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Alois Riegl It has been argued, however, that the "Kunstindustrie" was conceived more as a philosophical justification of the concept of "Kunstwollen" than as a study of late antique art. Indeed, one of Riegl's clearer definitions of the concept appears in the final chapter of the "Kunstindustrie":
Stilfragen Thus the concerns of the "Stilfragen" led directly into those of Riegl's next major study, the "Spätrömische Kunstindustrie" ("Late Roman art industry", 1901), in which he approached style change in late antiquity not as a symptom of decline, but as the result of positive artistic concerns.
Alois Riegl In 1901 Riegl published a work that combined his interest in neglected, "transitional," periods with his endeavor to explain the relationship between style and cultural history. This took the form of a study of late antiquity. The "Spätrömische Kunstindustrie" ("Late Roman art industry") (1901) was an attempt to characterize late antique art through stylistic analyses of its major monuments (for example, the Arch of Constantine) and also of such humble objects as belt buckles. The "Kunstindustrie" followed the lead of an earlier work by Riegl's colleague Franz Wickhoff, "Die Wiener Genesis" (1895), a study of late antique manuscript painting. The two books, taken together, were among the first to consider the aesthetic characteristics of late antique art on their own terms, and not as representing the collapse of classical standards. They also led to a controversy between Riegl and Wickhoff, on the one side, and Josef Strzygowski, on the other, concerning the origins of the late antique style.
Josef Strzygowski "Orient oder Rom" was explicitly framed as an attack on "Die Wiener Genesis" (1895), by the Viennese art historian Franz Wickhoff, which had posited a Roman origin for the late antique style, a thesis that was pursued further by Alois Riegl in his "Spätrömische Kunstindustrie", which also appeared in 1901. The ensuing controversy continued for decades and, if it resulted in no clear resolution, significantly raised the prominence of late antique art as an academic field of study.
Franz Wickhoff In 1895 Wickhoff published his major work, "Die Wiener Genesis", a study of the development of Roman art from the time of Augustus to that of Constantine I. The book was significant for its appreciation of both "high imperial" Roman art, and indeed also late antique art, both of which had previously, under the overwhelming influence of Johann Joachim Winckelmann, been considered as stages of progressive decline following the achievements of Greek art. Wickhoff's study would prove to be of great importance for the later "Spätrömische Kunstindustrie" of Alois Riegl, his younger contemporary at the Museum, which continued the project of rehabilitating late antique art. It also sparked the extended feud between Riegl and Wickhoff, on the one side, and Josef Strzygowski, on the other, concerning the origins of the late antique style.