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音樂藝術、中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸古籍

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Raschig, Marianne
IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF AROUND SEVEN HUNDRED HAND-PRINTS SIGNED BY MUSICIANS, SINGERS, ARTISTS, SCULPTORS, WRITERS, ACTORS, FILM DIRECTORS, POLITICIANS, SPORTSMEN AND OTHERS, COLLECTED BY RASCHIG DURING THE FIRST THIRD OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, MAINLY 1920S, INCLUDING
Musicians and singers: Pasquale Amato, Louis Armstrong, Claudio Arrau, Edwin Fischer, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Dusolina Giannini, Bronislaw Hubermann, Maria Ivogün, Emmerich Kálmán, Frida Leider, Lauritz Melchior, Karl Muck, Siegfried Ochs, Hans Pfitzner, Heinrich Schlusnus, Artur Schnabel, Meta Seinemeyer, Margarete Siems, Richard Tauber, Tamara Karsavina and Igor Stravinsky (unsigned)
Artists: Lovis Corinth, Charlotte Behrend-Corinth, Ernst Böhm, Max Esser, “Fidus”, Karl Hofer, Georg Kolbe, Max Liebermann, Emil Orlik, Leonid Pasternak, Heinrich Zille, Wolfgang Gurlitt, Eduard von der Heydt
Writers, actors and directors: Alfred Döblin, Max Friedländer, Franz Wallner, Oscar Bie, René Clair, Emil Geyer, Gerhard Lamprecht, Fritz Lang, Seymour Nebenzahl, Carl Opitz, Leni Riefenstahl, Josef von Sternberg, Friedrich Zelnik, Vera Baranovskaya, Lilia Harvey, Eugen Klöpfer, Peter Lorrie, Jean Moreau, Mark Sorkin, together with Janos and Oscar Plesch, Wilhelm Doegen, Max Planck, Siegfried von Kardorff, Erich Koch, Toni Pfülf, Gustav Stresemann, Louis Adlon and many others

c. 700 items in 7 ring-binders, each with brief printed biographical data, mainly Berlin, 1920s

 


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Marianne Raschig was the leading palm-reader in Germany between the two World Wars. She collected a substantial archive of hand-prints, invariably signed by the subjects themselves, offering a fine conspectus of famous men and women in Berlin, mainly during the 1920s. Raschig seems to have had no interest in eugenics; hers was a highly organized and concentrated study in personality as revealed by hand-lines. Her classic book, Hand und Persönlichkeit. Einführung in das System der Handlehre (1931), contains 158 plates of photographic negatives, based on her hand-prints (all reduced), together with her analyses of the results. It has become a source of information for psalmists ever since. 

音樂藝術、中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸古籍

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