Rosso Parigi

Autore: Maureen Gibbon
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ISBN: 9788806228408
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A Moment S Monument

Autore: Sharon Hecker
Editore: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520294483
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Medardo Rosso (1858–1928) is one of the most original and influential figures in the history of modern art, and this book is the first historically substantiated critical account of his life and work. An innovative sculptor, photographer, and draftsman, Rosso was vital in paving the way for the transition from the academic forms of sculpture that persisted in the nineteenth century to the development of new and experimental forms in the twentieth. His antimonumental, antiheroic work reflected alienation in the modern experience yet also showed deep feeling for interactions between self and other. Rosso’s art was also transnational: he refused allegiance to a single culture or artistic heritage and declared himself both a citizen of the world and a maker of art without national limits. In this book, Sharon Hecker develops a narrative that is an alternative to the dominant Franco-centered perspective on the origin of modern sculpture in which Rodin plays the role of lone heroic innovator. Offering an original way to comprehend Rosso, A Moment’s Monument negotiates the competing cultural imperatives of nationalism and internationalism that shaped the European art world at the fin de siècle.

Foreign Artists And Communities In Modern Paris 1870 1914

Autore: Susan Waller
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 135156692X
Grandezza: 55,60 MB
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Foreign Artists and Communities in Modern Paris, 1870-1914 examines Paris as a center of international culture that attracted artists from Western and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Americas during a period of burgeoning global immigration. Sixteen essays by a group of emerging and established international scholars - including several whose work has not been previously published in English - address the experiences of foreign exiles, immigrants, students and expatriates. They explore the formal and informal structures that permitted foreign artists to forge connections within and across national communities and in some cases fashion new, transnational identities in the City of Light. Considering Paris from an innovative global perspective, the book situates both important modern artists - such as Edvard Munch, Sonia Delaunay-Terk, Marc Chagall and Gino Severini - and lesser-known American, Czech, Italian, Polish, Welsh, Russian, Japanese, Catalan, and Hungarian painters, sculptors, writers, dancers, and illustrators within the larger trends of international mobility and cultural exchange. Broadly appealing to historians of modern art and history, the essays in this volume characterize Paris as a thriving transnational arts community in which the interactions between diverse cultures, peoples and traditions contributed to the development of a hybrid and multivalent modern art.

Rosso Fiorentino

Autore: Carlo Falciani
Editore: Giunti
ISBN: 8809798074
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PDF: FL2327

Rictus Soffici E Apollinaire Paladini Dello Scultore Medardo Rosso Tra Parigi E Firenze 1904 1929

Autore: Jean-François Rodriguez
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ISBN:
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Nuovo Formulario Magistrale Preceduto Da Nozioni Sopra Gli Spedali Di Parigi E Generalit Sull Arte Di Formulare

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Il Rosso E Il Nero

Autore: Stendhal
Editore: Bur
ISBN: 8858618130
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Il punto di partenza è offerto da un fatto di cronaca: tra il 28 e il 31 dicembre 1827 La Gazette des Tribunaux pubblica, in quattro puntate, il resoconto del processo ad Antoine Berthet, un ex seminarista che nella chiesa di Brangues, piccola città dell'Isère, aveva sparato, durante una funzione religiosa, a M.me Michould de la Tour, madre dei ragazzi di cui era stato, per qualche tempo, istitutore. La condanna a morte fu eseguita a Grenoble il 23 febbraio 1828. Più tardi Stendhal dichiarerà con spavalda civetteria, di non aver inventato proprio nulla. In realtà - anche se la cronaca giudiziaria gli fornisce uno spunto più significativo di quanto non si riconosca abitualmente - Stendhal ha inventato tutto. (dall'introduzione di Mario Lavagetto)

Parigi

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Editore: Touring Editore
ISBN: 9788836521715
Grandezza: 34,85 MB
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