First edition. - St. Helena, California, USA : Helena History Press, 2014.
Book — xx, 260 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: List of Figures Acknowledgments Introduction: The Art Market and Its Models "Secession" in a Hungarian context? A Working Definition of Modernism Chapter 1: An Art Market Develops in a Provincial Capital of the Habsburg Empire and Becomes the Center of the Hungarian Art World Artaria as the Model for the Central European Art Dealer The Early Art Market in Pest The Establishment of the Pesti Muegylet The First Exhibitions of the Muegylet Jacopo Marastoni's Reign over the Art Market in the 1840s and 50s Struggles within the Pesti Muegylet over Hungarian-ness Chapter 2: The QuickRise and Sudden Irrelevance of the Salon System The Struggle of the Hungarian Artist The Formation of the OMKT The First OMKT exhibition The OMKT's Structure The First Mucsarnok The OMKT Catalogues The Economics of Painting during the OMKT's Monopoly The Independent Jury and Kezdi-Kovacs' Consolidation of Power The Increasing Irrelevance OMKT Chapter 3: The Nemzeti Szalon Shatters the OMKT's Monopoly The Crisis Years of the 1890s The Establishment of the Nemzeti Szalon First Exhibitions in Budapest and the Countryside Other Revolts: Hollosy School/Nagybanya, Thorma's Martyrs of Arad, the 1900 Salon des Refuses How the Hock Affair Defined the Future of the Art Market The Golden Age of the Nemzeti Szalon under Ernst The New Building on Erzsebet ter The Revolt of the Artist Proletariat under Kezdi-Kovacs The M.I.E.N.K. The Consolidation of Power by Kezdi-Kovacs Chapter 4: Galleries Arise as the New Model of Commerce Galleries in the Late Nineteenth Century The Urania The Eggenberger Self-Staged Exhibitions The KEVE The Salon des Refuses of 1908 Printing in the Later Nineteenth Century The Konyves Kalman Szalon and Rippl-Ronai's Auction The Muveszhaz and the Role of Miklos Rozsa The Ernst Muzeum Conclusion: Returning to the Question of the Hungarian "Secession" Bibliography Appendix: Analysis of Producers, and Market Capacity Total Number of Works Exhibited in a Year Number of Works Exhibited at Each Exhibition Index of Names, Places, Movements, and Institutions
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This important work by American historian Jeffrey Taylor, who spent the last two decades in Hungary and earned his PhD at Central European University in Budapest, serves to detail the nineteenth-century origin of the art market in a Central European nation as its economy was shifting from total dependence on agriculture to a mixed industrial/agricultural model during the Industrial Revolution. The creation of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in 1867 provided Hungary with a measure of equality with Austria, initiating a period when the social and cultural development of Hungary and its newly emerging professional and merchant classes provided a new marketplace, which while bourgeois in nature nevertheless brought "art" to a greater portion of the population. Taylor provides us with a fascinating history, beginning in eighteen hundred, of the art market of Hungary, of the rise of modernism and its conflict with traditional elements. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Bilingual edition. - La Habana, Cuba : Editorial José Martí, 
Book — 262 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"Keith Ellis has swum with respect and wisdom through the rough seas of José Martí's Versos libres and offers the fruit of a lucid, tenacious and responsible work of translation. He does it, moreover, in the format of a bilingual edition, which gives the reading public an incomparable advantage and enhances the editorial undertaking for which we must be thankful, because from now on these Martí poems will be better known." -- back cover.
Población en el pensamiento de la época. Vicisitudes de un término ; Problema racial y realidad cubana postrevolución de 1895
Evolución general de la población. Expansión-recuperación posbélica y movimiento demográfico ; Población joven de varones aptos para el trabajo ; Mayoría blanca y mulata nativa ; Predominio de la población rural
Entre el debate y los rumbos de la inmigración. Debate nacional ; Política migratoria
Inmigrantes hacia Holguín. Oleada inmigratoria ; Aporte demográfico de los que llegaron.
Palo Alto, Calif. : Society for the Promotion of Science and Scholarship, 2008.
Book — xvi, 342 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
During a career that spanned sixty years, Gordon A. Craig (1913-2005) was one of America's leading authorities on diplomatic history and international relations. This volume of previously uncollected essays (with one essay published here for the first time) includes several surveys, from different perspectives, of the field of diplomatic history; comparative studies of American and European conceptions of foreign policy and the balance of power; and essays on the theory and practice of diplomacy, focusing especially on the turbulent twentieth century. (source: Nielsen Book Data)