Sie sammeln und sie tauschen. Schloss Ambras als Knotenpunkt eines europäischen Netzwerks kunstaffiner Fürstenhöfe der Spätrenaissance

Ricarda Hofer

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This paper explores dimensions of cultural exchange, a research area that traces mutual exchange activities of various kinds in material culture, including portraits and statues, but also tools of everyday life. At the heart of this study is Castle Ambras, a centre of regional cultural exchange activities in Renaissance Tyrol. Since the days of Archduke Ferdinand II of Tyrol, its proprietors cultivated relationships with other European princes interested in the arts. As will be shown in this paper, various objects found their way to Tyrol as part of this cultural exchange – and can still be found in the halls of Ambras’ present-day museum.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/historia.scribere.11.821

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