Letters to Ludwig Pietsch, 1882-1896.

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Letters to Ludwig Pietsch, 1882-1896.

Thirteen letters to the German painter, art critic and chief art correspondent of the Berlin paper "Vossische Zeitung", 1882-1896, discuss professional and personal matters. Of special interest are two letters commenting on an exhibition by Vereshchagin in Berlin: one letter, 1882 Feb. 20, indicates that despite a reduced entry fee the German military authorities were not cooperating in sending their soldiers to the exhibition; the second, 1882 March 14, reflects the artist's pacifist tendencies and his compassion for the victims of war.

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Pietsch, Ludwig

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Vereshchagin, Vasiliĭ Vasilʹevich, 1842-1904

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Russian painter of historical and war scenes. From the description of Letters to Ludwig Pietsch, 1882-1896. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 78738874 ...