Jacques-Louis David's 'Marat'

ISBN 13: 9780521563376

Jacques-Louis David's 'Marat'

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9780521563376: Jacques-Louis David's 'Marat'

This book focuses on Jacques-Louis David's 'Marat', one of the key works of art created during the period of the French Revolution and one of the most important works of Western painting. Providing an introduction that outlines the general history of the painting, it provides six new essays, each specially written for this volume, which examine the work from a variety of methodologies, including feminist, psychoanalytic and material analysis approaches. Each of these essays provides for a broader and deeper understanding of the painting, the circumstances in which it was created and commissioned, and its critical and art historical reception over two centuries.

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Focuses on Jacques-Louis David's 'Marat', one of the key works of art created during the period of the French Revolution and one of the most important works of Western painting. It provides six essays, each specially written for this volume, which examine the work from a variety of methodologies.

Contenuti:

Introduction William Vaughan and Helen Weston; 1. Marat, l'Ami du Peuple, David: love and discipline in the summer of '93 Tom Gretton; 2. David's Marat as posthumous portrait Anthony Halliday; 3. Terror and the Tabula Rasa: Marat in an international pictorial context William Vaughan; 4. Methods and materials in David's Marat Libby Sheldon; 5. The Corday-Marat Affair: no place for a woman Helen Weston; 6. Staging sacrifice: Munch, Picasso and Marat David Lomas; Chronology, Bibliography; Index.

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Will Vaughn (Editor), Helen Weston (Editor)
Editore: Cambridge University Press (1999)
ISBN 10: 0521563372 ISBN 13: 9780521563376
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Descrizione libro Cambridge University Press, 1999. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0521563372

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