Series: Kunst am See

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Herburger : Landschaften von Julius Herburger by Armin Ayren1
Johann Georg Dirr : der Bildhauer und Stukkator Johann Georg Dirr, ein Bodenseemeister des Spätbarocks by Erika Dillmann3
William Straube : Der Maler William Straube by William Straube4
Joseph Anton Feuchtmayer: Der Bildhauer, Altarbauer und Stukkator Joseph Anton Feuchtmayer (Kunst am See) by Wilhelm Boeck5
Kunst der Moderne: Uberblick uber die Kunst der Moderne in der Region Bodensee-Oberschwaben (Kunst am See)6
Votivbilder: Volkskunst aus dem Raum Bodensee-Oberschwaben (Kunst am See) by Leander Petzoldt7
Die Grafen von Montfort: Geschichte und Kultur8
Georg Muche : die Jahrzehnte am Bodensee - Das Spätwerk by Gisela Linder10
Kunst der Moderne II. Deutsche Maler am Bodensee im Hegau und in Oberschwaben by Eva Moser11
Hans Dieter : Maler und Poet vom Bodensee by Richard Kreidler14
Frühe Photographie, 1840-1914: Das optische Gedachtnis der Bodensee-Landschaft by Ditmar Albert15
Der Genremaler Reinhard Sebastian Zimmermann, 1815–1893 by Siegfried Tann16
Die Pfarrkirche Eriskirch: Spätgotik am Bodensee (Kunst am See)17
Johann Sebastian Dirr: 1766 - 1830. Ansichten vom Bodensee by Benno Lehmann18
Max Ackermann. Kleine Formate der 30er und 40er Jahre by Lutz Tittel20
Volkskunst: Volkstumliche Kunst rund um den Bodensee (Kunst am See) by Leander Petzoldt21
Wege zu Hans Multscher von Reichenhofen : Maler und Bildhauer in Ulm 1400–1467 by Walter Münch22
Die Künstlervereinigung "Der Kreis" : Maler und Bildhauer am Bodensee 1925-1938 by Edeltraud Fürst24
Oswald Poetzelberger (1893-1966) by Oswald Poetzelberger27
Jakob Bräckle - Haus und Hof by Ulrich Degreif33

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