denominou <<momento propicio>> (Winckelmann, 1975, p.
The art historian Johann Joachim Winckelmann set the terms and the tone of this admiration.
In the first lecture, "Nur aus dem fernsten kommt die Erneuerung," Mommsen uses the disparate examples of Plato, Martin Luther, Johann Joachim Winckelmann, Johann Gottfried Herder and particularly Goethe to stress the importance of cross-cultural exchanges.
El nacimiento de la historia del arte, para muchos -por lo menos en su sentido moderno-, data de 1764, ano de la publicacion de Historia del arte de la antiguedad, escrito por el arqueologo e historiador aleman Johann Joachim Winckelmann. En terminos metodologicos y narrativos, este texto trazo los derroteros de una manera especifica de pensar los acontecimientos del arte: la historizacion de hechos y la jerarquizacion de momentos, autores, hallazgos tecnicos y formales.
The interest in ancient art was sparked by the discovery of the Roman cities of Herculaneum (1738) and Pompeii (1748) and by the writings of the German scholar Johann Joachim Winckelmann. In painting, classical themes were revived dramatically by the Frenchman Jean Louis David, whose painting Oath of the Horatii created a sensation in Rome and Paris.
He remarked that the Etruscan attribution was first made by 18th-century German art historian Johann Joachim Winckelmann on the basis of how the wolf's fur was represented.
Letter and Report on the Discoveries at Herculaneum by Johann Joachim Winckelmann; Introduction, translation, and commentary.