Wilhelm LübkeWilhelm Lübke (17 January 1826 – 5 April 1893) was a German art historian, born in Dortmund.
He studied at Bonn and Berlin; was a professor of architecture at the Berlin Bauakademie (1857–61) and a professor of art history at the Polytechnic in Zurich (1861–66), the Polytechnic in Stuttgart (1866–85), and the Technische Hochschule in Karlsruhe (1885–93). Previous to his work in art, he gave instruction in vocal and pianoforte music.
Lübke was one of the pioneer writers on art history in Germany. His works were for their day both scholarly and appreciative, and correlate the epochs of art history with the great historical periods. Provided by Wikipedia
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