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Fri Mar 21 17:07:20 2014 UTClccn-n800572280.29Gustave Courbet /0.500.86Courbet et la Commune : Paris, Musée d'Orsay, 13 mars-11 juin 200022160734Gustave_Courbetn 80057228438970C Gust. 1819-1877C, GustaveC. Gustave 1819-1877Coubert, Gustave, 1819-1877CourbetCourbet, 1819-1877Courbet, GustaveCourbet, Jean-Désiré-GustaveCourbet, Jean-Désiré-Gustave 1819-1877Gust. CGust. C 1819-1877Gustave CourbetKurbe, Gi︠u︡stavKurbe, Gi︠u︡stav, 1819-1877Kurbe, Gjustav 1819-1877Курбе, Гюстав, 1819-1877クールベlccn-n80060675Chu, Petra ten-Doesschateotharrcmmtrledtlccn-n87929513Nochlin, Lindalccn-n82131849Faunce, Sarahlccn-n83125209Clark, T. J.(Timothy J.)lccn-n80065847Rubin, James Henrylccn-n81004027Herding, Klausedtlccn-nr2002022216Font-Réaulx, Dominique deauicrelccn-n81033733Fernier, Robertedtlccn-no97048131Riat, Georgeslccn-n81013399Mack, Gerstle1894-1983Courbet, Gustave1819-1877Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsPictorial worksHistoryRecords and correspondenceArtBiographyCatalogsCourbet, Gustave,FranceRealism in artArt and societyPaintersPainting, FrenchInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Painter's studio (Courbet, Gustave)Proudhon, P.-J.--(Pierre-Joseph),Social historyLandscapes in artPsychologyAutonomy (Psychology)Naturalism in artNaturalism in literatureSocial problems in artArt, FrenchArt, ModernCommune (Paris : 1871)ArtPolitical and social viewsFrance--ParisSocial problemsCorrespondence (Courbet, Gustave)GermanyRomanticism in artDelacroix, Eugène,Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique,February Revolution (France : 1848)Political sciencePaintingDrawingNature (Aesthetics)BiographyRealismPainting, ModernMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston18191877183118391844184518491850185118521853185418551856185718591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318751876187718781880188118821883188418881889189518961900190119031905190619071908190919101911191219131917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133318713192413759.4ND553.C9ocn312527245ocn006990524ocn682057877ocn643255987ocn310657692ocn180874611ocn074733219ocn612611345ocn315515683ocn023167917ocn461586546ocn258183814ocn463541849ocn461390134ocn258273404ocn578927320ocn463068323ocn835570960ocn844874962ocn465580007ocn186282034ocn185276296ocn438950248ocn439107524ocn441857609ocn780764654ocn799756598ocn438700104ocn441822475ocn797926960ocn439929021ocn440037192ocn781178302ocn721297723ocn074224532ocn709805000ocn073589038ocn721926960ocn055883918ocn693023499ocn6918210919215ocn017300998book19880.47Faunce, SarahCourbet reconsideredExhibition catalogs6167ocn026127953book19930.29Faunce, SarahGustave CourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+17368456356058ocn007703259book19210.39Bade, PatrickCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works+-+36190440366028ocn183264382book20070.53Le Men, SégolèneCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksWhen the great French realist painter Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) began his career in the 1840s, grand historical, mythological, and biblical themes were still felt to be the most fitting subjects for ambitious painting. Yet Courbet, a dynamic and boundlessly self-confident man, proud of his rural origins and guided by his strong republican beliefs, rejected these subjects as too remote from actual experience. Instead, he depicted scenes of everyday life, particularly among the peasants and the working class, with a naturalism then considered shocking. His paint handling was correspondingly direct: disdaining the "licked finish" of the academic painters, he laid on his colors boldly, often with a palette knife as well as a brush. And Courbet's vision was as expansive as it was daring: while his reputation is founded on the heroically scaled realist masterworks A Burial at Ornans and The Painter's Studio, he also executed many excellent nudes (including the notoriously explicit Origin of the World), portraits and self-portraits, landscapes, marines, and even still lifes. This lucidly written monograph from noted art historian Ségolène Le Men provides a new understanding of how Courbet's life and milieu shaped his art. Le Men organizes her text both chronologically and thematically: while the five chapters correspond to the successive phases of Courbet's career, each comprises several subsections that discuss individual aspects of his oeuvre. This hybrid approach allows Le Men to present a multifaceted view of Courbet's artistic achievements, exploring their relation to the politics, the literature, the popular imagery, and even the music of his time. With more than three hundred stunning color illustrations, including all of Courbet's most important paintings and many fine examples of his draftsmanship, this is the definitive study of a painter whose spirited pursuit of an independent aesthetic path has led many critics to call him "the first modern artist."+-+72245743255936ocn061151583book20060.37Morton, Mary GCourbet and the modern landscapeExhibition catalogs+-+01831874355429ocn003414398book19770.31Foucart, BrunoG. CourbetA French art historian's study of the life, personality, and works of one of the most lyrical painters of the nineteenth century22412ocn008330657book19780.73Toussaint, HélèneGustave Courbet : 1819-1877 : [an exhibition organized by the Réunion des musées nationaux], at the Royal Academy of Arts, 19 January-19 March 1978 : [catalogueExhibition catalogs21715ocn005354092book19780.84Courbet, GustaveCourbet und Deutschland : [Hamburger Kunsthalle, 19. Oktober-17. Dezember 1978, Städt. Galerie im Städelschen Kunstinst. Frankfurt am Main, 17. Januar-18. März 1979Exhibition catalogs2088ocn004210246book19770.73Toussaint, HélèneGustave Courbet : 1819-1877 : [exposition organisée par la Réunion des musées nationaux et l'Arts Council of Great Britain], Grand Palais, 30 septembre 1977-2 janvier 1978 : [catalogueExhibition catalogs18050ocn005106379book19250.73Courbet, GustaveCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsUn texte remanié à la lumière des derniers travaux sur Courbet et la publication de sa correspondance12011ocn035122198book19960.76Courbet, GustaveCorrespondanceRecords and correspondenceAnalyse: Contient des lettres écrites depuis Vevey, La Tour-de-Peilz et, en annexe une chronologie p. 549 - 554, une table signalétique des lettres p. 556 - 580, un index biographique des correspondants p. 581 - 592, une table des oeuvres de Courbet p. 593 - 607, une table de concordance alphabétique des oeuvres de Courbet p. 608 - 6101159ocn043803450book20000.86Courbet, GustaveCourbet et la Commune : Paris, Musée d'Orsay, 13 mars-11 juin 2000HistoryExhibition catalogs10511ocn224941164book20070.70Courbet, GustaveGustave Courbet : [Catalogue de l'exposition] galeries nationales du Grand palais, Paris, 13 octobre 2007-28 janvier 2008, the Metropolitan museum of art, New York, 27 février-18 mai 2008, musée Fabre, Montpellier, 14 juin-28 septembre 2008Exhibition catalogsContient une analyse des tableaux "Le Château de Chillon" & "Coucher de soleil sur le lac Léman" (p. 422-423)948ocn053961388book19970.39Rubin, James HenryCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThe story of Gustave Courbet who, "rebuffed by the Parisian art world and attacked as a 'Realist,' seized upon that name to assert his radical sympathy for ordinary citizens and their down-to-earth experience."--Cover+-+3536839625939ocn004026883book19770.81Fernier, RobertLa Vie et l'œuvre de Gustave Courbet : catalogue raisonnéBiographycatalogue raisonné795ocn288915931visu20020.39Jaubert, AlainDu romantisme au réalisme Delacroix, Ingres, CourbetCriticism, interpretation, etc3e film: "1851 : 'Un enterrement à Ornans' fait scandale, il n'est pourtant que la représentation d'une cérémonie funéraire, avec des gens ordinaires. Le 'réalisme' de Courbet n'est pas une simple reproduction photographique du réel, mais une véritable expérience métaphysique du regard et de la perception. 'Un enterrement à Ornans' est une oeuvre aux implications symboliques et plastiques secrètes, une oeuvre très complexe qui n'a pas fini de surprendre."--Verso du conteneur7632ocn797292223book19480.50Mack, GerstleGustave CourbetBiographyExhibition catalogs+-+0028531585674ocn001088856book19590.70Philadelphia Museum of ArtGustave Courbet, 1819-1877Exhibition catalogs634ocn682057877book20100.37Courbet : ein Traum von der Moderne ; [anlässlich der Ausstellung Courbet - ein Traum von der Moderne Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, 15. Oktober 2010-30. Januar 2011]+-+7471720228634ocn000482038book19710.32Pinto, SandraCourbet; [the life and work of the artistCriticism, interpretation, etc140023ocn000517589book19260.50Mack, GerstleGustave CourbetBiographyExhibition catalogs+-+00285315858797ocn003206873book19730.47Lindsay, JackGustave Courbet: his life and artBiography8662ocn019920038book19900.53Fried, MichaelCourbet's realismCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+906717177583212ocn001182874book19730.50Clark, T. JImage of the people: Gustave Courbet and the 1848 revolutionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcArtThis work discusses the art of Gustave Courbet in the years directly after the 1848 revolution, showing how complex Courbet's intuition of the social and political issues of the time really was, and how appropriate were the pictures he painted for the Salon of 1851+-+18654955053248235ocn778436077com19210.39Bade, PatrickCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works7715ocn000024443book19290.39Fernier, RobertGustave CourbetExhibition catalogs7562ocn000102952book19690.39Boudaille, GeorgesGustave Courbet, painter in protest7534ocn002463652book19760.50Chu, Petra ten-DoesschateCourbet in perspective"Provides a selection of articles that represent the changing views of Courbet's works, ranging from the opinions of his contemporaries to current evaluations of the artist. The articles examine such themes as the nature of Courbet's realism, the political content of his pictures, and the relationship of his work to various artistic traditions. Illustrated with reproductions of his works"--Back cover7223ocn000699674book19730.50Clark, T. JImage of the people; Gustave Courbet and the second French Republic, 1848-1851HistoryArt6504ocn037302251book19970.39Rubin, James HenryCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThe story of Gustave Courbet who, "rebuffed by the Parisian art world and attacked as a 'Realist,' seized upon that name to assert his radical sympathy for ordinary citizens and their down-to-earth experience."--Cover+-+353683962564734ocn001073632book19000.73Courbet, GustaveCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsUn texte remanié à la lumière des derniers travaux sur Courbet et la publication de sa correspondance6422ocn006422636book19800.63Rubin, James HenryRealism and social vision in Courbet & ProudhonPictorial works6094ocn183262592book20080.53Courbet, GustaveGustave CourbetExhibition catalogs"Spanning Gustave Courbet's entire artistic career and political involvement, this volume examines his major works - self-portraits, portraits, genre paintings, landscapes, nudes, hunting scenes, and still lifes. Essays shed light on Courbet's development of a realistic, critical style, describe his great influence on both contemporaries and later generations, and consider his works in their own art-historical context, as well as his relationship to early photography."--BOOK JACKET+-+14567202286074ocn070122540book20070.53Chu, Petra ten-DoesschateThe most arrogant man in France : Gustave Courbet and the nineteenth-century media cultureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+34217664155831ocn794493104com20060.33Riat, GeorgesCourbetPictorial worksA child of materialism and positivism, Courbet was one of the most complex painters of the 19 th century. In his rejection of tradition, Courbet did not hesitate to confront the truth by liberating painting from conventional rules, becoming the leader of pictorial realism. This book presents a wide selection of the artist's most impressive works in a convenient format, making it the ideal gift for all art lovers5641ocn022906439book19910.63Herding, KlausCourbet : to venture independence5526ocn000517780book19380.63Boas, GeorgeCourbet and the naturalistic movement; essays read at the Baltimore Museum of Art, May 16, 17, 18, 19385311ocn023971346book19920.59Courbet, GustaveLetters of Gustave CourbetRecords and correspondenceThe French Realist painter Gustave Courbet (1819-77), a pivotal figure in the emergence of modern painting, remains an artist whose interests, attitudes, and friendships are little understood. A voluminous correspondent, Courbet himself, through his letters, offers a tantalizing avenue toward a keener assessment of his character and accomplishments. In her critical edition of over six hundred of the artist's letters, Petra ten-Doesschate Chu presents just such a look at the inner life of the artist; her unparalleled feat of gathering together all of Courbet's known letters, many heretofore unpublished and untranslated, is sure to change our evaluation of Courbet's creativity and of his place in nineteenth-century French life. Beginning when Courbet left his provincial home at eighteen and ending eight days before his death in exile in Switzerland, this correspondence enables readers to follow the artist's development from youth to mature artist of international repute. Addressed to such varied and key figures of the Second Empire and the early Third Republic as Charles Baudelaire, Alfred Bruyas, Max Buchon, Champfleury, Pierre Dupont, Theophile Gautier, Victor Hugo, Claude Monet, the Comte de Nieuwerkerke, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Jules Simon, Jules Valles, and Francis Wey, Courbet's letters offer numerous insights into the artist's private and public personae, his work, and his participation in the cultural and political life of his day. They will encourage a rethinking of fixed notions about Courbet while they help to form a more nuanced picture of the artist's marketing strategies, his relation to the contemporary media, his deliberate choice of subject matter for Salon paintings, his preoccupation with photography, and his reasons for participating in the Commune. The correspondence is also important for a better understanding of Courbet's work. The letters reveal that the artist produced an uninterrupted flow of portraits of family and friends, work unaccounted for today that appears to be as crucial to the development of Courbet's art as his larger, better-known paintings. Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, a recognized expert on nineteenth-century French art, has spent over ten years collecting, translating, and annotating these letters. Along with her annotations, she has provided this edition with an introduction, a detailed chronology, short biographies of Courbet's correspondents and persons appearing frequently in the letters, a list of paintings and sculptures mentioned in the letters, and an inventory of the letters and their whereabouts. The result is an invaluable cultural resource, as useful as it is readable, as illuminating as it is entertaining+-+58016617755028ocn823742604com20080.53Riat, GeorgesGustave CourbetBiographyChild of materialism and positivism, Courbet was without a doubt one of the most complex painters of the nineteenth century. Symbolising the rejection of traditions, Courbet did not hesitate to confront the public with the truth by liberating painting of conventional rules. He became from then on the leader of pictorial realism+-+25310440364299ocn084996542book20070.53Le Men, SégolèneCourbetCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksWhen the great French realist painter Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) began his career in the 1840s, grand historical, mythological, and biblical themes were still felt to be the most fitting subjects for ambitious painting. Yet Courbet, a dynamic and boundlessly self-confident man, proud of his rural origins and guided by his strong republican beliefs, rejected these subjects as too remote from actual experience. Instead, he depicted scenes of everyday life, particularly among the peasants and the working class, with a naturalism then considered shocking. His paint handling was correspondingly direct: disdaining the "licked finish" of the academic painters, he laid on his colors boldly, often with a palette knife as well as a brush. And Courbet's vision was as expansive as it was daring: while his reputation is founded on the heroically scaled realist masterworks A Burial at Ornans and The Painter's Studio, he also executed many excellent nudes (including the notoriously explicit Origin of the World), portraits and self-portraits, landscapes, marines, and even still lifes. This lucidly written monograph from noted art historian Ségolène Le Men provides a new understanding of how Courbet's life and milieu shaped his art. Le Men organizes her text both chronologically and thematically: while the five chapters correspond to the successive phases of Courbet's career, each comprises several subsections that discuss individual aspects of his oeuvre. This hybrid approach allows Le Men to present a multifaceted view of Courbet's artistic achievements, exploring their relation to the politics, the literature, the popular imagery, and even the music of his time. With more than three hundred stunning color illustrations, including all of Courbet's most important paintings and many fine examples of his draftsmanship, this is the definitive study of a painter whose spirited pursuit of an independent aesthetic path has led many critics to call him "the first modern artist."+-+5121375505+-+1736845635+-+1736845635Fri Mar 21 15:34:33 EDT 2014batch66839