Heinrich Gustav Hotho (Berlin, 1802 – Berlin, December 25, 1873) was a German historian of art and Right Hegelian. He is famous for being the compiler and editor of Hegel's posthumous work Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik ("Lectures on Aesthetics"). During boyhood he was affected for two years with blindness consequent on an attack of measles. But recovering his sight he studied so hard as to take his degree at Berlin in 1826. A year of travel spent in visiting Paris, London and the Low Countries determined his vocation.

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  • Heinrich Gustav Hotho (* 22. Mai 1802 in Berlin; † 24. Dezember 1873 ebenda) war ein deutscher Philosoph und Kunsthistoriker und bekannt als Herausgeber von Hegels Ästhetik (1835). (de)
  • Heinrich Gustav Hotho (Berlin, 1802 – Berlin, December 25, 1873) was a German historian of art and Right Hegelian. He is famous for being the compiler and editor of Hegel's posthumous work Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik ("Lectures on Aesthetics"). During boyhood he was affected for two years with blindness consequent on an attack of measles. But recovering his sight he studied so hard as to take his degree at Berlin in 1826. A year of travel spent in visiting Paris, London and the Low Countries determined his vocation. He came home delighted with the treasures which he had seen, worked laboriously for a higher examination and passed as "docent" in aesthetics and art history. In 1829 he was made professor at the university of Berlin. In 1833 GF Waagen accepted him as assistant in the museum of the Prussian capital; and in 1858 he was promoted to the directorship of the Berlin print-room. During a long and busy life, in which his time was divided between literature and official duties, Hotho's ambition had always been to master the history of the schools of Germany and the Netherlands. Accordingly what he published was generally confined to those countries. In 1842-1843 he gave to the world his account of German and Flemish painting. From 1853 to 1858 he revised and published anew a part of this work, which he called "The school of Hubert van Eyck, with his German precursors and contemporaries." His attempt later on to write a history of Christian painting overtasked his strength, and remained unfinished. Hotho is important in the history of aesthetics as having developed Hegel's theories; but he was deficient in knowledge of Italian painting. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "article name needed". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. (en)
  • Heinrich Gustav Hotho (22 mai 1802 à Berlin, † 24 décembre 1873 à Berlin) est un philosophe et historien de l'art allemand. Il est célèbre comme compilateur et éditeur des Leçons sur l'esthétique de Hegel (1835-1838). (fr)
  • Nell'infanzia rimase colpito per due anni da cecità, in conseguenza di un attacco di morbillo. Riuscì a recuperare gli anni di studio perduti, tanto da ottenere la laurea in filosofia nell'Università di Berlino nel 1826. In un anno di viaggi, visitò Parigi, Londra e i Paesi Bassi, appassionandosi all'arte. A Berlino, nel 1829, fu professore di estetica e di storia dell'arte; nel 1833 fu anche assistente nel museo berlinese. In una lunga e operosa vita, divisa fra compiti letterari e ufficiali, la sua maggiore ambizione fu quella degli studi storici: sviluppando le teorie estetiche di Hegel - fu un autorevole esponente della Destra hegeliana - dal 1842 diede un importante contributo allo studio della pittura tedesca e fiamminga; dal 1853 al 1858 revisionò parte di quest'opera, pubblicando "La scuola di Hubert van Eyck e i suoi precursori e contemporanei tedeschi". Rimase invece incompiuta una sua storia della pittura cristiana, mentre modesta rimane la sua conoscenza della pittura italiana. (it)
  • ハインリヒ・グスタフ・ホトー(Heinrich Gustav Hotho, 1802年5月22日 - 1873年12月24日)は、ドイツの美術史家、美学者。ヘーゲル哲学の美学における功労者である。ヘーゲル右派の一人として知られる。ベルリン大学教授。 ヘーゲル哲学を基礎に、生と芸術との和解、各美術品の特徴を時代様式と照らし合わせて、美術史の総体的把握を行った。彼の主著『生と芸術のための予備的研究』(1835年)は、美術史のみならず、ヘーゲル哲学の研究の際にも、重要な研究書として知られている。また、ヘーゲル全集の「美学」の編纂も行った。他に『ドイツとオランダの絵画の歴史』がある。 (ja)
  • Генрих Густав Гото (нем. Heinrich Gustav Hotho; Hotho, 1802—1873) — немецкий историк искусства и философ-эстетик гегелевской школы, профессор Берлинского университета; составитель и редактор «Lectures on Aesthetics» Гегеля. (ru)
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  • Heinrich Gustav Hotho (* 22. Mai 1802 in Berlin; † 24. Dezember 1873 ebenda) war ein deutscher Philosoph und Kunsthistoriker und bekannt als Herausgeber von Hegels Ästhetik (1835). (de)
  • Heinrich Gustav Hotho (22 mai 1802 à Berlin, † 24 décembre 1873 à Berlin) est un philosophe et historien de l'art allemand. Il est célèbre comme compilateur et éditeur des Leçons sur l'esthétique de Hegel (1835-1838). (fr)
  • ハインリヒ・グスタフ・ホトー(Heinrich Gustav Hotho, 1802年5月22日 - 1873年12月24日)は、ドイツの美術史家、美学者。ヘーゲル哲学の美学における功労者である。ヘーゲル右派の一人として知られる。ベルリン大学教授。 ヘーゲル哲学を基礎に、生と芸術との和解、各美術品の特徴を時代様式と照らし合わせて、美術史の総体的把握を行った。彼の主著『生と芸術のための予備的研究』(1835年)は、美術史のみならず、ヘーゲル哲学の研究の際にも、重要な研究書として知られている。また、ヘーゲル全集の「美学」の編纂も行った。他に『ドイツとオランダの絵画の歴史』がある。 (ja)
  • Генрих Густав Гото (нем. Heinrich Gustav Hotho; Hotho, 1802—1873) — немецкий историк искусства и философ-эстетик гегелевской школы, профессор Берлинского университета; составитель и редактор «Lectures on Aesthetics» Гегеля. (ru)
  • Heinrich Gustav Hotho (Berlin, 1802 – Berlin, December 25, 1873) was a German historian of art and Right Hegelian. He is famous for being the compiler and editor of Hegel's posthumous work Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik ("Lectures on Aesthetics"). During boyhood he was affected for two years with blindness consequent on an attack of measles. But recovering his sight he studied so hard as to take his degree at Berlin in 1826. A year of travel spent in visiting Paris, London and the Low Countries determined his vocation. (en)
  • Nell'infanzia rimase colpito per due anni da cecità, in conseguenza di un attacco di morbillo. Riuscì a recuperare gli anni di studio perduti, tanto da ottenere la laurea in filosofia nell'Università di Berlino nel 1826. In un anno di viaggi, visitò Parigi, Londra e i Paesi Bassi, appassionandosi all'arte. A Berlino, nel 1829, fu professore di estetica e di storia dell'arte; nel 1833 fu anche assistente nel museo berlinese. Rimase invece incompiuta una sua storia della pittura cristiana, mentre modesta rimane la sua conoscenza della pittura italiana. (it)
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  • Гото, Генрих Густав (ru)
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