NINETEENTH CENTURY

General

Anderson, J., ‘The Political Power of Connoisseurship in Nineteenth-Century Europe,’ Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen, 1996, Kolloquium zum Isosten Geburtstag con Wilhelm von Bode.

Hodgkinson, C., A Question of Attribution: Art Connoisseurship in the Nineteenth Century, 2014.

Larson, H., An Infinity of Things: How Sir Henry Wellcome Collected the World, Oxford, 2009.

Law, J. F, & L. Ostermark-Johnson, Edwardian Responses to the Italian Renaissance, Oxford, 2005.

Saisselin, R. G., Bricabracomania. The Bourgeois and the Bibelot, 1985.

Savoy, B., Le Patrimoine Annexé: les saisies de biens culturels pratiquées par la France en Allemagne autour de 1800, Paris, 2003.

Savoy, B., Meyer, A., (eds.), The Museum is Open: Towards a Transnational History of Museums 1750-1914, Berlin, 2012.

Swenson, A., The Rise of Heritage: Preserving the Past in France, Germany and England, 1789-1914, Cambridge, 2013.

 


Britain

Agnews, G., Agnew’s 1817-1967, London, 1967.

Aldrich, M., ‘A Setting for Boulle Furniture: The Duke of Wellington’s Gallery at Stratfield Saye,’ Apollo, vol. 147, no. 436, June 1998.

Auerbach, J., The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Nation on Display, London, 1999.

Avery-Quash, S. and J. Sheldon, Art for the Nation: The Eastlakes and the Victorian Art World, New Haven, 2011.

Avery-Quash, S., The Travel Notebooks of Charles Eastlake, London, 2011.

Baker, A., ‘Connoisseurs at Christ Church: Morelli, Fry and Berenson,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 13, no. 2, 2001.

Barlow, P. and C. Trodd (eds.), Governing Cultures. Art Institutions in Victorian London, Farnham, 2001.

De Bellaigue, G. and P. Kirkham, ‘George IV and the Furnishing of Windsor Castle,’ Furniture History, vol. 8, 1972.

De Bellaigue, G., The James A. de Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor. Furniture, Clocks and Gilt Bronzes, 1-3, London, 1974.

De Bellaigue, G., ‘George IV and French Furniture’, The Connoisseur, vol. 195, June 1977.

De Bellaigue, G., ‘Edward Holmes Baldock’, The Connoisseur, Part 1, CLXXXIX, vol. 762, August 1975;  Part 2, Ibid, CXV, No 763.

Bonython, E., King Cole: A Picture Portrait of Sir Henry Cole, London, 1982.

Bonython, E. and A. Burton, The Great Exhibitor: The Life and Works of Henry Cole, London, 2003.

Bonython, E. and A. Burton, ‘The Great Exhibitor’ [spoof interview with Henry Cole], V&A Magazine, January-April 2003.

Bremer David, C., ‘Tapestries in the Wernher Collection,’ Apollo, vol. 155, no. 483, May 2002.

Brigstocke, H., William Buchanan and the 19th century Art Trade: 100 Letters to his Agents in London and Italy, London, 1982.

Britton, J., Graphical and Literary Illustrations of Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire; with Heraldical and Genealogical Notes, London, 1823.

Bryant, J. Art and Design for All: the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2012.

Bryant, J., ‘The Wernher Collection at Ranger’s House. The New Home for Britain’s Gilded Age Treasury,’ Apollo, vol.155, no. 484, May 2002.

Burger, W., Trésors d’Art Exposés à Manchester en 1857 et Provenant des Collections Royales, Publiques et Particulières de Grande Bretagne, Paris, 1857.

Burton, A., The development of museums in Victorian Britain and the contribution of the Society of Arts, London, 2010.

Burton, A., Vision and Accident. The Story of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1999.

Burton, A., ‘The Uses of the South Kensington Art Collections,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 14, no. 1, 2002.

Byng Hall, H., The Bric-à-Brac Hunter, London, 1875.

Carlton House; the past Glories of George IV’s Palace, Queen’s Gallery Exhibition Catalogue, London, 1991.

Camplin, J., The Rise of the Plutocrats. Wealth and Power in Edwardian England, 1978.

Cannadine, D., ‘Aristocratic Indebtness in the Nineteenth-Century: the Case Re-opened,’ Economic History Review, vol. 30, no. 4, 1977.

Cannadine, D., The Pleasures of the Past, New York, 1989.

Cannadine, D., The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy, London, 1996.

Carey, J., ‘Des Chefs-d’Oeuvres Discrets: la Collection de Dessins à Waddesdon Manor’, L’Objet d’Art, vol. 14, October 2004.

Casteras, S. and R. Parkinson, Richard Redgrave 1804-1888, New Haven and London, 1988.

Casteras, S. P. and C. Denney (eds.), The Grosvenor Gallery, A Palace of Art in Victorian England, New Haven and London, 1996.

Catalogue Raisonné des Produits de la France à l’Exposition Universelle de Londres Rédigé sur des Documents Authentiques, Paris, 1851.

Catalogue of Specimens of Cabinet Work Exhibited at Gore House Kensington, London, 1853.

Chun, D., ‘Public Display, Private Glory. Sir John Fleming Leicester’s Gallery of British Art in Early Nineteenth-Century England,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol.13, no. 2, 2001.

Coutts, H., ‘Josephine Bowes and the Craze for Collecting Ceramics in the 19th Century,’ International Ceramics Fair Handbook, London, 1992.

Culme, J., ‘Kensington Lewis: A Nineteenth-Century Businessman,’ Connoisseur, vol. CXV, no. 763, 1975.

Darley, G., John Soane. An Accidental Romantic, New Haven, 1999.

Davies, H., ‘John Charles Robinson’s Work at the South Kensington Museum, Part II. From 1863 to 1867: Consolidation and Conflict,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 22, no. 1, 1999.

Davis, F., Victorian Patrons of the Arts, London, 1998.

Davis, C., Descriptions of the Works of Art Forming the Collection of Alfred de Rothschild. London, 1884.

Dowling, L., The Vulgarization of Art. The Victorians and Aesthetic Democracy, Virginia, 1996.

Dulwich Picture Gallery Exh. Cat., Soane and After: The Architecture of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 1987.

Dyson, A, Pictures to Print: The 19thc Engraving Trade, London, 1984.

Eatwell,A., ‘The collectors or fine arts club,’ Decorative Arts Society Journal, 1994.

Eatwell, A., ‘Borrowing from Collectors the role of the loan in the formation of the Victoria and Albert Museum,’ Decorative Arts Society Journal, 2000.

Fletcher, P., ‘Creating the French Gallery: Ernest Gambart and the Rise of the Commercial Art Gallery in Mid-Victorian London,’ in Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide vol.6, no. 1, 2007.

Fletcher, P. and A. Helmreich, The Rise of the Modern Art Market in London, 1850-1939, Manchester, New York, 2011.

Freyberger, R., ‘Eighteenth-century French Furniture from Hamilton Palace,’ Apollo, vol. 114, no. 238, December 1987.

Fullerton, P., ‘Patronage and Pedagogy: the British Institution in the Early Nineteenth Century,’ Art History. Journal of the Association of Art Historians, vol. 5, no. 1, March 1982.

Gere, C. and C. Sargentson, ‘The making of the South Kensington Museum: Curators, Dealers and Collectors at home and abroad,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 14, 2002.

Girouard, M., The Victorian Country House, New Haven, 1979.

Gould, C., Trophy of Conquest: The Musée Napoleon and the Creation of the Louvre, London, 1965.

Greenhalgh, P., Ephemeral Vistas. The Expositions Universelles, Great Exhibitions and World’s Fairs, 1851-1939, Manchester, 1988.

Greaves, M. G., Regency patron: Sir George Beaumont, London, 1966.

Guest, R. and A.V. John, Lady Charlotte Guest, London, 2007.

Hall, M., Waddesdon Manor: the Heritage of a Rothschild House, New York, 2012.

Hirst, M., ‘Les Décors Dix-Neuvième à Waddesdon Manor,’ L’Objet d’Art, 14, October 2004.

Hobhouse, H., Prince Albert his Life and Work, London, 1983.

Holmes, C.J., Pictures and Picture collecting, London, 1903

Hoock, H., Empires of the Imagination: Politics, Wars and the Arts in Britain, 1750-1850, London, 2010.

Hughes, P., ‘Replicas of French Furniture Made for the Fourth Marquess of Hertford,’ Antologia di Belle Arti, 31-32, 1987.

Hughes, P., The Founders of the Wallace Collection, London, 1992.

Jameson, A., Companion to the Most Celebrated Private Galleries of Art in London, London, 1844

Jasanof, M., Edge of Empire: Conquest and Collecting in the East, 1750-1820, London, 2005.

Kane, S., ‘Turning Bibelots into Museum Pieces: Josephine Coffin-Chevallier and the Creation of the Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle,’ Journal of Design History, 9, 1, 1996.

Ingamells., J. (ed.), The Hertford-Mawson Letters, London, 1981.

Ingamells, J., The Hertford Mawson Letters. The 4th Marquess of Hertford to his Agent Samuel Mawson, London, 1981.

Ingamells, J., The Third Marquess of Hertford as a Collector, London, 1983.

Jackson-Stops, G., ‘Living with the Louis,’ Country Life, London, 1 October 1992.

Joy, E.T., ‘John Coleman Isaac: An early Nineteenth-Century Antique Dealer,’ Connoisseur, vol. CLI, 1962.

Lasic, B., ‘A Display of Opulence. Alfred de Rothschild and the Visual Recording of Halton House,’ Furniture History, vol. 40, 2004.

Lasic, B., ‘Museums and Galleries in nineteenth-century Britain,’ G. Brandwood (ed.), Living, Leisure and Law: Eight Building Types in England, 1800-1914, Reading, 2010.

Lasic B, ‘Splendid Patriotism: Richard Wallace and the Construction of the Wallace Collection,’ Journal of the History of Collections vol. 21,no. 2, November 2009.

Lasic , B., ‘Going East: the Hertford-Wallace Collection at Bethnal Green, 1872-1875,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 26, no. 2, 2014.

Lennox Boyd, E., ‘George Watson Taylor,’ Gerstenfield Collection, London, 1998.

Mallett, D., The Greatest Collector: Lord Hertford and the Founding of the Wallace Collection, London, 1979.

Mandler, P., The Fall and Rise of the Stately Home, New Haven, 1997.

Martin, G., ‘The Founding of the National Gallery,’ a series of 9 articles in The Connoisseur, April-December 1974.

Mathesius, S., Gambart, Prince of the Victorian Art World, London, 1975.

Merrill, L., The Peacock Room: A Cultural Biography, New Haven, London, 1998

Mordaunt Crook, J., The Rise of the Nouveaux Riches. Style and Status in Victorian and Edwardian Architecture, London, 1999.

Murray, P., The Dulwich Picture Gallery: A Catalogue, London, 1980.

Muthesius, S., ‘Why Do We Buy Old Furniture? Aspects of the Antique Trade in Britain, 1870-1910,’ Art History, Journal of the Association of Art History, Oxford, 1988.

O’Byrne, R., Hugh Lane, 1875-1915, Dublin, 2000.

Ostergard, D. (ed.), William Beckford: An Eye for the Magnificent, New Haven and London, 2001.

Owen, F., Noble and Patriotic, the Beaumont Gift, Washington D.C., 1988.

Owen, F. and D. Blayney Brown, Sir George Beaumont, A Collector of Genius, New Haven, 1988.

Parissien, S., George IV. The Grand Entertainment,  London, 2001.

Pergam, E., The Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition of 1857: entrepreneurs, connoisseurs, and the public, Oxford, 2011.

Petri, G., Arrangement in Business: The Art Markets and the Career of James McNeill Whistler, Hildesheim, Zurich, New York, 2011.

Purbrik, L. (ed.), The Great Exhibition of 1851: new interdisciplinary essays, London, 2001.

Rees Leahy, H. (ed.), Art, City, Spectacle: the 1857 Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition revisited, Manchester, 2009.

Richards T., The Commodity Culture of Victorian England, Stanford, 1990.

Robertson, D., Sir Charles Eastlake and the Victorian Art World, Princeton, 1978.

Rutter, J., Delineations of Fonthill and its Abbey, London, 1823.

Sachko Macleod, D., Art and the Victorian Middle Class. Money and the Making of Cultural Identity, Cambridge, 1996.

Savill, R., ‘Sèvres Porcelain in the Wernher Collection,’ Apollo, vol. 155, no. 483, May 2002.

Savill, R., ‘Les Porcelaines de Sèvres de Madame de Pompadour dans les Collections Anglaises et Américaines’, Madame de Pompadour et les Arts, Paris, 2002.

Schreiber, C., Lady Charlotte’s Journals: Confidences of a Collector of Ceramics and Antiques Through Britain, France, Holland, Belgium, London, 1911.

Sebag-Montefiore, C. and J. I. Armstrong-Totten, A Dynasty of Dealers: John Smith and Successors, 1801-1924: a Study of the Art Market in Nineteenth Century London, London, 2013.

Secrest, M., Being Bernard Berenson: a Biography, London, 1999.

Shirley, P., ‘Le Fumoir ‘Chambre des Trésors’ de Ferdinand,’ L’Objet d’Art, vol. 14, October 2004.

Simpson, J., The Artful Partners: The Secret Partnership between Bernard Berenson and Joseph Duveen, London, 1988.

Schwartz, Selma., ‘La Collection de Porcelaine de Sèvres à Waddesdon Manor,’ L’Objet d’Art, vol. 14, October 2004.

Sheehan, J. J., Museums in the German Art World from the end of the old regime to the rise of modernism, Oxford, 2000.

Stonge, C., ‘Making Private Collections Public-Gustav Friedrich Waagen and the Royal Museum of Berlin,’ in Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 10, no. 1, 1998.

Steegman, J., The Consort of Taste, London, 1950.

Swenson, A. and Mandler, P. (eds.), From Plunder to Preservation: Britain and the Heritage of Empire, Cambridge, 2009.

Thornton, D., ‘From Waddesdon to the British Museum. Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild and his Cabinet Collection,’ Journal of the History of Collections, 13, 2, 2001.

Thornton, D., A Rothschild Renaissance: Treasures from the Waddesdon Bequest, London, 2015.

Waagen, G.F., Treasures of Art in Great Britain, London, 1854-7.

Wainwright, C., ‘Curiosities to Fine Art: Bond Street’s First Dealers,’ Country Life, vol. CLXXIX, no. 4632, 1986.

Wainwright, C., ‘The Making of the South Kensington Museum I. The Government Schools of Design and the Founding Collection 1837-1851,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol.14, no. 1, 2002.

Wainwright, C., ‘The Making of the South Kensington Museum III. Collecting Abroad,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol.14, no. 1, 2002.

Wainwright, C., ‘The Making of the South Kensington Museum III. Relationships with the Trade: Webb and Bardini,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 14, no. 1, 2002.

Wainwright, C., The Romantic Interior: The British Collector at Home 1750-1850, New Haven and London, 1989.

Watson, F.J.B., ‘Lord Hertford and the Musée Retrospectif’, Apollo, vol. 81, no.134, June 1965.

Watson, F.J.B., ‘The English as Collectors of French Furniture,’ Connoisseur, vol. 186, no. 748, June 1974.

Waterfield, G., The People’s Galleries: Art Museums and Exhibitions in Britain, 1800-1914, New Haven and London, 2015.

Westgarth, M., ‘Nineteenth-Century Antique and Curiosity Dealers,’ Regional Furniture History Society, 2009.

Whitehead, C., The Public Art Museum in Nineteenth-Century Britain: the Development of the National Gallery, Aldershot, 2005.

 


France

Auslander, L., Taste and Power: Furnishing Modern France, Berkeley, 1996.

Castille, M., Les Fréres Péreires, Paris, 1861.

Chang, T., Travel, Collecting and Museums of Asian Art in Nineteenth-Century Paris, Oxford, 2013.

Conlin, J., ‘Le ‘Musée de Marchandises’. The Origins of the Musée Cognacq-Jay,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 12, no. 2, 2000.

Davillier, C., La Vente du Mobilier du Chateau de Versailles Pendant la Terreur, Paris, 1877.

Duncan, C., The Pursuit of Pleasure. The Rococo Revival in French Romantic Art, New York, 1976.

de Goncourt, E., L’Art Japonais du Dix-Huitième siècle. Outamaro, Paris, 1891.

de Goncourt, E. and J., Journal des Goncourts, Mémoires de la Vie Litteraire, 1856-1896, Paris, 1881-96.

de Goncourt, E., La Maison d’un Artiste, Paris, 1931.

de Lescure, M., Les Palais de Trianon. Histoire. Description. Catalogue des Objects Exposés sous les Auspices de S.M. l’Imperatrice, Paris, 1867.

Durand-Ruel, P., Les Mémoires de Paul Durand-Ruel, in L. Venturi, Les Archives de l’impressionnisme, Paris, 1939.

Duranty, L.E., La Nouvelle peinture. À propos du groupe d’artistes qui expose dans les galeries Durand-Ruel, 1876.

Faroult, G. (ed.), La Collection La Caze: Chefs d’oeuvres des Peintures du XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, Paris, 2007.

Granger, C., L’Empereur et les Arts: la Liste Civile de Napoléon III, Paris, 2005.

Le Baron Taylor, l’Association des artistes et l’Exposition du bazar Bonne-Nouvelle en 1846, Fondation Taylor, Paris, 1995.

Le Comte de Nieuwerkerke: Art et Pouvoir sous Napoléon III, Paris, 2000.

Long, V., Mécènes des Deux-Mondes: les Collectionneurs et Donateurs du Louvre et de l’Art Institut de Chicago, 1879-1940, Rennes, 2007.

Luxenberg, A., The Galerie espagnole and the Museo Nacional 1835-1853: Saving Spanish Art, or the Politics of Patrimony, Aldershot, 2008.

McQueen, A., Empress Eugénie and the Arts: Politics and Visual Culture in the Nineteenth Century, Aldershot, 2011.

Patrie, S., Inventing Impressionism: Paul Durand-Ruel and the Modern Art Market, London, 2015.

Preti, M.,G.  Faroult  and C. Vogtherr,  (eds.), Delicious Decadence: The Rediscovery of French Eighteenth-Century Painting in the Nineteenth Century, Aldershot, 2014.

Preti-Hamard, M., Sénéchal, P. (eds.), Collections et Marché de l’Art en France, 1789-1848, Rennes, 2005.

Prevost-Marcilhacy, P., Les Rothschilds, une dynastie de mécènes en France, Paris, 2015.

Prevost-Marcilhacy, P., Les Rothschilds: Batisseurs et Mécènes, Paris, 1995.

Rabinow, R., W. Douglas and M. Assante di Panzillo., Cézanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard, Patron of the Avant-garde, New York, 2015.

Rothschild, F., Personal Characteristics from French History, London, 1896.

Silverman, D., Art-Nouveau in Fin-de-Siècle France: Politics, Psychology, Style, Berkeley, 1989.

Simches, S.O., Le Romantisme et le Gout Esthétique du Dix-Huitième Siècle, Paris, 1964.

Secrest, M., Duveen: A Life in Art, Chicago, 2004.

The Second Empire, 1852-1870. Art in France under Napoleon III, Detroit, 1978.

Stammers, T., ‘The Bric-à-brac of the Old Regime: Collecting and Cultural History in Post-Revolutionary France’, French History, 2008.

Stammers, T., ‘Collectors, Catholics and the Commune:Heritage and Counterrevolution, 1860-90’, French Historical Studies, 2014.

Walton, W., France at the Crystal Palace. Bourgeois Taste and Artisan Manufacture in the Nineteenth Century, California, 1992.

Watson, J., Literature and Material Culture from Balzac to Proust: The Collection and Consumption of Curiosities, Cambridge, 1999.

Vollard, A., Recollections of a Picture Dealer, New York, 2003.

 


Germany

Crane, Susan, Collecting and historical consciousness in early nineteenth-century Germany, New York, 2000.

Gaehtgens, T., ‘The Museum Island in Berlin,’ in Centre for the Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Symposium papers XXVII, 1991.

Irwin, B., Art for All?: The Collision of Modern Art and the Public in Late Nineteenth-Century Germany, Princeton, 2003.

Joachimides, A. and S. Kuhrau (eds.), Die neuen Medici. Der Einfluss großbürgerlicher Mäzene auf die Museumsreform. In: Museumsinszenierungen. Zur Geschichte der Institution des Kunstmuseums. Die Berliner Museumslandschaft 1830–1990, Dresden/Basel, 1995.

Joachimides, A., ‘The Museum’s Discourse on Art. The Formation of Curatorial Art History in Turn-of-the Century Berlin,’ in Museums and Memory, S. A. Crane (ed.), Stanford, 2000.

Joachimides, A., Die Museumsreformbewegung in Deutschland und die Entstehung des Modernen Museums 1880–1940, Dresden/Basel, 2001.

Kuhrau, S., ‘Leben mit der Kunst. Kunstgewerbesammler und ihre Interieurs.’ In Glück, Leidenschaft und Verantwortung: Das Kunstgewerbemuseum und seine Sammler, Ausstellungskat des Kunstgewerbemuseums der Staatl. Museen zu Berlin – Preuß. BRI

Kuhrau, S. and U. Wolff-Thomsen, Öffentliches und privates Kunstsammeln in Deutschland 1871–1933, Kiel, 2011.

Kuhrau, S., Der Kunstsammler im Kaiserreich. Kunst und Repräsentation in der Berliner Privatsammlerkultur, Kiel, 2005.

Kuhrau, S., ‘Leben mit der Kunst. Kunstgewerbesammler und ihre Interieurs.’ In Glück, Leidenschaft und Verantwortung: Das Kunstgewerbemuseum und seine Sammler, Ausstellungskat des Kunstgewerbemuseums der Staatl. Museen zu Berlin – Preuß. BRI

Kuhrau, S. and U. Wolff-Thomsen, Öffentliches und privates Kunstsammeln in Deutschland 1871–1933, Kiel, 2011.

Kuhrau, S., Der Kunstsammler im Kaiserreich. Kunst und Repräsentation in der Berliner Privatsammlerkultur, Kiel, 2005.

Lenman, R.  ‘Painters, Patronage and the Art Market in Germany 1850-1914’ Past & Present, vol. 123, 1989.

Lenman, R.  ‘Painters, Patronage and the Art Market in Germany 1850-1914’ Past & Present, vol. 123, 1989.

Gaehtgens, T., B. Pau and Stockhausen, T. von, Wilhelm von Bode: Mein Leben, Berlin 1997.

 Meyer, C., Die Geburt des bürgerlichen Kunstmuseums – Johann Friedrich Städel und sein Kunstinstitut in Frankfurt am Main, Dissertation, Technisches Universität Berlin, Berlin 2013

Nerlich, F., La peinture francaise en Allemagne 1815–1870,  Paris 2010.

Paret, P., German Encounters with Modernism, 1840-1945, Cambridge, 2000.

Savoy, B. and F. Nerlich, Ein Lexikon zur Ausbildung deutscher Maler in der franzosischen Hauptstadt, vol. 1: 1793-1843, Berlin/Boston, 2013.

Savoy, B., Kunstraub. Napoleons Konfiszierungen in Deutschland und die europäischen Folgen. Mit einem Katalog der Kunstwerke aus deutschen Sammlungen im Musée Napoléon (CD-ROM), Wien 2010.

Savoy, B., Napoleon und Europa. Traum und Trauma, exhibition catalogue, Munich, 2010.

Savoy, B.,The looting of art: the museum as a place of legitimation,’ in Napoleon’s Legacy. The Rise of National Museums in Europe 1794–1830, Bergvelt E., D. J. Meijers and L. L. Tibbe (eds),  Berlin 2009.

Sheehan, J., Museums in the German Art World, from the End of the Old Regime to the Rise of Modernism, Oxford, 2000.

Stockhausen, T. von, ‘Markenpolitik im 19. Jahrhundert: Die Berliner Museumsinsel als Public Relations-Idee,’ in Selling Berlin: Imagebildung und Stadtmarketing von der preußischen Residenz bis zur Bundeshauptstadt,  Biskup, T. and  M. Schalenberg, Stuttgart, 2008.

Stockhausen, T. von, ‘Wilhelm von Bode und die Sammlung Carstanjen,’ in Sonderschau der Sammlung Carstanjen, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, vol. 29. Westdeutsche Kunstmesse, 1998.

Stockhausen, T. von, ‘Wilhelm von Bode und die Gründung des Kaiser-Friedrich-Museums-Verein,’ in Die Kunstwerke des Kaiser-Friedrich-Museums-Vereins Berlin 1897–1997, exhibition catalogue, Berlin, 1997 S. 21–29.

Stockhausen, T. von, ‘Otto Mündler als Agent der Berliner Gemäldegalerie,’ Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen, vol. 39, 1997.

Wimmer, D., ‘Bremen – Berlin – Weimar. Cooperation between German art collectors and museum directors c. 1900’, in The art collector – between philanthropy and self-glorification, Rovers, E., Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 21, no. 2, 2009.

Wimmer, D., C. Feilchenfeldt and S.Tasch, Peggy Guggenheim bis Ingvild Goetz, Berlin, 2009.

 


United States

Barnett, T., Sacred Relics: Pieces of the Past in Nineteenth-Century America, Chicago, 2013.

Brewer, J., American Leonardo: A Twentieth-Century Tale of Obsession, Art and Money, London, 2009.

Dilworth, L. (ed.), Acts of Possession: Collecting in America, Rutgers, 2003.

Gennari-Santori, F., The Melancholy of Masterpieces: Old Master Paintings in America, Milan, 2003.

 

 



 

TWENTIETH CENTURY

General

Aschuler, B, Collecting the New.  Museums and Contemporary Art, Princeton, 2005.

Cohen-Solal, A., Leo and his Circle: the Life of Leo Castelli, New York, 2010.

Duncan, C., Civilising Rituals-Inside Public Art Museums, Oxford, 1995.

Guibaut, S., How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art: Abstract Expressionism, Freedom and the Cold War, trans. A. Goldhammer, Chicago, 1983.

 


Britain

Shippobottom, M., ‘The Building of the Lady Lever Art Gallery,’ Journal of the History of Collections, vol. 4, no.2, 1992.

 


United States

Bailey, C., Building the Frick Collection – An Introduction to the House and its Collections, London, 2006.

Conn, S., Museums and American Intellectual Life, 1876-1926, Chicago, 1998.

Gribbon, D., ‘J.Paul Getty and his Legacy,’ The J. Paul Getty Museum-Handbook of the Collections, Los Angeles, 2001.

Goldfarb, H. T., & D. Bohl, The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, New Haven, 1994.

Hall, N., Colnaghi in America, London, 1992.

Lerman, L., & Hoving, T., The Museum: One Hundred Years and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1969.

Saltzman, C., Old Masters, New World-America’s Raid on Europe’s Great Pictures, New York, 2008.

Steffensen-Bruce, I., Marble Palaces, Temples of Art: Art Museums, Architecture and American Culture, 1890-1930, Lewisburg, 1998.

Walker, J., Self-Portrait with Donors, New York, 1974.

 


Germany

Bernau, N., A. Joachimides, S. Kuhrau and V. Vahrson (eds.) Die Berliner Museumslandschaft 1830–1990, Dresden/Basel, 1995.