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by Berthold Hinz

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0394737431
Author:
Berthold Hinz
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Pantheon; First American Edition edition (November 12, 1979)
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268 pages
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One book, Art of the Third Reich, by Peter Adam is very similar to Hinz's book. It shows examples of art sanctioned by the Third Reich, but it was published in 1995, more than twenty years after the original publication of Hinz's book

One book, Art of the Third Reich, by Peter Adam is very similar to Hinz's book. It shows examples of art sanctioned by the Third Reich, but it was published in 1995, more than twenty years after the original publication of Hinz's book. For the time of its publication, Hinz's work was of a topic rarely the focus of literature. 13 people found this helpful.

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For Sale on 1stdibs - Art in the Third Reich by Berthold Hinz. The photos in the book illustrate the image of art the third Reich desired. An exaggeratedly high social value was placed on the visual arts which were given a prominent place in public ceremony. New York: Random House, In. 1979. 268 pp. A study of German art between. NPT Books, a division of . Berthold Hinz (Author).

Home Hinz, Berthold Art in the Third Reich. Published by Pantheon Books, New York, 1979. Art in the Third Reich.

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The art of the Third Reich was the government-approved art produced in Nazi Germany between 1933 and 1945. Upon becoming dictator in 1933, Adolf Hitler gave his personal artistic preference the force of law to a degree rarely known before

The art of the Third Reich was the government-approved art produced in Nazi Germany between 1933 and 1945. Upon becoming dictator in 1933, Adolf Hitler gave his personal artistic preference the force of law to a degree rarely known before. In the case of Germany, the model was to be classical Greek and Roman art, seen by Hitler as an art whose exterior form embodied an inner racial ideal. It was, furthermore, to be comprehensible to the average man. This art was to be both heroic and romantic

An illustrated study of Nazi art shows it to have been provincial, nondescript, pompous, and banal and locates its significance in its potential to justify degrading and authoritarian social relationships
  • Brialelis
Hardly any regime has put such a strong faith in the educational and persuative qualities of art, especially in Visual arts, but not just any kind of art. "Modernists" and "Non-Aryans" very excluded and in many cases brutally surpressed, only art in traditional forms was permitted and promoted. Through the new all-inclusice Reichskulturkammer every acceptable artists had opportunities and a minimum of financial security that was most welcomme, however the price they paid was a membership in the Nazi Party; but it was no other way you could practice your art. B. Hinz give a fascinating and at the same time, disturbing story of the Art Scene in Nazi Germany.
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According to Hinz's introduction, oppressed people of the art world are typically sympathized with in history, but it is his intention to explore the art that was promoted by the state rather than the oppressed art. He does this well and one possible reason is because he does give a brief overview of what was considered degenerate art. This is useful to a reader who has little knowledge of different styles of art. Although the focus of his book is to show what was accepted art of the Third Reich, he also shows what it was not. Among the most common type of Degenerate Art are "Jewish" or "Bolshivik" art and modern art. He shows examples of all of these types of art, making it easier for the reader to identify the difference between Degenerate Art and art approved by the state. As Hinz points out, most works about Art in the Third Reich deal with Degenerate art, not art approved by the state. since Hinz made this statement, books dealing with particualr aspects of the Nazi art world have been published such as Degenerate Art. This book is edited by Stephanie Barron and Peter W. Guenther. This book chronicles an exhibit of Degenerate Art. The examination of Degenerate Art is the exact opposite of what Hinz was trying to accomplish. He wanted to draw attention to the neglected topic of National Socialist Art. One book, Art of the Third Reich, by Peter Adam is very similar to Hinz's book. It shows examples of art sanctioned by the Third Reich, but it was published in 1995, more than twenty years after the original publication of Hinz's book. For the time of its publication, Hinz's work was of a topic rarely the focus of literature.