Paul Delaroche: History Painted (Bl - Treasures from the Bodleian Library) (英語) ハードカバー – 2008/6/24
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Bann situates Delaroche and his wide-ranging oeuvre in the context of early nineteenth-century visual culture. From his early historical paintings to experimental pieces influenced by photography, the book analyzes each stage of Delaroches artistic developmentas well as his major masterpieces such as The Execution of Lady Jane Grey and The Princes in the Tower. Bann also analyzes the numerous reproductions of Delaroches works in a variety of visual mediums, including engravings by Mercuri and Henriquel-Dupont, lithographs, popular prints, and the photographs that illustrated Delaroches first retrospective catalog.
An unparalleled and lushly illustrated study, Paul Delaroche restores a neglected master to his rightful place in nineteenth-century European art.
Stephen Bann's Paul Delaroche makes impressive amends for long years of neglect. The Times Stephen Bann's exhaustive monograph makes a case for a "new" Delaroche, and he argues it with detailed analysis of both images and documents, a tangible enthusiasm for his subject and considerable persuasiveness. The Art Newspaper richly illustrated and beautifully produced Burlington Magazine Bann's very lucid narrative presents an important chapter in social history which has been inexplicably neglected; and, in presenting suggestive interpretations based upon political history, psychoanalysis narratology, it offers a rich array of materials other scholars are sure to borrow. Nineteenth-Century French Studies商品の説明をすべて表示する