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Photo, Print, Drawing Ankäufe des Führers aus der "Grossen Deutschen Kunstausstellung 1939" / "Haus der Deutschen Kunst (Neuer Glaspalast)" Anstalt des Öffentlichen Rechts in München.

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Title

  • Ankäufe des Führers aus der "Grossen Deutschen Kunstausstellung 1939" / "Haus der Deutschen Kunst (Neuer Glaspalast)" Anstalt des Öffentlichen Rechts in München.

Summary

  • Album of reproductions of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture acquired by Adolf Hitler presumably for a proposed museum in Linz, Austria.

Names

  • Haus der Deutschen Kunst (Munich, Germany)
  • Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945, DLC, former owner
  • Third Reich Collection (Library of Congress) DLC

Created / Published

  • [1939]

Headings

  • -  Hitler, Adolf,--1889-1945--Art collections--Pictorial works
  • -  Nazis--Germany--Art collections--Pictorial works
  • -  National socialism and art--Pictorial works
  • -  Art, German--20th century--Catalogs
  • -  Haus der Deutschen Kunst (Munich, Germany)--Exhibitions--Catalogs
  • -  Art, Austrian--20th century--Catalogs

Headings

  • Art reproductions--1930-1940.
  • Photograph albums--1930-1940.
  • Photographic prints--1930-1940.

Genre

  • Photographic prints--1930-1940
  • Photograph albums--1930-1940
  • Art reproductions--1930-1940

Notes

  • -  Includes reproductions of works by Otto Arndts, Hermann Bahrmann, Hans Bastanier, Thomas Baumgartner, Elly Beetz, Claus Bergen, Julius Bergmann, Max Bergmann, Hans Best, Paul Beuttner, Carl Blos, Ludwig Bock, August Böcher, Karl Boehme, Theodor Bohnenberger, Hans Bohrdt, Arnulf de Bouché, Wilhelm Brandenberg, Max Brüning, Arthur Brusenbauch, Hans Bullinger, Josef Burger, Arnold Busch, Fritz Burmann, Carl Cohnen, Edward H. Compton, Waldeman Coste, Wilhelm Dieminghoff, Julius Diez, Ludwig Dill, Wilhelm G. Dohme, Carl von Dombrowski, Günther Dommnich, Emil Donat, Siegfried Dorschel, Alfred Dupré, Elk Eber, Paul Ehrhardt, Otto Engelhardt-Kyffhäuser, Paul Erbe, Erich Erler, Fritz Erler, Roman Feldmeyer, Bruno Flashar, Otto Flechtner, Hans Frank, Joseph Frank, Herbert Garbe, Otto Garten, Wilhelm Gdanietz, Friedrich Georg, Constantin Gerhardinger, Richard Gessner, Hildegard Glade, August Wilhelm Goebel, Otto Goebel, Theodor Gratz, Oskar Graf, Cäcilie Graf-Pfaff, Arthur Griehl, Oswald Grill, Wenz Gröll, Erich Gruner, Georg Günther, Theo Guillery, Fritz Halberg-Krauss, Otto Hamel, Willy Hanft, Walther Hannemann, Max Hartwig, Paul Hauptmann, Hans von Hayek, Otto Heinrich, Walter Hemming, Albert Heinrich, Ernst Henseler, Maria Henseler, Carl Herrmann, Richard Heymann, Sepp Hilz, Otto A. Hirth, Eugen Ludwig Hoess, Alfred Höhn, Willy Imkamp, Angelo Jank, Ulfert Janssen, Julius Paul Junghans, Hermann Junker, Fritz Kaiser, Friedrich Wilhelm Kalb, Peter Kálmán, Arthur Kampf, Adolf Kapfhamer, Anton Karlinsky, Otto Keck, J.W. Keller-Kühne, Richard Klein, Fritz Klimsch, Richard Knecht, Erwin Knirr, Hella Koch-Zeuthen, J.P. Körschgen, Hans Otto Kraus, Felix Kupsch, and Anton Kurmaier.
  • -  Also includes reproductions of works by Georg Lebrecht, Karl Lechner, Karl Lenz, Maximilian Leo, Walther Löberling, Karl O'Lynch von Town, Max Märtens, Hans Jacob Mann, Oskar Martin-Amorbach, Sepp Meindl, Erich Mercker, Julius Mermagen, Karl Miersch, Alfred Milan, Hans Müller-Schnuttenbach, Anton Müller-Wischin, Bernhard Muller, Adolf Nauer, Rudolf Nissl, Leo Nyssen, Paul Oberhoff, Ottmar Obermaier, Albert Otto, Rudolf Otto, Gisbert Palmié, Erich von Perfall, Walter Petersen, Ernst Pfannschmidt, Conrad Pfau, Alfred Pfitzner, Ludwig Platzöder, Bernhard Graf Plettenberg, Max von Poosch-Gablenz, C. Theodor Protzen, Hermann Prüssmann, Erwin Puchinger, Friedrich Reimann, Max Reimer, Fritz Rhein, Erik Richter, Hans Röger, Wilhelm Roegge, Hans Röhm, Fritz Röll, Max Rossmann, Toni Roth, Walter von Ruckteschell, Ivo Saliger, Leonhard Sandrock, Paul Scheurich, Eduard Schloemann, Anton Josef Schmid-Fichtelberg, Bernhard Schmitz, Hans Schmitz-Wiedenbrück, Alfons Schneider, Wilhelm Schnurr, Herbert Schnürpel, Wolf Schorling, Paul Schroeter, Josef Schuster, Raffael Schuster-Woldan, Robert Schwarz, Georg Siebert, Rudolf Sieck, Hans A. Simon-Schäfer, Richard Söhn-Skuwa, Albert Spethmann, Ferdinand Staeger, Rudolf Staudenmaier, Elisabeth Stechele-Maurer, Edmund Steppes, Daniel Stocker, Hanns Stoll, Karl Strathmann, Robert Streit, Bernd Templin, Franz Thiele, Alfred Thielemann, Eduard Thöny, Willy Tiedjen, Heinz Trapp, Gustav Traub, Will Tschech, Otto Vaeltl, Karl Wagner, Josef Wahl, Renz Waller, Karl Walther, Alfred Weczerzick, Karl Weisgerber, Udo Wendel, Wenzl H. Wendlberger, Adolf Wendt, Wilhelm Wilcke, Adolf Wissel, Franz Xaver Wolf, Franz Xaver Wölfle, Max Zaeper, Hermann Zettlitzer, Kurt Zorn and Heinrich von Zügel.
  • -  Prints measure 17 x 12 cm or smaller. With guard sheets and printed captions in German identifying artist, place of activity, title and size of original work and its sale price.
  • -  Cover title.
  • -  Printed catalog of the Haus der Deutschen Kunst exhibit available in N6868.M8 (1939)
  • -  "Duplikat für das Haus der Deutschen Kunst" Cover.
  • -  Has ink stamp on inside front cover: Jaeger & Goergen, Photo Kunst Anstalt, München.
  • -  Gassert & Mattern. Hitler library, 380
  • -  Transfer; Rare Book Division (Hitler Collection); 1973.
  • -  LC copy imperfect: 10 prints torn out and removed.
  • -  LC copy had shelf no. X-d-6.

Medium

  • 1 album (274 photographic prints) ; 36 x 26 cm. (album)

Call Number/Physical Location

  • LOT 11396 (H) [P&P]

Repository

  • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2004676963

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Haus Der Deutschen Kunst, Adolf Hitler, and Third Reich Collection Dlc. Ankäufe des Führers aus der "Grossen Deutschen Kunstausstellung " / "Haus der Deutschen Kunst Neuer Glaspalast" Anstalt des Öffentlichen Rechts in München. Germany, 1939. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2004676963/.

APA citation style:

Haus Der Deutschen Kunst, Hitler, A. & Third Reich Collection Dlc. (1939) Ankäufe des Führers aus der "Grossen Deutschen Kunstausstellung " / "Haus der Deutschen Kunst Neuer Glaspalast" Anstalt des Öffentlichen Rechts in München. Germany, 1939. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2004676963/.

MLA citation style:

Haus Der Deutschen Kunst, Adolf Hitler, and Third Reich Collection Dlc. Ankäufe des Führers aus der "Grossen Deutschen Kunstausstellung " / "Haus der Deutschen Kunst Neuer Glaspalast" Anstalt des Öffentlichen Rechts in München. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2004676963/>.