Nachlass Fritz Heinemann, Notizen zur venezianischen Malerei


Fritz Heinemann.


Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz).




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newspaper clipping typescript manuscript printed matter Notes correspondence


Documents are grouped in folders by subject and chronological order

Scope and content

the fund consinsts in 220 items (120 archival units)


People and organizations

Bernard Berenson Alessandro Contini Bonacossi Pompeo Molmenti Ugo Ojetti Accademia Carrara Cenobio Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Museums G. Battelli Louvre Museum Arnold Hauser Dedalo Carlo Tridenti F.L. Richardson E. Weddingen P. Pellizzari Cini Foundation C. Gamba Mus�e Jacquemart-Andr� Pittalunga Cipollato

Artists, schools, periods

Mannerism Sebastiano Ricci 16th century baroque Giovanni Bellini 17th century Renaissance 15th century Titian Vittore Carpaccio Paolo Veronese Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Bellini family Cima da Conegliano Antonio Vivarini Giovanni Battista da Ponte Giovanni di Niccol� Mansueti Bartolomeo Vivarini Palma Vecchio Marcello Fogolino Francesco Guardi Jacopo Bassano Giovanni Battista Moroni

Genres and themes

Venetian Paintings and Drawings portrait altarpiece painting,

History of collection

The origin of the fund apparently seem to go back to the years when Heinemann was active in Italy as a researcher on Venetian art, in the years of the reopening of the Institute, after the Second World War. Around 1957-1960 and untill teh 1970s Heinemann donated part of his private library to the institute and the fund may have be received together with it.


donation. 1970.



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The collection is relevant for Venetian Studies and Provenance Research

related nuclei and collections

Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max-Planck-Institut - Archiv, allgemeine Korrespondenz