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His father was a cloth manufacturer, and Strzygowski initially intended to pursue the same trade, beginning an apprenticeship in a weaving plant in In , however, he abandoned this career and enrolled at the University of Vienna. He soon transferred to the University of Munich , where he studied art history and completed a dissertation on the iconography of the Baptism of Christ, published in as Ikonographie der Taufe Christi. Late in life he stated that this work led to the question which would define all of his subsequent scholarship: "What is Rome, what, in reality, is Italian and European art? In he was appointed to the faculty of the University of Graz , but in and , he lived in Cairo , where he studied the early Byzantine and Islamic art of Egypt , and compiled a catalog of the Coptic art in the Cairo Museum. Upon his return he entered a period of intense scholarly activity, publishing numerous articles on Byzantine and Islamic art, fields in which he considered himself to be the pioneer. Drawing on such diverse materials as Palmyrene art and sculpture, Anatolian sarcophagi, late antique ivories from Egypt, and Coptic textiles, Strzygowski argued, in overtly racial and often racist terms, that style change in late antiquity was the product of an overwhelming "Oriental" or "Semitic" influence.

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Josef Strzygowski

Upon his return he entered a period of intense scholarly activity, publishing numerous articles on Byzantine and Islamic art, fields in which he considered himself to be the pioneer. Drawing on such diverse materials as Palmyrene art and sculpture, Anatolian sarcophagi, late antique ivories from Egypt, and Coptic textiles, Strzygowski argued, in overtly racial and often racist terms, that style change in late antiquity was the product of an overwhelming "Oriental" or "Semitic" influence. 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. His appointment resulted in an enduring schism among Viennese art historians, pitting Strzygowski against Max Dvorak and Julius von Schlosser , which was exacerbated when Strzygowski established his own research institute within the university the "Wiener Institut" or "Erstes kunsthistorisches Institut".

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