Dis/Continuities in Dresden's Dances of Death

Hertel, Christiane
March 2000
Art Bulletin;Mar2000, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p83
Academic Journal
Examines three examples of the Dance of Death artwork in Dresden, Germany. Christoph Walther I's Dance of Death sandstone relief of 1535; Alfred Rethel's series of six wood engravings, Auch ein Totentanz of 1849; Richard Peter's photobook `Dresden--eine Kamera klagt an' of 1949.


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