Diary, 1842-1847.

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Begas, Carl Joseph, 1794-1854. Diary, 1842-1847.

Diary, 1842-1847.

This personal diary is filled with accounts of Begas' ongoing commissions, typically of religious subjects, as well as his aesthetic values. He reveals a strong spiritual side in his musings on contemporary life in Berlin and travels to other cities. There is also extensive mention of his interaction with personages such as Friedrich Wilhelms IV, Wilhelm von Kaulbach, Peter von Cornelius, Lord Westmoreland, and others.

1 v. (21 p.)

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