Werner WeisbachWerner Weisbach (1 September 1873, in Berlin – 9 April 1953, in Basel) was a German-Swiss art historian.
He studied art history, archaeology, history and philosophy at the universities of Freiburg, Berlin, Munich and Leipzig, receiving his promotion from the latter institution in 1896 (doctoral advisor, August Schmarsow). Following a study trip through Europe, he served as a volunteer at the Museum of Berlin under the directorship of Wilhelm von Bode. From 1903 onward, he worked as a lecturer at Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Berlin, where from 1921 to 1933 he taught classes as an associate professor of art history. During the era of National Socialism he emigrated to Basel, Switzerland as a private scholar (1935). Provided by Wikipedia
Der Meister der Bergmannschen Officin und Albrecht Dürer's Beziehungen zur Basler Buchillustration Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des deutschen Holzschnittes.
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