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Renoir in the 20th century

Renoir, Auguste, 1841-19192010
Books, Manuscripts
This is a publication devoted to the final three decades of Pierre-Auguste Renoir - the decades in which the painter turned away from Impressionism and toward a more decorative approach informed by his own idiosyncratic interpretation of art history
Main title:
Renoir in the 20th century / with essays by Roger Benjamin ... [et al.]
Ostfildern Hatje Cantz c2010
439 p. illustrations (some colour)
Renoir and the art of the past / John House -- Renoir and decorative art : a pleasure without compare / Sylvie Patry -- Dress-up and costuming : Verfremdung in Renoirs late paintings / Claudia Einecke -- Renoir the sculptor? / Emmanuelle Heran -- A painter who has never learned how to draw but who draws well--that is Renoir / Isabelle Gaetan -- Renoir at Cagnes / Virginie Journiac -- Renoir and his early twentieth-century patrons / Monique Nonne -- Late Renoir in the collections of Albert C. Barnes and Leo Stein / Martha Lucy -- Picasso 1917 to 1924 : a Renoirian crisis / Laurence Madeline -- Why did Matisse love late Renoir? / Roger Benjamin -- Renoir and the nabis / Sylvie Patry -- Renoir and Maillol / Emmanuelle Heran -- One must do the painting of ones time / Sylvie Patry -- Chronology / Isabelle Gaetan and Monique Nonne -- Renoir : a photographic record / Isabelle Gaetan
9783775725392 (pbk)
Dewey class:
759.4 REN
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