Andreas Rumpf

Summary

Andreas Rumpf (3 December 1890 – 22 June 1966) was a German classical archaeologist born in Potsdam. He was a specialist of ancient Greek and Roman art, in particular, vase painting and Greek wall painting. He was the son of painter Fritz Rumpf (1856–1927).[1]

He studied classical archaeology at the University of Leipzig under Franz Studniczka (1860-1929), earning his doctorate with a dissertation on the murals in Veii, titled "Die Wandmalereien in Veji." In 1923 he received his habilitation at Leipzig with a thesis on Chalkidiki vases. From 1928 to 1960 he was a professor of classical archaeology at the University of Cologne.[1]

He was editor of the "Griechische und römische Kunst" (1932, part of the Einleitung in der Altertumswissenschaft series).[1]

Selected publicationsEdit

  • Chalkidische Vasen (Chalkidiki vases) (Berlin 1927).
  • Katalog der etruskischen Skulpturen (Catalog of Etruscan sculptures) (1928).
  • Antike Sarkophagreliefs: die Meerwesen (1939).
  • Malerei und Zeichnung der klassischen Antike (Paintings and drawings of classical antiquity), "Handbuch der Archäologie" IV 1 (Munich 1953).
  • Archäologie. 1 Einleitung. Historischer Überblick (Archaeology, 1. Introduction, historical overview), two volumes (Berlin 1953).
  • Archäologie. 2 Die Archäologensprache. Die antiken Reproduktionen (Archaeology, 2. The archaeologists' language, the antique reproductions) (Berlin 1956).
  • Stilphasen der spätantiken Kunst (Köln 1957).[2][3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Dictionary of Art Historians biographical information.
  2. ^ Treccani.it Rumpf, Andreas
  3. ^ WorldCat Search published works
  • This article incorporates translated text of an equivalent article at the German Wikipedia.

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