Bibliografia

Autor: Ania Stańczyk Redaktor: Motyl

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Bibliografia do artykułu "Nowa Rzeczowość".

[1] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 7.

[2] Niemiecki rząd zapłacił ostatnią ratę pożyczek zaciągniętych na potrzeby spłacenia odszkodowań wojennych dopiero 3 października 2010 r. Był to symboliczny moment ostatecznego zakończenia I Wojny Światowej.

[3] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 8.

[4] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 10.

[5] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 18.

[6] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 15.

[7] B.H.D. Buchloh, Figures of Authority, Ciphers of Regression. Notes on the Return of the Representation in European Painting, w: October, Cambridge 1981, nr 16, s. 39.

[8] F. Schmalenbach, The term Neue Sachlichkeit, w: The Art Bulletin, Nowy Jork 1940, nr 22, s. 161.

[9] G. Hartlaub, list otwarty datowany na 18 maja 1923 r., za: . Schmalenbach, The term Neue Sachlichkeit, w: The Art Bulletin, Nowy Jork 1940, nr 22, s. 161.

[10] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 19.

[11] . Schmalenbach, The term Neue Sachlichkeit, w: The Art Bulletin, Nowy Jork 1940, nr 22, s. 163.

[12] I. Guenther, Magical realism: theory, history, community, Durham 1995, s. 61.

[13] J. Wechsler, Magical realism :Defining the Indefinite, w: Art Journal, Nowy Jork 1985, nr 45, s. 293.

[14] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 20.

[15] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 20.

[16] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 23.

[17] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 24.

[18] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 20.

[19] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 27.

[20] C. Rhodes, George Grosz. London, w: The Burlington Magazine, Londyn 1997, nr 1131, s. 416.

[21] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 28.

[22] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s.

[23] A. Barr, Postwar painting in Europe, w: Parnassus, Nowy Jork 1931, nr 5, s. 20.

[24] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 29.

[25] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 33.

[26] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 34.

[27] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 35.

[28] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 36.

[29] M. Makela, „A clear and simple style: tradition and typology in New Objectivity, w: Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies, Chicago 2002, nr 28, s. 40.

[30] S. Michalski, New Objectivity. Neue Sachlichkeit – painting in Germany in 1920s, Kolonia 2003, s. 53.


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