Who is Adolph Goldschmidt?


Adolph Goldschmidt (January 15, 1863 - January 5, 1944) was a Jewish German historian.
He was born in Hamburg. After a short business career, he devoted himself (1885) to the study of art history at the universities of Jena, Kiel and Leipzig. He received his degree in 1889 with the Lübecker Malerei ve Plastik bis 1530 dissertation, the first detailed analysis of medieval art in northeastern Germany.
Relation type zur Symbolischen Kirchenskulptur des 12. Jahrhunderts (1895), he became privatdozent at the University of Berlin.
The Studien zur Geschichte der Sächsischen Skulptur in Romanischen zum Gotischen Stil (Berlin, 1902) traces the gradual development of German sculpture, referring to the fluorescence period of the Romanischen zum Gotischen Stil (Berlin, 1902).
"Die Kirchenthür des Heil. Ambrosius in Mailland" (1902) showed for the first time that the gate of the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan is a work of early Christian art.
He also wrote many important articles on North-German painting, Saxon sculpture, and early Medieval miniature manuscripts for the Repertorium für Kunstwissenschaft, Zeitschrift für Christliche Kunst and Jahrbuch der Kgl. Preussischen Kunstsammlungen.
Of Jewish descent, she had to flee Nazi Germany and died in 1944 in Basel, Switzerland, at the age of 80.

German art historian.
Former professor at the University of Berlin.
He was born in Hamburg.
In 1912, he became a professor at the University of Berlin, succeeding Velflin. He was active and highly acclaimed in the United States after '21, but in '39 he was chased by the Nazis and exiled to Basel. He is known for his work in manuscript decoration and ivory sculpture, and has a work in medieval art history.

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