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The Railway: Art in the Age of Steam - Kennedy / Treuherz Ian / Julian
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2007, ISBN: 9780300138788

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Medellín: Universidad de Antioquia, 2007. 27cm. xv, 55 p color and b/w plates, cat., bibl., color pict. fldg. wrps., OCLC: 176649819 Artist Montoya (b. Santander, Colombia 1963) presents an aesthetic account of the history of painting with literary texts that express his feelings on selected examples of international painting, from the Pre-Historic rock art of Lascaux, the murals of ancient Egypt, the Flemish masters, the 20th century surrealists and impressionists to the contemporary painters of Colombia: Débora Arango, Alipio Jaramillo, Fernando Botero and Fabian Rendón. Artists: Giotto, Rubliov, El Bosco, Leonardo, Durero, Cranach, Grunewald, Rafael, Baldung, Lucas de Leyde, Tiziano, Holbein el Joven, El Tintoretto, Bruegel, François Dubois, El Greco, Georges de la Tour, Velásquez, Rembrandt, CHarles Le Brun, Vemeer, Piranesi, Goya, Hokusai, Géricault, Delacroix, Manet, Degas, Cézanne, Monet, Gauguin, GUadalupePosada, Van Gogh, Rouault, Klee, Picasso, Hopper, Otto Dix, Magritte, Débora Arango, Alipio Jaramillo, Botero, Fabián Rendón., Universidad de Antioquia, 2007, -University of California Press (21 May 2004)-. Exhibition catalogue. 222x290mm 288 pages. Illustrated in colour. Softback. Very good. 'The miracle of "La Grande Jatte" is its coincidence of critical distinction and popular celebration. High, low, mass, and popular cultures meet in mutual delight, continuing to revel in the mysteries of that Parisian Sunday' - from "The Park in the Museum" by Neil Harris. 'Bedlam', 'scandal', and 'hilarity' were among the epithets used to describe the effect of what is now considered Georges Seurat's greatest work, and one of the most remarkable paintings of the nineteenth century, when it was first exhibited in Paris in 1886. "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte" - 1884, an extensive landscape peopled with over forty figures, took the artist almost two years to complete. This sumptuous book, created to accompany a major exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, provides a fascinating, in-depth examination of the gestation, execution, and influence of Seurat's masterpiece. "La Grande Jatte" has been part of the Art Institute of Chicago's collection since 1926. Bringing together all known studies and drawings directly related to the painting, this volume provides a visual and contextual survey of Seurat's working methods and aesthetic priorities, as well as the evolutionary process that culminated in his singular achievement. Included are more than fifty-five preparatory works, ranging from rich conte crayon drawings to oil sketches on small wood panels to larger studies painted on canvas. In their quantity, intricacy, and variety, these works reveal a compositional process that harks back to Old Master traditions and methods, which had been largely abandoned by Seurat's immediate predecessors, the Impressionists. The many studies attest to the artist's ambitions for his masterpiece and open up a broader context for understanding the work. Seurat scholar Robert L. Herbert makes new revelations about the painting's relationship to its preparatory studies, stressing Seurat's empirical craftsmanship. He compares "La Grande Jatte" to paintings by Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, and Signac and analyzes the ways that twentieth-century critics, including Meyer Schapiro, T.J. Clark, and Linda Nochlin, have viewed the picture. He proposes that the enduring fascination of the famous canvas comes from Seurat's mixture of fashion and irony. Also giving new perspectives in this book, the noted cultural historian Neil Harris charts how and why "La Grande Jatte" attained its revered status at the Art Institute of Chicago and throughout the United States. Additionally, the exhibition's cocurators examine the painting's place in the museum's collection. Essays by Art Institute conservators show how Seurat transferred and altered figures from studies to final canvas and elucidate the exact nature of his pigments and brushwork. Color scientist Roy Berns traces the efforts to digitally recapture the original hues of Seurat's time-altered masterpiece. A landmark publication, this book provides dazzling proof of why "La Grande Jatte" is among the most frequently reproduced paintings in the world and why it continues to fascinate scholars and art lovers today. We are specialists in Catalogues: Exhibitions, Auctions, Collections, etc., with a picture of the cover available on request. All items are as described and dispatched within 36 hours in a secure package. We are professional booksellers with over 30 years experience and a real-life bookshop. You may order with confidence., -University of California Press (21 May 2004)-, Berkeley. 2004. University Of California Press. 1st Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. 288 pages. paperback. 0520242114. keywords: Art France. inventory # 35277. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘The miracle of La Grande Jatte is its coincidence of critical distinction and popular celebration. High, low, mass, and popular cultures meet in mutual delight, continuing to revel in the mysteries of that Parisian Sunday.’–from ‘The Park in the Museum’ by Neil Harris. ‘Bedlam,’ ‘scandal,’ and ‘hilarity’ were among the epithets used to describe the effect of what is now considered Georges Seurat’s greatest work, and one of the most remarkable paintings of the nineteenth century, when it was first exhibited in Paris in 1886. A Sunday on La Grande Jatte–1884, an extensive landscape peopled with over forty figures, took the artist almost two years to complete. This sumptuous book, created to accompany a major exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, provides a fascinating, in-depth examination of the gestation, execution, and influence of Seurat’s masterpiece. La Grande Jatte has been part of the Art Institute of Chicago’s collection since 1926. Bringing together all known studies and drawings directly related to the painting, this volume provides a visual and contextual survey of Seurat’s working methods and aesthetic priorities, as well as the evolutionary process that culminated in his singular achievement. Included are more than fifty-five preparatory works, ranging from rich conté crayon drawings to oil sketches on small wood panels to larger studies painted on canvas. In their quantity, intricacy, and variety, these works reveal a compositional process that harks back to Old Master traditions and methods, which had been largely abandoned by Seurat’s immediate predecessors, the Impressionists. The many studies attest to the artist’s ambitions for his masterpiece and open up a broader context for understanding the work. Seurat scholar Robert L. Herbert makes new revelations about the painting’s relationship to its preparatory studies, stressing Seurat’s empirical craftmanship. He compares La Grande Jatte to paintings by Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, and Signac and analyzes the ways that twentieth-century critics, including Meyer Schapiro, T.J. Clark, and Linda Nochlin, have viewed the picture. He proposes that the enduring fascination of the famous canvas comes from Seurat’s mixture of fashion and irony. Also giving new perspectives in this book, the noted cultural historian Neil Harris charts how and why La Grande Jatte attained its revered status at the Art Institute of Chicago and throughout the United States. Additionally, the exhibition’s cocurators examine the painting’s place in the museum’s collection. Essays by Art Institute conservators show how Seurat transferred and altered figures from studies to final canvas and elucidate the exact nature of his pigments and brushwork. Color scientist Roy Berns traces the efforts to digitally recapture the original hues of Seurat’s time-altered masterpiece. A landmark publication, this book provides dazzling proof of why La Grande Jatte is among the most frequently reproduced paintings in the world and why it continues to fascinate scholars and art lovers today. ISBN: 0520242114., Mint in publishers cloth in like dustjacket (still shrink wrapped). Steam locomotives gripped the imagination when they first appeared in nineteenth-century Europe and America. Aboard these great machines, passengers travelled at faster speeds than ever before while watching the scenery transform itself and take on new forms. Common notions of time and space were forever changed. Through vivid illustrations and engaging texts, The Railway: Art in the Age of Steam captures both the fear and excitement of early train travel as it probes the artistic response to steam locomotion within its social setting. Featuring paintings, photography, prints, and posters, the book includes numerous masterpieces by 19th- and 20th-century artists, including J. M. W. Turner, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Charles Sheeler, and Edward Hopper. With its wide variety of themes - landscape painting, the conquest of the West, Impressionism, issues of social class, Modernism, the aesthetics of the machine, and environmental concerns - this work promises an exhilarating journey for both train and art enthusiasts and for anyone interested in one of the industrial ages defining achievements. Published in association with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, and Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool. ISBN 0300138784

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The Railway: Art in the Age of Steam
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Kennedy, Ian G.; Treuherz, Julian

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The Railway: Art in the Age of Steam

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9780300138788

Steam locomotives gripped the imagination when they first appeared in nineteenth-century Europe and America. Aboard these great machines, passengers travelled at faster speeds than ever before. This work captures both the fear and excitement of early train travel as it probes the artistic response to steam locomotion within its social setting.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780300138788
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0300138784
Version reliée
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: YALE UNIV PR
287 Pages
Poids: 2,440 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780300138788

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