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The Barbizon School & the Origins of Impressionism
ASIN번호 0714829196
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상품구분 Books / Arts & Photography / Hardcover
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상품설명
From Library Journal The group of French painters who came to be known as the Barbizon School took their name from the tiny village southwest of Paris where they often worked. Drawing their inspiration from 17th-century Dutch and more recent English landscape painting, the Barbizon painters developed a philosophy of landscape realism informed by the sociopolitical climate of the Bourbon Restoration. The coalescence in the 1840s of a "school" united in its opposition to Classical conventions was a signal event in the history of modern art, laying the groundwork for such later and more celebrated innovators as the Impressionists and the Fauves. Adams's book, a painstakingly researched and beautifully illustrated account of this important period in French history, is the first to appear in many years. He has taken particular care to discuss the stylistic and thematic antecedents of the school and to show how these influences are manifested in the work of individual painters. A superb investigation of a long-overshadowed subject; recommended for all collections. Douglas F. Smith, Oakland P.L., Cal. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. Read more About the Author Steven Adams teaches art history at the School of Art and Design at the University of Hertfordshire and is a freelance lecturer at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Gallery in London. Read more








상품설명
From Library Journal The group of French painters who came to be known as the Barbizon School took their name from the tiny village southwest of Paris where they often worked. Drawing their inspiration from 17th-century Dutch and more recent English landscape painting, the Barbizon painters developed a philosophy of landscape realism informed by the sociopolitical climate of the Bourbon Restoration. The coalescence in the 1840s of a "school" united in its opposition to Classical conventions was a signal event in the history of modern art, laying the groundwork for such later and more celebrated innovators as the Impressionists and the Fauves. Adams's book, a painstakingly researched and beautifully illustrated account of this important period in French history, is the first to appear in many years. He has taken particular care to discuss the stylistic and thematic antecedents of the school and to show how these influences are manifested in the work of individual painters. A superb investigation of a long-overshadowed subject; recommended for all collections. Douglas F. Smith, Oakland P.L., Cal. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. Read more About the Author Steven Adams teaches art history at the School of Art and Design at the University of Hertfordshire and is a freelance lecturer at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Gallery in London. Read more




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