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Franz Kugler (1808–1858)

Kugler, Franz Theodor (kög’ler). A German writer on art and its history; born at Stettin, Jan. 19, 1808; died at Berlin, March 18, 1858. He was appointed a professor of fine arts in the University of Berlin in 1833. His works are: ‘History of Painting from Constantine the Great to the Present Times’ (1837); ‘Handbook of the History of Art’ (1841–42); ‘History of Architecture’ (1856). He is also the author of a popular ‘History of Frederick the Great’ (1840).