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Gustav Friedrich Waagen (1794–1868)

Waagen, Gustav Friedrich (vä’gen). A German historian of art; born at Hamburg, Feb. 11, 1794; died at Copenhagen, July 15, 1868. He wrote: ‘Art Works and Artists of England and Paris’ (3 vols., 1837–39); ‘Art Works and Artists of Germany’ (2 vols., 1843–45); ‘The Treasures of Art in Great Britain’ (3 vols., 1854); ‘The Most Notable Art Monuments in Vienna’ (2 vols., 1866–67); ‘The Collection of Paintings in the Imperial Hermitage at St. Petersburg’ (1867).