Short CV/Education and training

  • 1974
    PhD in art history (Dr phil.), University of Bonn, Germany

  • 1979 – 1980
    Museum assistant at the Bavarian National Museum in Munich, Germany

  • 1981 – 1985
    Assistant professor at the Institute of Art History at LMU Munich

  • 1985 – 1991
    Research associate at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz (KHI – Art History Institute in Florence), Italy

  • 1991
    Habilitation (postdoctoral qualification) in art history (Dr phil. habil.) at TU Berlin, in the section for Historical and Communication Sciences

  • 1992 – 1998
    Acting professor at the Institute of Art History, LMU Munich

  • Since 2001
    Adjunct professor at the Institute of Art History, LMU Munich

Selected publications

  • Roettgen, S.: Natur und Kultur in der Wahrnehmung der "nordischen Wanderer". In: Viaggio in Italia, Künstler auf Reisen 1770 – 1880, Catalogue ed. by Pia Müller Tamm and Astrid Reuter (Karlsruhe 2010), Munich 2010. pp. 40-57.

  • Roettgen, S.: La cultura dell'Antico nella Firenze del Settecento. Una proposta di lettura. In: Studi di Storia dell'Arte, Nr. 20, Todi 2010. pp. 181-204.

  • Roettgen, S.: Von der malerischen Idylle zur Freilichtmalerei: Ariccia, Albano und das Oratorio del Crocifisso in den Veduten der Deutschrömer. In: Festschrift Frank Büttner on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Munich 2008. pp. 95-115.

  • Roettgen, S.: Wandmalerei in Italien. Vom Barock bis zur Aufklärung 1600 – 1800. Munich (Hirmer) 2007.

  • Roettgen, S.: Anton Raphael Mengs (1728 – 1779). Volume 2: Leben und Wirken. Munich (Hirmer) 2003.

  • Roettgen, S.: Kunsttopographie in Bayern – Zur Genese und zur Problematik einer Methode. In: Chr. Drude, Hubertus Kohle (eds.), 200 Jahre Kunstgeschichte in München (Symposium, Munich, LMU, June 2002). Munich 2003. pp. 9-28.

  • Roettgen, S.: "Und so gross die Figur ist, so ist sie doch ohne Grösse". Canovas "Carattere forte" im Spiegel der Kritik seiner Zeit. In: Ästhetische Probleme der Plastik im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Ed. by A.M. Kluxen. Monograph series of the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Nuremberg. Nuremberg 2001. pp. 73-109.

  • Roettgen, S.: Anton Raphael Mengs 1728 – 1779. Volume 1: Das malerische und zeichnerische Werk. Munich (Hirmer) 1999.

  • Roettgen, S.: Dal "Börsen-Courier" di Berlino al "Genio" di Firenze. Lo storico Robert Davidsohn (1853 – 1937) e il suo inedito lascito fiorentino. In: Wissenschaft, Kunst und Forschungspolitik um 1900. Die Gründung des Kunsthistorischen Instituts in Florenz. Ed. by M. Seidel. Venice 1998. pp. 313–338.

  • Roettgen, S.: Begegnungen mit Apollo. Zur Rezeptionsgeschichte des Apollo vom Belvedere im 18. Jahrhundert. In: Il Cortile delle Statue. Der Statuenhof des Belvedere im Vatikan. Ed. by M. Winner et al., Mainz 1998. pp. 253-274.

  • Roettgen, S.: Fiorillo und die spanische und englische Kunst – Beobachtungen zu seiner Methode. In: Johann Dominikus Fiorillo. Kunstgeschichte und romantische Bewegung um 1800. Ed. by A. Middeldorf-Kosegarten. Göttingen 1997. pp. 370-387.

  • Roettgen, S.: Wandmalerei der Frührenaissance in Italien. Die Blütezeit 1470 – 1510. Munich (Hirmer) 1997.

  • Roettgen, S.: Wandmalerei der Frührenaissance in Italien. Anfänge und Entfaltung. 1400 – 1470. Munich (Hirmer) 1996.


Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the Friends of the Institute of Art History at LMU Munich, Germany

  • Member of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für die Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts (DGEJ – German Society for 18th Century Research)

  • Member of the Verband deutscher Kunsthistoriker (Association of German Art Historians)

  • Committee of the DGEJ, since 2008

  • socio di correspondenza of the Accademia del Disegno in Florence, Italy, since 2006

  • Rudolf Wittkower Professorship, Bibliotheca Hertziana (Max Planck Institute) Rome, Italy, 2002

  • Scientific advisory board of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation, Potsdam, 2001 – 2007

  • Review board for "Aesthetics" of the German Research Foundation (DFG), Bonn, 2000 – 2008

  • Director of the Friends of the Institute of Art History at LMU Munich, 1999 – 2006

  • German Research Foundation (DFG), KHI Florence, Italy, 1990 – 1991

  • Fritz Thyssen Foundation, in collaboration with the Bavarian National Museum, Munich, Germany 1980

  • German Research Foundation (DFG), Bibliotheca Hertziana Rome and Instituto de Historia de arte D. Velázquez, Madrid, Spain, 1976 – 1979

Additional qualifications

Peer review activities:

  • Serenissima, the trans-city hub. The cultural "axis" Dresden–Venice–Rome in the 18th century. (Interdisciplinary symposium, Venice, Italy; Deutsches Studienzentrum (German Study Centre), May 2001). zeitenblicke. Online journal for historical sciences, 2, 2003, Nr. 3

  • Mengs. La scoperta del Neoclassico. Exhibition catalogue (Padua, Fondazione Pal. Zabarella, March – June 2001). Venice (Marsilio) 2001

  • Sculpture & statuary art on Munich's streets and plazas. Art in public spaces 1945 – 1999. Munich (Idea Verlag) 2000


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