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Artist Mobility

T. Schloepke, Atelier in der Rue Lafayette 1856
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Direction:

Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy 

About the Project

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Research Projects

Roma Lusitana e Roma Spagnola

The project focuses on two countries, Spain and Portugal, and how they envisaged their relations with Rome during the “Primo Settecento”. more to: Roma Lusitana e Roma Spagnola

Johann David Passavant. His early letters in Paris and Rom.

Letters written by and sent to the painter, art critique and writer Johann David Passavant (1787-1861) in his youth from Switzerland, Paris and Italy, are being transliterated and commented in a scholarly edition. more to: Johann David Passavant. His early letters in Paris and Rom.

Artist Mobility in Central and Eastern Europe

The project focuses on the exploration of artists mobility in Central and Eastern Europe between 1500 and 1900. It is used for networking and exchange between young scientists and experts in this field. more to: Artist Mobility in Central and Eastern Europe

ArtTransForm

ArtTransForm investigates the forms and consequences of the mobility of young painters between France and Germany in the years 1793 to 1870, encouraging us to revise traditional notions of separate national histories of art. more to: ArtTransForm

Artistic Wanderers: The Migration of Artists in Times of Revolution and War, 1789-1815

The project examines the migration of artists in times of revolution and war. The focus of interest here are the causes, structures and consequences of artists of various nationalities migrating between 1789 and 1815. more to: Artistic Wanderers: The Migration of Artists in Times of Revolution and War, 1789-1815

Art History for Artists

In which ways were the art historical discourses produced in art academies affected by the proximity to art practice? This project studies art historical and other theoretical courses offered in art academies during the 19th century. more to: Art History for Artists

Dissertations

Dissertations in Progress
Author
Topic
Advisor(s)
Stéphanie Baumewerd
Künstlerausbildung als grenzüberschreitendes Phänomen. Die Beobachtung, Aneignung und Transformation französischer Lehrmodelle im deutschsprachigen Raum 1793-1870 more
Bénédicte Savoy
Florian Dölle
Paris und Versailles in Skizzenbüchern reisender Architekten um 1700 more
Hendrik Ziegler, Bénédicte Savoy
Lisa Hackmann
Die Rezeption Paul Delaroches in Deutschland more
Bénédicte Savoy
Pay Matthis Karstens
Die Papierarbeiten Eugen Schönebecks more
Bénédicte Savoy
Sarah Salomon
Adaption, Konkurrenz, Opposition: Künstlerisches Leben in Frankreich jenseits der „Académie Royale de peinture et de sculpture“ im Spannungsfeld der absolutistischen Kunstpolitik (1648-1789) more
Bénédicte Savoy
Karolina Stefanski
Adaption und Transformation des ersten französischen Empirestils im mittel- und osteuropäischen Silber des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts more
Bénédicte Savoy
Nina Struckmeyer
Von Faszination und Abneigung. Das Lehratelier Jacques-Louis Davids und seine deutschen Schüler more
Bénédicte Savoy
Completed Dissertations
Author
Topic
Advisor(s)
Eva Knels
Die «Salons des artistes vivants» im Premier Empire und ihre europäische Rezeption
Bénédicte Savoy, Barthélémy Jobert
Tobias Locker
Möbel für den König: Die Arbeiten Johann Melchior Kamblys für den Hof Friedrichs II. von Preußen
Bénédicte Savoy

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