Eduard Magnus - Writings

Writings

  • Ueber Einrichtung und Beleuchtung von Räumen zur Aufstellung von Gemälden und Sculpturen (On the arrangement and lighting of spaces for the display of paintings and sculpture; Berlin, 1864)
  • Die Polychromie vom künstlerischen Standpunkte (Polychromy from an artistic standpoint; Bonn, 1872).

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