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Women Art Critics in Nineteenth-Century France
Author: Wendelin Guentner
Publisher: University of Delaware
ISBN: 1611494478
Pages: 382
Year: 2013-03-14
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This book is the first sustained study of a corpus of writings by women art critics active in nineteenth-century France that have all but “vanished” from the historical record. Written by scholars in art history and in literature, the essays employ a variety of interdisciplinary approaches and methodologies to study the women’s reception of specific artworks and aesthetic movements in the nineteenth century, the intersections of aesthetics and politics in their essays, and their rhetorical strategies and literary styles.
The Brush and the Pen
Author: Dario Gamboni
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226280551
Pages: 401
Year: 2011
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French symbolist artist Odilon Redon (1840–1916) seemed to thrive at the intersection of literature and art. Known as “the painter-writer,” he drew on the works of Poe, Baudelaire, Flaubert, and Mallarmé for his subject matter. And yet he concluded that visual art has nothing to do with literature. Examining this apparent contradiction, The Brush and the Pen transforms the way we understand Redon’s career and brings to life the interaction between writers and artists in fin-de-siècle Paris. Dario Gamboni tracks Redon’s evolution from collaboration with the writers of symbolism and decadence to a defense of the autonomy of the visual arts. He argues that Redon’s conversion was the symptom of a mounting crisis in the relationship between artists and writers, provoked at the turn of the century by the growing power of art criticism that foreshadowed the modernist separation of the arts into intractable fields. In addition to being a distinguished study of this provocative artist, The Brush and the Pen offers a critical reappraisal of the interaction of art, writing, criticism, and government institutions in late nineteenth-century France.
La Critique d'art en France, 1850-1900
Author: Jean Paul Bouillon
Publisher: Université de Saint-Etienne
ISBN: 2901559301
Pages: 231
Year: 1989
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Contemporary French and francophone art
Author: Michael Bishop
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042018771
Pages: 238
Year: 2005-01-01
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Présente vingt-trois essais consacrés à l'art français et francophone depuis 1980, en proposant une analyse critique d'une cinquantaine d'artistes aussi divers que des écrivains, photographes, peintres.
Émulations n°9 : Art, participation et démocratie
Author: Delphine Masset
Publisher: Presses univ. de Louvain
ISBN: 2875580604
Pages: 136
Year: 2012-05-01
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Avec la modernité, l'art serait en effet devenu le lieu privilégié pour l’institution d’un nouveau rapport au monde, loin des conventions sociales et des règles de bienséance, permettant l’émergence d’un nouveau rapport au politique.
The Temptation of Saint Redon
Author: Stephen F. Eisenman, Odilon Redon
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226195481
Pages: 289
Year: 1992-12-15
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Bristling with demons, grotesques, and bizarre apparitions, the graphic work of Odilon Redon has often seemed to be the product of a mind unhinged. In The Temptation of Saint Redon, Stephen F. Eisenman argues instead that these works are Redon's conscious and considered response to changing social realities—an attempt to find refuge from the forces of modernization in an imaginative world of the macabre and the fantastic. Eisenman's careful attention to the circumstances of Redon's life (1840-1916) allows him to bring into focus the interconnections between Redon's complex style and the culture and society of his time. Born and raised on a sixteenth-century estate near Bordeaux, Redon was immersed as a child in traditional rural culture. "I spent my entire childhood in the Médoc completely free, among peasant children," he recalled in his memoirs. "I heard them tell supernatural tales—witches still exist there." Indeed, local tales and legends of witches, ghosts, one-eyed monsters, evil eyes, and wood fairies figure prominently in Redon's graphic works, which he called his noirs, or "blacks." After formal training at Bordeaux and Paris in the 1850s and 1860s, Redon began to chart his independent artistic course. Eisenman shows how, rejecting both naturalism and classicism, Redon, a prototypical Symbolist, found in grotesque and epic genres the expression of organic communities and precapitalist societies. He places Redon's desire for this imagined world of superstitious simplicity a desire manifest in his entire mature artistic practice in the context of contemporary avant-garde movements. Redon's great noirs of the 1870s and 1880s, dreamlike configurations of seemingly irreconcilable elements from portraits, still lifes, and landscapes, show an increasingly subtle control of connotation and a complex indebtedness to caricature, allegory, and puns. Many of the noirs also visually interpret works by like-minded authors, including Baudelaire, Flaubert, Poe, and Mallarmé, one of Redon's close friends. Eisenman's analysis of the noirs underscores Redon's interest in creating an imaginative, even fantastic art, that could act directly on the human spirit. In addition to deepening our understanding of Redon and his art, The Temptation of Saint Redon exposes a link between place, politics, personal history, and the artistic imagination.
Journal d'un critique d'art désabusé (2009-2011)
Author: Michel Ragon
Publisher: Editions Albin Michel
ISBN: 2226248544
Pages: 188
Year: 2013
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Comment un jeune Vendéen débarqué de Nantes à l’été 1945 est-il devenu ce critique d’art au flair redoutable qui a su déceler dès le début les peintres devenus désormais incontournables, celui qui a fait connaître le mouvement Cobra (Appel, Constant, Corneille) en France et a suivi avec une amitié fidèle l’oeuvre de Soulages, de Hartung, d’Atlan, de Dubuffet jusqu’à aujourd’hui ? Michel Ragon dans ce Journal tenu entre 2009 et 2011, à l’occasion de rétrospectives et d’expositions de peintres devenus désormais des classiques, revient sur ses rencontres, ses amitiés, ses admirations et ses dégoûts. S’amusant du non-art, déplorant le "financial art", il évoque une époque où les artistes créaient sans s’occuper du marché, revendiquaient une vision de l’art allant à l’encontre des modes du moment, suivis souvent par des galeristes qui croyaient en eux, en leur génie et quelques critiques pour qui l’admiration tenait lieu de pain quotidien. Arman, Klein, Spoerri, Pollock, Alechinsky, Jorn, Chaissac, Etienne-Martin, Zao Wou-Ki, tant d’artistes qui ont marqué leur temps, d’autres oubliés comme Nicolas Schöffer ou Georges Mathieu après avoir été célèbres, Michel Ragon leur rend hommage en témoin, acteur et historien de cette seconde moitié du XXe siècle si foisonnant en oeuvres capitales qui font désormais partie de notre patrimoine culturel.
French Connection
Author: Léa Gauthier
Publisher: Black Jack éditions
Pages: 797
Year: 2008
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The Artist and His Critic Stripped Bare
Author: Paul B. Franklin
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 1606064436
Pages: 384
Year: 2016-06-01
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Robert Lebel, French art critic and collector, was instrumental in rendering Marcel Duchamp’s often hermetic life, art, and ideas accessible to a wider public across Europe and the United States, principally with his 1959 publication Sur Marcel Duchamp, the first monograph and catalogue raisonné devoted to the artist. Duchamp was a willing partner in the book’s creation. In fact, his active participation in both its conception and layout was so substantial that the book is considered part of the artist’s oeuvre. But the project took six years to complete. The trials, tribulations, quarrels, and machinations that plagued the production, publication, and publicity of Sur Marcel Duchamp are the focus of this correspondence between two lifelong friends. Translated and printed in full together for the first time, and including the original French texts, these letters, postcards, and telegrams from the collection of the Getty Research Institute offer uncensored access to the evolution of the relationship between Lebel and Duchamp from December 1946 to April 1967. They provide valuable information about their daily activities as well as those of friends and colleagues, vital details concerning their various collective projects, and illuminating insights into their thinking about art and life. These documents, witty and sincere, bear witness to the art of friendship and a friendship in art.
Art Criticism and Its Institutions in Nineteenth-century France
Author: Michael R. Orwicz
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 071903860X
Pages: 200
Year: 1994-01-01
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This book explores a range of social, institutional and discursive conditions in and through which criticism emerged and functioned in 19th-century France, and goes on to develop broader theoretical questions drawn from historical case studies.
Nineteenth Century French Art
Author: Henri Loyrette
Publisher: Flammarion-Pere Castor
Pages: 463
Year: 2007
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Almost twenty years after the creation of the Musee d’Orsay, the 19th century seems more than ever to be the “Golden Age” of French art. It boasts names such as Ingres and Delacroix, Manet and Puvis de Chavannes, Gustave Eiffel and Charles Garnier. French art became a universally accepted benchmark, spreading the discoveries of Impressionism, the Haussmann models, and the daring of art nouveau far beyond its borders, and receiving in return, in the form of the countless artists who flocked to its hub, numerous influences from abroad. Other key movements associated with the19th century include Romanticism; Neo-Classicism, “orientalism,” and japonisme; Realism; the Barbizon School and plein-air painting; Neo-Impression, Cloissonism, and the Nabis; and Symbolism.This complete, chronological history is illustrated by more than 400 illustrations and covers painting, sculpture, and architecture, as well as the advent of photography, its impact on painting, and its emergence as an art form of its own.
Titres, toiles et critique d'art
Author: Leo H. Hoek
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042013869
Pages: 389
Year: 2001-01-01
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Dans Titres, toiles et critique d'art, Leo H. Hoek interroge deux types de discours — les titres picturaux et la critique d'art — sur les fondements institutionnels de leur fonctionnement discursif et social. Les diverses formes de manifestation des titres picturaux et les jugements de l'art par un journaliste débutant comme Emile Zola, servent de points de départ à un examen approfondi de la fonction institutionnelle du discours sur l'art au dix-neuvième siècle français. L'interaction entre les 'règles de l'art' et les changements institutionnels dans le 'champ artistique' (Pierre Bourdieu) permet à l'auteur de mettre en lumière le rôle social des titres picturaux et de la critique d'art. Il s'avère que la poétique des titres picturaux et l'évaluation de l'œuvre d'art sont toutes les deux motivées beaucoup plus par les déterminants institutionnels que constituent les rapports de force entre les positions dans le champ artistique, que par les qualités présumées des œuvres commentées. Cette exploration interdisciplinaire du rôle ambigu et fascinant qu'ont joué ces deux types de commentaire sur l'art, se situe à l'entrecroisement de plusieurs disciplines concourantes comme l'histoire de l'art, l'histoire littéraire et la sociologie institutionnelle et donc au coeur même de l'étude des rapports entre le texte et l'image.
Dictionnaire thématique du roman de moeurs en France, 1814-1914: J-Z
Author: Philippe Hamon, Alexandrine Viboud
Publisher: Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle
ISBN: 2878544544
Pages: 410
Year: 2008
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Reprise de l'édition de 2003 qui élargit la période prospectée. Ce dictionnaire relève des thèmes récurrents du roman naturaliste-réaliste français du XIXe siècle d'auteurs tels que zola, Daudet, Maupassant, Loti, Mirbeau, Rosny, etc. Il entreprend d'explorer ainsi les différents aspects de la vie en société d'Abandon à Voyage en passant par Prostitution, Travail ou Alcool. [Memento].
French XX Bibliography
Author: William J. Thompson
Publisher: Associated University Presse
ISBN: 1575911256
Pages: 516
Year: 2008-08-01
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This annual French XX Bibliography provides the most complete listing available of books, articles, and book reviews concerned with French literature since 1885. Unique in its scope, thoroughness, and reliability of information, it has become an essential reference source in the study of modern French literature and culture. The bibliography is divided into three major divisions: general studies, author subjects (arranged alphabetically), and cinema. Number 59 in the series contains 12,703 entries. William J. Thompson is Associate Professor of French and Undergraduate and Interdisciplinary Programs in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Memphis.
La Promenade du critique influent
Author: Jean Paul Bouillon
Pages: 433
Year: 1990
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