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The influence of the Vienna School of Art History on Soviet and post-Soviet historiography: Bruegel’s case
Authors: Stefaniia Demchuk
Published: 2020
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 23, Pp 23-SD1 (2020)


Oldřich Stefan’s amplification of the Vienna School of Art History
Authors: Tomáš Murár
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 21, Pp 21-TM1 (2019)


Josip Mantuani, First Slovenian student at the Vienna School of Art History and his long obscurity within Slovenian art historiography
Authors: Katja Mahnič
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 21, Pp 21-KM1 (2019)


The place of the Vienna school of art history in Polish art historiography of the interwar period
Authors: Wojciech Bałus
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 21, Pp 21-WB1 (2019)


Baroque Art in Croatia and the Vienna School of Art History
Authors: Dubravka Botica
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 21, Pp 21-DB1 (2019)


‘Im Chaos wandeln’: The Vienna School of Art History and the First World War
Authors: Georg Vasold; Translated by Deborah Holmes
Published: 2013
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Austrian Studies. 21:163-181


‘Scholarship and Empire’: Matthew Rampley, The Vienna School of Art History: Empire and the Politics of Scholarship, 1847-1918, University Park: Penn State Press, 2013
Authors: Margaret Olin
Published: 2014
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Vol 11, Pp 11-MO1 (2014)


In search of value: Vienna School of Art History, Austrian value theory and the others
Authors: Svoboda, Frantisek
Published: 2011
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: In Journal of Socio-Economics 2011 40(4):428-435


'Im Chaos wandeln': The Vienna School of Art History and the First World War.
Authors: VASOLD, GEORG
Published: 2013
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Austrian Studies; 2013, Vol. 21, p163-181, 19p


Wien oder Salzburg?’: late Sedlmayr as a symptom and cure
Authors: Stepan Vaneyan
Published: 2021
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 24, Pp 24-SV1 (2021)


Continuity and discontinuity in the Czech legacy of the Vienna School of Art History
Authors: Milena Bartlová
Published: 2013
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Vol 8, Pp 8-MF/1 (2013)


Fritz Novotny and the new Vienna school of art history – an ambiguous relation
Authors: Agnes Blaha
Published: 2009
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Vol 1, Pp 1-AB/1 (2009)


The Vienna School of Art History and (Viennese) Modern Architecture
Authors: Jindřich Vybíral
Published: 2009
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Vol 1, Pp 1-JV/1 (2009)


The influence of the Vienna School of Art History on Soviet and post-Soviet historiography: Bruegel's case.
Authors: Demchuk, Stefaniia
Published: 2020
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography; Dec2020, Issue 23, p1-19, 19p


Viennese art, ugliness, and the Vienna school of art history: the vicissitudes of theory and practice
Authors: Kathryn Simpson
Published: 2010
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Vol 3, Pp 3-KS/1 (2010)


Conference report on: 'The influence of the Vienna School of Art History before and after 1918'.
Authors: Kubík, Petr; Murár, Tomáš
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography; Dec2019, Issue 21, p1-6, 6p


The Tolnay–Panofsky affair or, loyalty to the youth: Max Dvořák, the Vienna School, and the Sunday Circle
Authors: Csilla Markója; Kata Balázs
Published: 2020
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography, Iss 23, Pp 23-MB1 (2020)


Oldřich Stefan's amplification of the Vienna School of Art History.
Authors: Murár, Tomáš
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography; Dec2019, Issue 21, p1-37, 37p


Josip Mantuani, First Slovenian student at the Vienna School of Art History and his long obscurity within Slovenian art historiography.
Authors: Mahnič, Katja
Published: 2019
Resource Type: Academic Journal
Source: Journal of Art Historiography; Dec2019, Issue 21, p1-15, 15p