Painting and Sculpture in Europe 1880-1940

ISBN-10: 0300053223
ISBN-13: 9780300053227
Edition: 3rd (Reprint)
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Description: Traces the origins and growth of modern art, assessing the intrinsic qualities of individual works and describing the social forces in play. The result is a guide through the forest of artistic labels - Impressionism and Expressionism, Symbolism,  More...

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List price: $27.50
Edition: 3rd
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 11/25/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 610
Size: 5.79" wide x 8.27" long
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Traces the origins and growth of modern art, assessing the intrinsic qualities of individual works and describing the social forces in play. The result is a guide through the forest of artistic labels - Impressionism and Expressionism, Symbolism, Cubism, Constructivism, Surrealism and others. This book also traces the achievements of Degas and Cezanne, Ensor and Munch, Matisse and Kandinsky, Picasso, Braque and Epstein, Mondrian, Dali, Modigliani, Utrillo and Chagall, Klee, Henry Moore and many other artists in a revolutionary age.

Forewordp. 11
Introductionp. 15
Later Impressionismp. 21
Edgar Degasp. 22
Auguste Renoirp. 27
Claude Monetp. 34
Paul Cezannep. 41
Georges Seurat and Neo-Impressionismp. 49
James McNeill Whistler and Impressionism in Englandp. 57
Auguste Rodinp. 62
Medardo Rossop. 71
Symbolist Artp. 75
Gustave Moreaup. 77
Pierre Puvis de Chavannesp. 79
Odilon Redonp. 81
Paul Gauguinp. 83
Vincent van Goghp. 94
The School of Pont-Aven and the Nabisp. 105
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrecp. 113
James Ensorp. 118
Edvard Munchp. 122
Ferdinand Hodlerp. 129
Art Nouveau and Jugendstilp. 131
Symbolist Art in Russia: The Slavic Revival and Mir Iskusstvap. 136
Symbolist Art in Spain: The Early Work of Pablo Picassop. 140
English Symbolists: Burne-Jones, Beardsley, Augustus Johnp. 146
Symbolist Sculpturep. 149
Aristide Maillolp. 153
Expressionismp. 157
The Fauves (1900-10): Matisse, Derain, and Vlaminckp. 158
Georges Rouaultp. 176
Modern German Artp. 180
Wilhelm Lehmbruckp. 185
Ernst Barlachp. 188
Kathe Kollwitzp. 189
Paula Modersohn-Beckerp. 191
Emil Noldep. 193
Die Brucke (The Bridge): 1905-14p. 197
Kandinsky in Munich: 1896-1914p. 205
Franz Marc and Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider): 1910-16p. 215
Henri Rousseau, 'le Douanier', and the Naive Paintersp. 222
Post-Impressionist and Fauve Influences in British Paintingp. 228
Cubismp. 235
Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso: 1906-20p. 235
Juan Grisp. 250
Fernand Legerp. 253
Cubism as a Movement: 1910-14p. 258
Orphic Cubism: 1909-14p. 264
Purism: 1918-25p. 267
Cubist Sculpturep. 269
Henri Laurensp. 269
Alexander Archipenkop. 271
Ossip Zadkinep. 272
Raymond Duchamp-Villonp. 272
Jacques Lipchitzp. 275
Futurism: 1909-16p. 279
Vorticism: 1913-20p. 291
Abstract and Non-Objective Artp. 303
Abstract and Non-objective Art in Russia: 1904-22p. 305
Larionov, Goncharova, and Rayonismp. 306
Malevich and Suprematismp. 310
Constructivismp. 313
El Lissitzkyp. 317
De Stijl in The Netherlands: 1917-32p. 319
Theo van Doesburgp. 322
Piet Mondrianp. 326
The Bauhaus and Abstract Art in Germanyp. 331
Lyonel Feiningerp. 334
Oskar Schlemmerp. 334
Kandinsky at the Bauhaus: 1922-33p. 337
Laszlo Moholy-Nagyp. 340
Josef Albers and Max Billp. 342
Willi Baumeisterp. 345
The Abstract Film: Viking Eggeling and Hans Richterp. 347
Abstract Art in Francep. 349
Later Constructivist Sculpture: Pevsner and Gabop. 352
Abstract Art in Englandp. 358
Dada and Surrealismp. 365
Dada in Zurich: 1916-21p. 365
Dada in New York: 1913-21p. 369
Dada in Berlin and Cologne: 1918-20p. 378
Dada in Hanover: Kurt Schwittersp. 383
Dada in Paris: 1919-22p. 386
From Dada to Surrealism: Andre Bretonp. 388
Giorgio de Chirico and the Scuola Metafisica: 1913-19p. 391
The Surrealist Imagep. 396
Max Ernstp. 396
Yves Tanguyp. 402
Salvador Dalip. 404
Rene Magritte and Paul Delvauxp. 407
Abstract Surrealism: Andre Masson and Joan Mirop. 410
The Surrealist Objectp. 418
Alberto Giacomettip. 419
The Surrealist Movement in Englandp. 420
The School of Paris: 1920-40p. 425
Amedeo Modiglianip. 427
Chaim Soutinep. 430
Jules Pascinp. 432
Maurice Utrillop. 433
Marc Chagallp. 435
Neo-Romanticism: Berman, Tchelitchew, and Balthusp. 439
The Later Work of Matissep. 442
The Later Work of Braquep. 448
The Later Work of Picassop. 453
Constantin Brancusi and Jean Arpp. 462
Julio Gonzalezp. 470
Other Schools and Mastersp. 473
Art in Germany: 1920-40p. 474
George Grosz and Otto Dixp. 475
Carl Hofer and Max Beckmannp. 479
German Sculpture: 1920-40p. 484
'Entartete Kunst' (Degenerate Art)p. 486
Austrian Expressionism: Richard Gerstl and Egon Schielep. 487
Oscar Kokoschkap. 490
Paul Kleep. 494
Painting in Belgium and Holland: 1900-40p. 499
Painting and Sculpture in Italy: 1920-40p. 506
Stanley Spencer and Henry Moorep. 512
Notesp. 521
Bibliographyp. 553
List of Illustrationsp. 592
Indexp. 601
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