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Alfred Woltmann and the Holbein dispute, 1863-1871
Résumé Describes the art historian Alfred Woltmann's relationship to the dispute involving Hans Holbein the Younger's Meyer Madonna (Darmstadt, Schlossmuseum, 1526-1528/1529) and a painting in the Dresden Gemaldegalerie now determined to be a copy after the Holbein by Bartolomaus Sarburgh. Discusses the work of the restorer Andreas Eigner and the connoisseur Ralph Nicholson Wornum in relation to the dispute.
   
Mots-clés Allemagne-, Attribution-, Controverse-, Copie-, Darmstadt, -DEU, -Schlossmuseum, Dresden, -DEU, -Gemaldegalerie-Alte-Meister, Eigner, -Andreas, -1801-1870, Grande-Bretagne, Historiens-de-l'-art, Holbein, -Hans, -le-Jeune, -v1497-1543, Iconographie-, Iconographie
   
Citation Griener, P. (2001). Alfred Woltmann and the Holbein dispute, 1863-1871. In M. Roskill, & J. O. Hand (Eds.) Hans Holbein. Paintings, Prints and Reception.. (pp. 210-225). New Haven: Yale University.
   
Type Chapitre de livre (Français)
Année 2001
Editeur Mark Roskill, John Oliver Hand
Titre du livre Hans Holbein. Paintings, Prints and Reception.
Editeur commercial Yale University (New Haven)
Pages 210-225
Titre de la collection Hans Holbein. Paintings, Prints and Reception.