Yevsei Iossifowitsch Rotenberg

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Yevsei Iossifowitsch Rotenberg ( Russian Евсей Иосифович Ротенберг ; born July 18, 1920 in Tula ; † October 15, 2011 in Moscow ) was a Russian art historian and author .


Rotenberg studied at the Lomonosov University in Moscow . He was an employee at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. From 1971 he worked for the State Institute for Art Research in Moscow. As an author, he wrote several works on the art history of Renaissance painting and painting of the 16th and 17th centuries in Western Europe. Rotenberg was married to the art historian and museum director Irina Alexandrovna Antonova . He was an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts.

Works (selection)

  • Iskusstvo Italii 16 - 17 vekov: Mikelandželo, Tician, Karavadžo. (= Biblioteka Iskusstvoznaniâ ). Sovetskij Chudožnik, Moscow 1989, ISBN 5-269-00016-4 .
  • Zapadnoevropejskaja živopis' 17 veka: tematičeskie principy. Iskusstvo, Moscow 1989, ISBN 5-210-00048-6 .
  • Iskusstvo romanskoĭ ėpokhi: sistema khudozhestvennykh vidov. Indrik, Moscow 2007, ISBN 978-5-85759-389-9 .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Russian Academy of Arts: O. Tabakow, A. Petrow, Yevsei Rotenberg - honorary members of the Russian Academy of Arts