French Flower Painters Of The 19th Century

Author: Elisabeth Hardouin-Fugier
Editor: Philip Wilson Publishers, Limited
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Om franske blomstermalere i det 19. århundrede

Dictionary Of Painters And Engravers

Author: Michael Bryan
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Working Among Flowers

Author: Heather MacDonald
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ISBN: 9780300209501
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A superb exploration of the radical re-invention of the floral still life by 19th-century French painters

19th Century European Paintings Drawings And Sculpture

Author: Sotheby's (Firm)
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Library Catalog Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art F N

Author: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Library
Editor: Macmillan Reference USA
ISBN: 9780783820620
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Women Artists In Nineteenth Century France And England

Author: Charlotte Yeldham
Editor: Taylor & Francis
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Deel 2 bevat afbeeldingen van het werk van de kunstenaressen.

Waterstone S Guide To Books

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American Flower Painting

Author: Dennis R. Anderson
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Women Artists And Designers In Europe Since 1800

Author: Penny McCracken
Editor: MacMillan Publishing Company
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Flower Artists Of Kew

Author: William Thomas Stearn
Editor: A&C Black
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Today's botanical artists continue a long tradition of excellence going back over many centuries. The best of their work is of great accuracy and beauty and comparable with that of the more celebrated artists of the past. This book presents a selection of botanical paintings by 19 contemporary artists who have worked at Kew. The plants depicted range from familiar wild flowers to exotic orchids and the paintings include single specimens, groups of plants and detailed analytical studies. Mary Grierson, one of the world's leading botanical painters, advised on the selection of the illustrations. Each plate is accompanied by a description of the plant and the task it presented to the artist, by the eminent botanical scholar Dr William T.Stearn, who has also contributed an introduction to the work of present-day artists and its relation to those of earlier periods. There is also a short biography of each of the artists represented.

The History Of Natural History

Author: Gavin D. R. Bridson
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Bibliographic Guide To Art And Architecture

Author: New York Public Library. Art and Architecture Division
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American Flower Painting 1850 1950

Author: ACA Galleries
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A History And Dictionary Of British Flower Painters 1650 1950

Author: Josephine Walpole
Editor: Antique Collectors Club Limited
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The Dictionary gives the biographical details of hundreds of British flower painters from 1650-1950 including their specialities, awards, exhibitions and bibliographical details. The work of many is illustrated in black and white.

Henri Fantin Latour 1836 1904

Author: Smith College. Museum of Art
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French News

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Dictionary Of Artists

Author: Emmanuel Bénézit
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ISBN: 9782700030761
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Architectural Digest

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Women Art Critics In Nineteenth Century France

Author: Wendelin Guentner
Editor: University of Delaware
ISBN: 1611494478
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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.

Women And Visual Culture In Nineteenth Century France 1800 1852

Author: Gen Doy
Editor: Burns & Oates
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This book examines the relationship of class, gender and race to visual culture in early nineteenth-century France. Drawing extensively on contemporary sources, the author looks at the work of women artists, women art critics and writers to demonstrate that many of the assumptions about female invisibility and objectification in bourgeois culture and society need serious reconsideration. The first half of the nineteenth century was a complex and contradictory period in the formation and contestation of bourgeois ideologies of 'the feminine'. Women, though at a serious disadvantage, became visible as artists, critics and patrons and were not merely invisible, domesticated or 'constructed' by forces outside their control. Women artists such as Angelique Mongez painted heroic neo-classical nudes, while many named (and anonymous) women wrote art criticism, articulating their views as female spectators. Doy also examines notions of 'appropriate' work for women in relation to landscape, genre, sculpture and the emergence of Realism. Of particular interest is the discussion of the representation of black women during this period, when Fren