Scope and Content
Title: Carl von Marr Papers ,
Date (inclusive): 1874-1949
.5 linear ft. (ca.145 items).
Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Abstract: Marr was a well known painter in Munich where he held a chair at the Academy of Arts (Akademie der Kunste) from 1893 on, and
later became its Director. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisonsin, in 1858, and died in Munich, Germany, 1936. He was tutored
by Wisconsin artist Henry Vianden in Milwaukee from age 7 to 17, then he attended art schools in Weimer, Berlin, and Munich,
where he took up residence as a painter.
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Purchased, Stargardt auction, item 584, 1979
[Identification of item] Carl von Marr Papers , M0474, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford,
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Bartels, Hans von, 1856-1913.
Becker-Gundahl, Carl Johann, 1856-1925.
Bermann, Cipri Adolf, 1862-.
Blaas, Julius von, 1845-1922.
Blau-Lang, Tina, 1845-.
Blos, Carl, 1860-1941.
Borchardt, Hans, 1865-.
Bracht, Eugen Felix Prosper, 1842-1921.
Brhutt, Ferdinand, 1849-1936.
Habermann, Hugo Freiherr von, 1849-1929.
Hayek, Hans von, 1869-1940.
Heine, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1845-1921.
Hengeler, Adolf, 1863-.
Herterich, Ludwig, 1856-1932.
Hildebrand, Adolf von, 1847-1921.
Jank, Angelo, 1868-1940.
Kalckreuth, Leopold Karl Walter Graf von, 1855-1928.
Kampf, Arthur, 1864-1950.
Keller, Albert von, 1844-1920.
Koner, Max Johann Bernhard, 1854-1900.
Lenbach, Franz Seraph von, 1836-1904.
Liebermann, Max, 1847-1935.
Messerschmidt, Pius Ferdinand, 1858-1915.
Meyer, Claus, 1856-1919.
Meyer-Waldeck, Kunz, 1859-1953.
Meyerheim, Paul Friedrich, 1842-1915.
Miller, Ferdinand (II) von, 1842-1929.
Miller, Fritz von, 1840-1921.
Mhunzer, Adolf, 1870-1952.
Myrbach-Rheinfeld, Felician, 1853-.
Rehder, Julius Christian, 1861-.
Reinicke, Rene, 1860-1926.
Richter, Gustav Karl Ludwig, 1823-1884.
Rietschel, Ernest Friedrich August, 1804-1861.
Samberger, Leo, 1861-1949.
Schlereth, Hans, 1897-.
Schwill, William Valentine, 1864-.
Seidl, Emanuel von, 1856-1919.
Souchan, Wilhelm Ferdinand, 1825-1876.
Stadler, Anton von, 1850-1917.
Stahl, Friedrich, 1863-1940.
Stieler, Eugene von, 1845-1929.
Stuck, Franz von, 1863-1928.
Taschner, Ignatius, 1871-1913.
Thiersch, Friedrich von, 1852-1921.
Thhony, Eduard, 1866-1950.
Trhubner, Wilhelm (Heinrich W.), 1851-1917.
Uhde, Fritz (Friedrich Karl Hermann) von, 1848-1911.
Urban, Hermann, 1866-.
Vogeler, Heinrich JOhann, 1872-1942.
Werner, Anton Alexander von, 1843-1915.
Zhugel, Heinrich von, 1850-1941.
Art, Modern--20th century--Germany.
Art, Modern--19th century--Germany.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1858, Carl Marr was tutoted by Wisconsin artist Henry Vianden in Milwaukee from ages 7 through
17, after which he attended art schools in Weimar, Berlin and Munich, where he took up residence as a painter. He was appointed
to a professorship in the Academy of Arts [Akademie der Kunste] in Munich in 1893 and later to its directorship. He died
in Munich, Germany, in 1936.
Scope and Content
Ca. 145 items of incoming correspondence, most of it addressed to Carl Marr, a small portion addressed to his sister Selma
Marr and her husband Bruno Fink. Most of the letters are from other painters and artists. Arranged alphabetically by sender.