Japanese art. by. Hartmann, Sadakichi, 1867-1944.
Japanese art. Boston, L. C. Page & company.
Carl Sadakichi Hartmann (November 8, 1867 – November 22, 1944) was an American art and photography critic and poet of German and Japanese descent. Hartmann, born on the artificial island of Dejima, Nagasaki to a Japanese mother Osada Hartmann and German businessman Carl Herman Oskar Hartmann and raised in Germany, arrived in Philadelphia in 1882 and became an American citizen in 1894.
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Born to a Japanese mother and a German father, Sadakichi Hartmann began his career as a freelance art critic in the .
Born to a Japanese mother and a German father, Sadakichi Hartmann began his career as a freelance art critic in the 1890s. Famous for his bohemian lifestyle, he became one of America’s few recognized authorities on Japanese culture following the publication of his book, Japanese Art, in 1904. In his 1910 book on artist James McNeill Whistler, he anticipated in many ways the modernist directions that contemporary painting would shortly take. Among Hartmann’s most significant contributions to art criticism were his writings on photography. Between 1896 and 1916, he penned more than 650 articles.
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Category:Sadakichi Hartmann. Our Last Walk Together. The valiant knights of Daguerre : selected critical essays on photography and profiles of photographic pioneers. Deutsch: Carl Sadakichi Hartmann (1867-1944) war ein amerikanischer Dichter, Essayist, Kunstkritiker, Bühnenautor und Schauspieler deutsch-japanischer Abstammung. Er war ein prominentes Mitglied der Greenwich Village-Bohème von New York.
Alternative Titles: Carl Sadakichi Hartmann, Sadakichi, Sidney Allen. Sadakichi Hartmann, in full Carl Sadakichi Hartmann, (born November 8, 1867, Nagasaki, Japan-died November 21, 1944, St. Petersburg, Florida, . American art critic, novelist, poet, and man of letters. The son of a German father and Japanese mother, Hartmann went to the United States as a boy (he became a naturalized citizen in 1894).