Adolf RosenbergCarl Adolf Rosenberg (1850 – 1906) was a German theater critic and art historian.
Rosenberg was born as the son of a Prussian merchant in Bydgoszcz and attended secondary school in Berlin and Cologne. He studied classics and archeology at the University of Berlin. After completing his doctorate on the Furies, he undertook study trips to places in Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. He became a prolific writer on the arts and is known best for his illustrated biographies and catalogs on Rubens, Rembrandt and other artists.
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