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The Berlin Secession

Modernism and Its Enemies in Imperial Germany

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674183575

Publication Date: 10/20/1980

269 pages


Belknap Press


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  • Introduction
  • Environment and Origins
    • 1. State and Art in Imperial Berlin
    • 2. German Secessions and the Eleven
  • The Berlin Secession
    • 3. The Beginnings of the Secession
    • 4. German Impressionism and the Conflict over Art at Saint Louis
    • 5. The Secession as a National Force
    • 6. Toward Expressionism
    • 7. Der Bildermann
  • A Note on Sources
  • Manuscripts, Books, and Periodicals Cited
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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