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INVENTORY OF THE ALBERT RENGER-PATZSCH PAPERS, 1890-1980 (bulk 1924-1966)
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    Title: Albert Renger-Patzsch papers
    Date (inclusive): 1890-1980
    Date (bulk): 1924-1966
    Collection number: 861187
    Creator: Renger-Patzsch, Albert
    Extent: ca. 12 linear ft. (23 boxes, 1 flat file folder)
    Repository: Getty Research Institute
    Research Library
    Special Collections and Visual Resources
    1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
    Los Angeles, CA 90049-1688
    Abstract: German photographer associated with the art movement Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity). The archive documents Renger-Patzsch's professional life, especially his work on book projects and commissions for industrial firms. It also includes technical details of his photographic workshop, and provides insight into his artistic views on photography as an independent art form, and on the aesthetic trends in photography in economically prosperous postwar Germany.
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    Language: Collection material in German

    Administrative Information

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    Preferred Citation

    Albert Renger-Patzsch papers, 1924-1966, Accession no. 861187, Getty Research Institute, Research Library.

    Acquisition Information

    Acquired by the repository in 1986.

    Processing History

    Isabella Zuralski processed the collection and wrote the finding aid.

    Alternate Form Available

    Pre-war press clippings filed within Series V.A. are available on microfiche.

    Related Material

    Albert Renger-Patzsch correspondence and poem, 1918-1948 , Accession no. 2006.M.25.
    Correspondence between Albert and Agnes Renger-Patzsch and Hugo Hertwig, and letters from Albert Renger-Patzsch to Martha Buttmann and her son Walter.

    Biographical Historial Note

    The German photographer Albert Renger-Patzsch (1897 -1966) was born in Würzburg, Bavaria, and died in Wamel near Soest, Westphalia. Son of amateur photographer Robert Renger-Patzsch, he learned the techniques of photography early. Following primary education in Sondeshausen in Thuringia, Albert Renger-Patzsch attended the renowned Kreuzgymnasium in Dresden. After service in the German Army between 1916 and 1918, he studied chemistry at the Technische Hochschule in Dresden from 1919 to 1921.
    His professional career as a photographer began in the early 1920s at the Folkwang Verlag in Essen, and at the Folkwang and Auriga Archiv in Hagen, where he was the head of photographic services. In 1923, he served as head of a photographic service agency in Berlin. In that same year, he married Agnes von Braunschweig and moved briefly to Kronstadt (Brasov) in Romania. His daughter Sabine was born in 1924, his son Ernst Normann in 1926. In 1924 Renger-Patzsch returned briefly to Darmstadt to work at the Auriga Verlag, the successor of the Folkwang Verlag. In 1925 he left the Auriga Verlag to become a freelance photographer, joined the Deutscher Werkbund, and moved with his family to Bad Harzburg, near Braunschweig. His first exhibition was mounted in his studio.
    Between 1924 and 1937, Renger-Patzsch collaborated on several book projects, including the series Die Welt der Pflanze, conceived by Ernst Fuhrmann (volumes Crassula and Orchideen, both 1924). Other project partners included Rudolf Schwarz ( Wegweisung der Technik, 1928), Carl Georg Heise ( Lübeck, 1928), and the Auriga Verlag ( Das Chorgestühl von Kappenberg, 1925). His influential book Die Welt ist schön appeared in 1928, published by Kurt Wolff Verlag in Munich; the Einhorn Verlag edition followed in the same year. In 1927, Carl Georg Heise organized an exhibition of Renger-Patzsch's photographic work at the Behnhaus in Lübeck. In 1928, Renger-Patzsch participated in the exhibition Kunst und Technik at the Museum Folkwang in Essen; he also held two individual exhibitions, one at the Kunstgewerbemuseum in Zurich and another at the Grafisches Kabinett in Munich.
    In 1929 Renger-Patzsch moved with his family to Essen, where he had a studio and office at the Museum Folkwang. During this time he worked intensively with the industrial architect Fritz Schupp, and made architectural photographs for the architect and director of the Kunstgewerbeschule Aachen, Rudolf Schwarz. The first retrospective exhibition of his work took place in 1931 at the Museum Folkwang in Essen. His industrial photographs, published in the book Eisen und Stahl (1931), won a silver medal at the Milan Triennale in 1933. During 1933, Renger-Patzsch lectured at the Folkwang School in Essen, and took over the chair of photography from Max Burchartz.
    Between 1938 and 1940, Renger-Patzsch received his first commissions from the chemical concern C. H. Boehringer Sohn in Ingelheim: Hospitalbauten in Europa aus zehn Jahrhunderten (first issued in 1967), a book about hospital buildings in Europe with text by Dankwart Leistikow, and Historische Apotheken Deutschlands (year of issue unknown), a book about historical pharmacies. During the years 1941 to 1944, Renger-Patzsch worked on the book projects Paderborn (first issued in 1949) and Land am Oberrhein (appearing in 1944 in small edition). In 1943, he was commissioned by the Todt Organization to take pictures of the Western defences of the German forces in Normandy and Brittany. A large part of Renger-Patzsch's archive in the Museum Folkwang was destroyed during an air raid on Essen in 1944. Shortly afterwards Renger-Patzsch moved with his family to Wamel on the Möhnesee, near Soest, where he lived for the remainder of his life.
    Beständinge Welt, a small volume with landscape photographs with text by Helene Henze, initiated his post-war work in 1947. The year 1949 marked the start of long-term commission work for the firm Schubert & Salzer, a spinning machine manufacturer in Ingolstadt, as well as the continuation of work begun in 1932 for the glass manufacturer Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen., and the firm C. H. Boehringer Sohn in Ingelheim. He also undertook commissions for the architects Fritz Schupp in Essen and Hans Schwippert in Düsseldorf. The Siepman Werke in Belecke commissioned Renger-Patzsch to produce two publications: Bilder aus der Landschaft zwischen Ruhr und Möhne (1957) and Bauten zwischen Ruhr und Möhne (1959). During the 1950s and 1960s Renger-Patzsch collaborated with the publisher Mocker & Jahn in Soest on the book projects Schloss Cappenberg (1953) and Soest (1963); he received commissions from numerous industrial companies in Germany. He also traveled throughout Europe, with several trips to Italy for the book project Hohenstaufenburgen in Süditalien (1961). This book, with text by Hanno Hahn, was commissioned by the firm C. H. Boehringer Sohn, which also commissioned the books Bäume (1962) and Gestein (1966), both with text by Ernst Jünger. A professional relationship developed between Renger-Patzsch and the German dendrologist Wolfgang Haber, who accompanied Renger-Patzsch on his trips to Italy and wrote texts for Im Wald (1965) and Bäume.
    During the postwar years Renger-Patsch lectured on photography throughout Germany. His photographic work was recognized and awarded. In 1957, the Gesellschaft Deutscher Lichtbildner honored Renger-Patzsch with the David Octavius Hill Medal. In 1960, he received the prestigious culture prize of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie. In 1961, he received a gold medal from the Photographische Gesellschaft Wien for his life's work. In 1963, the television station Westdeutscher Rundfunk in Cologne broadcast the documentary Portrait of the Photographer Albert Renger-Patzsch. In 1965, the Minister of Culture awarded to Renger-Patzsch the North Rhine-Westphalia state prize for artistic achievement. Also in 1965, the German photographer Lotte Jacobi showed Renger-Patzsch's photographs in her gallery in Deering, New Hampshire, and the Art Institute of Chicago included his works in its annual photography exhibition.
    Albert Renger-Patzsch died on September 27, 1966 in Wamel. In December of that year, a memorial exhibition was mounted in the Ruhrland- und Heimatmuseum in Essen. In 1970 and 1971, commemorative exhibitions were held in Bremen and Hamburg.

    Scope and Content of Collection

    The archive documents Albert Renger-Patzsch's professional life and provides detailed information about his business-related activities, especially his work on book projects and private commissions for industrial firms. It also allows insight into his artistic views on photography and the technical details of his photographic workshop. A small portion of the archive consists of personal documents and family correspondence. Almost all items are in German; most are typescripts, or carbon copies of typescripts, especially letters by Albert Renger-Patzsch. Relatively few are in old German handwriting.
    The main portion of the archive consists of post-war correspondence between Renger-Patzsch and numerous institutions, industrial firms, and individual correspondents. A relatively small part of the correspondence dates from the time before the war. Set apart is the predominantly business-related correspondence of Renger-Patzsch's widow Agnes and his son Ernst, and the personal correspondence of Albert Renger-Patzsch, mainly letters from his mother Frieda and other relatives. Two separate groups of correspondence are organized by topic.
    Another significant portion of the archive presents ca. 30 drafts of mostly unpublished lectures and articles about photography by Albert Renger-Patzsch.
    A large number of ephemeral publications, newspaper clippings and offprints related to Albert Renger-Patzsch provides information about the scope and reception of his photographic work before and after the war, his book projects, exhibitions, and other professional activities. Also included are a small number of personal documents related to Albert Renger-Patzsch and his family, a few portrait photographs taken by his daughter Sabine, poems by unknown authors, and business-related bills and receipts.
    The archive includes several drafts of book texts by other authors: both texts about Renger-Patzsch and texts written to accompany Renger-Patzsch's books of photographs. Also in the archive are drafts of texts unrelated to Albert Renger-Patzsch, including 9 unpublished texts by the German ecologist Hugo Hertwig.

    Arrangement

    Unidentified items are filed at the end of each series. Oversize items from various series are filed in Box 24*.

    Indexing Terms

    Subjects: personal names

    Arapoff, Cyril
    Barth, Emil, 1890-1958
    Brandt, Bill
    Erfurth, Hugo, 1874-1948
    Fohn, Emanuel, 1881-1966
    Freckmann, Karl, b. 1890
    Friedmann, Hermann, 1873-1957
    Fuhrmann, Ernst, 1886-1956
    Fürst, Viktor, 1919-
    Gernsheim, Helmut, 1913-
    Gosebruch, Ernst
    Greischel, Walther
    Gruber, L. Fritz
    Gurlitt, Hildebrand, b. 1895
    Hallensleben, Ruth
    Heise, Carl Georg, 1890-
    Hertwig, Hugo
    Hesse, Hermann, 1877-1962
    Hesse, Ninon
    Hill, David Octavius, 1802-1870
    Holzmeister, Gunda
    Jacobi, Lotte, 1896-
    Jancke, Rudolf
    Jünger, Ernst, 1895-
    Kerff, Gerhard, 1908-
    Klipstein, Editha, 1880-1953
    Kozma, Lajos, 1884-1950
    Krauss, Friedrich Emil
    Kükelhaus, Hugo
    Mahlau, Alfred, 1894-1967
    Mardersteig, Giovanni, 1892-1977
    Masclet, Daniel, 1892-1969
    Moegle, Willi
    Moholy-Nagy, László, 1895-1946
    Oliveira, Jaap d', 1908-1978
    Padberg, Magdalena
    Portman, Adolf, 1897-
    Renger-Patzsch, Albert
    Sander, August
    Schneider, Karl, 1892-1945
    Schoy, Frida
    Schwarz, Rudolf, 1897-1961
    Schwippert, Hans, 1899-1973
    Smith, Ronald Gregor
    Steffen, Dieter
    Steinert, Otto, 1915-
    Stenger, Erich, 1878-
    Treskow, Elisabeth, 1898-
    Tümpel, Wolfgang
    Virl, Hermann, 1903-1958
    Vogelsang, Marianne
    Walther, Pan, 1921-
    Weinert, August
    Wigman, Mary, 1886-1973
    Woytinsky, Wladimir S., 1885-1960
    Zglinicki, Friedrich Pruss von, b. 1895

    Subjects: corporate bodies

    C. H. Boehringer Sohn
    Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie
    Deutsche Spiegelglas A.G.
    Deutscher Spinnereimaschinenbau Ingolstadt
    Gesellschaft Deutscher Lichtbildner
    Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen.
    Museum Folkwang Essen
    Verlag Herder

    Genres and Forms of Material

    Lectures
    Letters (correspondence)
    Photographic prints
    Photographs, Original

    Contributors: personal names

    Arapoff, Cyril
    Barth, Emil, 1890-1958
    Bartning, Otto, 1883-1959
    Behrens, Peter, 1868-1940
    Boje, Walter
    Botzenhart, Prof. Dr.
    Bourdeau, Robert, 1931-
    Brandt, Bill
    Ehmke, Rainer
    Erfurth, Hugo, 1874-1948
    Freckmann, Karl, b. 1890
    Fuhrmann, Ernst, 1886-1956
    Fürst, Viktor, 1919-
    Gernsheim, Helmut, 1913-
    Goerttler, Kurt, 1898-
    Goldberg, Rube, 1883-1970
    Gosebruch, Ernst
    Greischel, Walther
    Gropius, Walter, 1883-1969
    Gross, Else R.
    Gruber, L. Fritz
    Gundermann, Leo
    Gurlitt, Hildebrand, b. 1895
    Haber, Wolfgang
    Hartlaub, Gustav Friedrich, 1884-1963
    Heise, Carl Georg, 1890-
    Helfferich, Daan
    Henze, Helene
    Hertwig, Hugo
    Heyer, Gustav Richard, 1890-
    Holzmeister, Gunda
    Hoppé, E. O. (Emil Otto), 1878-1972
    Huch, Ricarda Octavia, 1864-1947
    Jabobi, Lotte, 1896-
    Jaenisch, Hans, 1907-1989
    Jancke, Rudolf
    Johannsen, Johann
    Jünger, Ernst, 1895-
    Kempe, Fritz
    Kerff, Gerhard, 1908-
    Klingender, F. D. (Francis Donald)
    Klipstein, Editha, 1880-1953
    Kösters, Bernd
    Kotthoff, August
    Kozma, Lajos, 1884-1950
    Krauss, Friedrich Emil
    Kreusch, Felix
    Kreutter, Wolfgang
    Lichnowsky, Mechtilde, 1879-1958
    Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941
    Mahlau, Alfred, 1894-1967
    Mann, Thomas, 1875-1955
    Marcks, Gerhard
    Mardersteig, Giovanni, 1892-1977
    Masclet, Daniel, 1892-1969
    Mattaei, Leni
    Meyer, Peter, 1894-1984
    Moholy-Nagy, László, 1895-1946
    Molzahn, Johannes, 1892-1965
    Oliveira, Jaap d', 1908-1978
    Padberg, Magdalena
    Pécsi, Józef, 1889-1956
    Pieper, Paul, 1912-
    Redslob, Edwin, 1884-
    Renger-Patzsch, Albert
    Richter, Max, 1900-
    Riewerts, Theodor, 1907-1944
    Roh, Franz, 1890-1965
    Rothert, Liebetraut
    Russell, Peter
    Schaeffer-Heyrothsberge, Paul
    Scheven, Ilsemarie von
    Schlensker, Ernst, 1908-
    Schmoll gen. Eisenwerth, J. Adolf, 1915-
    Schneider, P. F.
    Schneider-Esleben, Paul
    Schöppe, Wilhelm
    Schott, Erich
    Schumacher, Fritz, 1869-1947
    Schupp, F. (Fritz), 1896-1974
    Schütz-Wolff, Johanna, 1896-
    Schwarz, Heinrich, 1894-1974
    Schwarz, Rudolf, 1897-1961
    Schwippert, Hans, 1899-1973
    Smith, Käthe
    Steffann, Emil, 1899-
    Steffen, Dieter
    Steichen, Edward, 1879-1973
    Steinert, Otto, 1915-
    Sternberger, Dolf, 1907-
    Strelow, Liselotte, 1908-1981
    Thorn Prikker, Johan, 1868-1932
    Toller, Ernst, 1893-1939.
    Trump, Georg, 1896-
    Tümpel, Wolfgang
    Virl, Hermann, 1903-1958
    Vogelsang, Marianne
    Völckers, Otto, b. 1888
    Wackernagel, Martin, 1881-
    Wahl, Victor
    Walker, Audrey
    Wapnewski, Peter
    Weinert, August
    Wackernagel, Martin, 1881-
    Wigman, Mary, 1886-1973
    Wolf, Gustav
    Woytinsky, Wladimir S., 1885-1960
    Wulf, Friedrich, 1908-
    Wunder, Franz
    Zglinicki, Friedrich Pruss von, 1895-

    Contributors: corporate bodies

    C. H. Boehringer Sohn
    Deutsche Bibliothek (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) Sammlung Buchkunst
    Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft
    Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie
    Deutsche Spiegelglas A.G.
    Deutscher Kunstverlag
    Deutscher Spinnereimaschinenbau Ingolstadt
    Deutscher Werkbund Berlin
    Dr. Karl Thomae GmbH
    Essener Steinkohlenbergwerke
    Fagus-Werk (Alfeld, Lower Saxony, Germany)
    Focal Press
    Gesellschaft Deutscher Lichtbildner
    Hans Peters Verlag
    Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen.
    Krupp Stahl AG. Werk (Rheinhausen, Duisburg, Germany)
    Museum Folkwang Essen
    Museum für Photographie (Dresden, Germany)
    Obpacher Kunstverlag
    Photo ciné club du Val de Bièvre
    Photographische Gesellschaft in Wien
    Presswerk AG
    Riedel & Co. (Bielefeld, Germany)
    Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
    Sydslesvigs danske kunstforening
    Werkstätten J. Dickerhoff

    Titles

    Foto Prisma Grubenlampe International Photo-and Cine Exhibition Photoblätter Photo-Magazin (Munich, Germany) Photography Year Book Popular Photography (Milan, Italy) Verbindungsstelle Landwirtschaft-Industrie (Essen, Germany) Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung Westfalenspiegel

    Administrative Information

    Bibliography

    List of books by Albert Renger-Patzsch, and other books illustrated with his photographs, discussed or mentioned in the archive. Arranged chronologically.
    Fuhrmann, Ernst. Reich der Inka, in: Kulturen der Erde. Bilderwerke. Hagen : Folkwang-Verlag, 1922. Fuhrmann, Ernst. Peru II, in: Kulturen der Erde. Bilderwerke. Hagen : Folkwang-Verlag, 1922. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Das Chorgestühl von Kappenberg. Berlin : Auriga-Verlag, 1925. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Die Halligen. Berlin : Albertus, 1927. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Lübeck. Berlin : E. Wasmuth, 1928. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Die Welt ist schön. München : K. Wolff, 1928. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Die Welt ist schön. München : Einhorn, 1928. Schwarz, Rudolf. Wegweisung der Technik. Potsdam : Müller & Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1928- Günther, Hanns. Technische Schönheit. Zürich : Orell Füssli, 1929. Koelsch, Adolf. Hände und was sie sagen. Zürich : Orell Füssli, 1929. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Hamburg. Hamburg : Gebrüder Enoch, 1930. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Norddeutsche Backsteindome. Berlin : Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1930. Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen. Jenaer Glas für Laboratorien. Jena : Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen., 1937. Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen. Jena laboratory glassware. Jena : Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen., 1937. Fuhrmann, Ernst. Das Wunder der Pflanze. Starnberg am See : Oeser, 1938. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Paderborn. Paderborn : Ferdinand Schöningh, 1949. Müller, Otto. Der Dom zu Aachen. Königstein im Taunus : Verlag Karl Robert Langewiesche, 1950? Henze, Helene. Rund um den Möhnesee. Soest : Mocker & Jahn, 1951. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Lob des Rheingaus. Ingelheim am Rhein : C.H. Boehringer, 1953. Botzenhart. Schloss Cappenberg. Soest : Mocker & Jahn, 1953. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Bilder aus dem Erzgebirge: Berge, Wälder und Felder. Radebeul : Imago Strahlbild, 1953-1957. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Bilder aus dem Erzgebirge: Dörfer und Städte. Radebeul : Imago Strahlbild, 1953-1957. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Höxter und Corvey. Soest : Mocker & Jahn, 1954. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Villa Hügel. Essen : Krupp AG, 1954. Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung. WAZ Ein Druk- und Verlagshaus im Ruhrgebiet. Essen : WAZ -Druck, 1954. Westfalen, schaffendes Land. Oldenburg : G. Stalling AG, 1955. Schnack, Friedrich. Dresden wie es wurde und war. München : Knorr & Hirth, 1956. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Deutsche Wasserburgen. Königstein im Taunus : Langewiesche, 1957. Bilder aus der Landschaft zwischen Ruhr und Möhne. Belecke (Möhne) : Siepmann-Werke AG,1957. Schwartz, Hubertus. Soest. Soest : Mocker & Jahn, 1957. Fischer, Wend. Bau, Raum, Gerät. München : R. Riper, 1957. Schubert & Salzer Maschinenfabrik A.-G., Ingolstadt. 75 Jahre Textilmaschinenbau, das Porträt eines Industriebetriebes. Ingolstadt : Schubert & Salzer Machinenfabrik A.-G., 1958. Koch, Alexander. Restaurants, cafés, bars. Stuttgart : A. Koch, 1959. Meier, Michael. Oberrhein: Elsass, Breisgau, Ortenau. München : Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1959. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Hohenstaufenburgen in Süditalien. Ingelheim am Rhein : C.H. Boehringer, 1961. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Bäume. Ingelheim am Rhein : C.H. Boehringer, 1962. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Im Wald, Aufnahmen aus dem Naturpark Arnsberger Wald. Wamel-Möhnesee : Druckwerkstatt Hermann Kätelhön, 1965. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. Gestein. Ingelheim am Rhein : C.H. Boehringer, 1966. Müller, Otto. Der Dom zu Aachen. Königstein im Taunus : Karl Robert Langewiesche Nachfolger Hans Köster, 1966? Leistikow, Dankwart. Hospitalbauten in Europa aus zehn Jahrhunderten. Ingelheim am Rhein : C.H. Boehringer, 1967.
    List of photocopies of articles by or about Albert Renger-Patzsch available in the Getty Research Library's research files. Arranged chronologically.
    Renger-Patzsch, Albert. "My philosophy on photography, in: Photorama, international review of photography." Morstel-Antwerp : Geavert, 1958. October 1958, p. 626-632. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. "Versuch einer Einordnung der Photographie," in: Schrift 6 der Folkwangschule für Gestaltung Essen . München : Prestel Verlag, 1958. Lecture held on Jan. 27, 1956 at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg, Breisgau. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. "Versuch einer Einordnung der Photographie," in: Veröffentlichungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Photographie. Köln : Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie, 1960. 4. Heft, Dezember 1960, p. 3-8. Renger-Patzsch, Albert. "Over de grenzen der fotografie," in: Foto : universeel tijdschrift voor fotografie . Antwerp, Netherlands : C. Misset, 1961. August 1961, p. 396-401. Kempe, Fritz. "Der Vater der modernen Fotografie: über Albert Renger-Patzsch," in: Foto Prisma. Düsseldorf : K. Knapp, 1964. Heft 9, September 1964, p. 451-457. Kleinstra, Hille. "Foto's van bossen en bomen van Albert Renger-Patzsch," in: Foto : universeel tijdschrift voor fotografie. Antwerp, Netherlands : C. Misset, 1964. September 1964, p. 412-419.