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Les catalogues de la collection des ducs de Leuchtenberg : rédaction et diffusion de savoirs muséographiques européens

Abstract : The model adopted for the writing and distribution of the catalogues of the ducal collection, conceived by the architect Leo von Klenze and the curator Nepomuk Muxel in Munich, is different from the museum models then available. Between 1825 and 1851 work on illustrated catalogues and the international distribution of the ``paper museum'' progressively adopted a scientific organisation and contributed to the writing of art history, and of the history of museums, by developing the ideas on museums of Nicolas de Pigage and Christian von Mechel in Dusseldorf. The study of this ``paper museography'' can help in understanding how the Leuchtenberg gallery became a museum in the meaning the word had in the 19th century : it was taken out of the private sphere into the public, in terms of its institutional status, out of the confidential sphere in terms of its communication, and away from the haphazard in terms of its organisation.
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Émilie Malouvier. Les catalogues de la collection des ducs de Leuchtenberg : rédaction et diffusion de savoirs muséographiques européens. Romantisme : la revue du dix-neuvième siècle, Armand Colin, 2016, pp.88--97. ⟨hal-01564329⟩

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