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Spirit of an Age: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin

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"Berlin was one of the last European capitals to become a great city, transforming itself from a barracks town to a centre of art, industry and empire in a century of extraordinarily rapid development. The Nationalgalerie in Berlin, opened in 1876, uniquely mirrors developments in nineteenth-century art both there and elsewhere in Germany. Its representative holdings inclu ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published May 11th 2001 by National Gallery London
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A beautiful book of works I had been unfamiliar with. It was something of a revelation to realize that the Germans were painting Pre-Raphaelite works and Impressionist works long before the Pre-Raphaelites and Impressionists.
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