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Artium Quaestiones — 22.2011

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https://doi.org/10.11588/diglit.29070#0381

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ABSTRACT. Żuchowski Tadeusz J., As. pro/! Szczęsny Detho/^/l^Zd-lddl/
[Rev. Professor Szczęsny (Feliks) Dettloff]. „Artium Quaestiones" XXII,
Poznań 2011, Adam Mickiewicz University Press, pp. 5-19, ISBN 978-83-
232-2321-4. ISSN 0239-202X.
The paper is a brief biography of the Polish art historian, the Rev. Professor
Szczęsny Dettloff, founder and long-time chair of the Department of Art
History at the University of Poznań. Professor Dettloff was a Roman
Catholic priest and started studying art history rather late, graduating from
the University of Vienna, where he wrote his dissertation with Max Dvorak.
After World War II, despite his age and problems with the communist
authorities, he continued his research on the art of Veit Stoss.
Tadeusz J. Żuchowski, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Instytut Histo-
rii Sztuki, al. Niepodległości 4, 61-874 Poznań, Poland.

ABSTRACT. Rev. Dettloff Szczęsny ], Leonardo ha Vtnct nnh Veit Stoss,

Zujei Wette?? Des AhnsdertscAen Untoersahsnrns oo/^ der Wende des AV. zam
AW. dańrńnnderts [Leonardo da Vinci and Veit Stoss: Two Worlds of
the Artistic Universalism from the Tum of the 16^ Century]. ,gCrtium
Quaestiones" XXII, Poznań 2011, Adam Mickiewicz University Press, pp.
21-49. ISBN 978-83-232-2321-4. ISSN 0239-202X.

ABSTRACT. ]Ks. Dettloff Szczęsny], Leonardo ha Vz'nci i Wh Stosz, dtoa

światy n/^twersatizmn artystycznego z przełomn AV t XV7 LoteAn [Leonardo
da Vinci and Veit Stoss: Two Worlds of the Artistic Universalism from the
Tum of the 16^ Century]. „Artium Quaestiones" XXII, Poznań 2011, Adam
Mickiewicz University Press, pp. 51-77. ISBN 978-83-232-2321-4. ISSN
0239-202X.

Professor Dettloffs paper records his reflection on the work of two
outstanding artists active at ca. 1500: Veit Stoss, working in Cracow and
Nuremberg, and Leonardo da Vinci, working mainly in Florence and Milan.
The author points at their universalist approach to art and common
 
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