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The art of the French illustrated book, 1700 to 1914

Autore: Gordon Norton Ray; Thomas V Lange; Charles V Passela; Pierpont Morgan Library,; Cornell University Press,
Editore: New York, N.Y. ; Ithaca, N.Y. : Pierpont Morgan Library : Cornell University Press, 1982. ©1982
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Ray, Gordon Norton, 1915-1986.
Art of the French illustrated book, 1700 to 1914.
New York, N.Y. : Pierpont Morgan Library ; Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1982
(OCoLC)629791295
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Gordon Norton Ray; Thomas V Lange; Charles V Passela; Pierpont Morgan Library,; Cornell University Press,
ISBN: 0801415357 9780801415357 0875980783 9780875980782
Numero OCLC: 8470682
Note: "[W]ritten to accompany an exhibition at the Pierpont Morgan Library from April through July of 1982 ... these volumes constitute the first comprehensive history in English of French book illustration from 1700 to 1914. By their inclusion of lithographic albums, indeed, they go beyond any comparable book in French"--Page xiii.
Issued as paperback or casebound volumes.
Descrizione: 2 volumes (xxxii, 557 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
Contenuti: v.1. Preface --
Introduction for collectors --
The catalogue --
Forerunners --
I: From Baroque to Rococo (1700-1749). Bernard Picart ; Philippe d'Orléans ; Claude Gillot ; Charles-Antoine Coypel ; Jean-Baptiste Oudry ; Francois Boucher ; Charles-Nicolas Cochin --
II: High Rococo (1750-1788). Hubert-François Bourguignon, called Gravelot ; Charles Eisen ; Abbé Jean-Claude-Richard de Saint-Non ; Pierre-Philippe Choffard ; Charles Monnet ; Jean-Baptiste Le Prince ; Jean-Jacques-François Le Barbier ; Pierre-Clément Marillier ; Jean-Michel Moreau, called Moreau le Jeune ; Jacques de Sève ; Books illustrated by two or more artists ; Jacques-Philippe-Joseph de Saint-Quentin --
III: Revolution to Restoration (1789-1819). The Didots and their illustrators ; Pierre-Paul Prud'hon ; Jean-Honoré Fragonard ; The contemporary scene ; Color printing ; The miniature illustrators ; Nicolas-André Monsiau --
IV: Romantic lithography. Early lithography ; Théodore Géricault ; Baron Taylor and the picturesque ; Richard Parkes Bonington ; The Napoleonic epic: Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet, Hippolyte Bellangé, Auguste Raffet ; The passing scene presented in color: Jean-Ignace-Julien Gérard, called J.-J. Grandville, Henry Monnier, Eugène Lami ; Lithography and romantic literature: Eugène Delacroix, The periodicals ; Sulpice-Guillaume Chevallier, called Gavarni ; Honoré Daumier --
v.2. V: Romantic engraving on wood and metal (1820-1850). The early years (1820-1835) ; Alfred and Tony Johannot ; Jean-Ignace-Julien Gérard, called J.-J. Grandville ; Raffet and other illustrators of the Napoleonic tradition ; Sulpice-Guillaume Chevallier, called Gavarni ; Célestin Nanteuil ; Other books illustrated by single artists: Jean-François Gigoux, Théophile Fragonard, Honoré Daumier, Eugène Lami, Théodore Chassériau, Albert-d'Arnoux Bertall ; Books illustrated by two or more artists --
VI: Interregnum (185I-1884). Gustave Doré ; Other books with engravings on wood or metal ; Chromolithography ; The revival of etching ; Edouard Manet --
VII: The great renewal (1885-1914). The traditional book: Edouard Pelletan, Paul Avril, Hector Giacomelli, Léon Lhermitte, Maurice Leloir, Daniel Urrabieta, called Daniel Vierge, Luc-Olivier Merson, Georges Jeanniot, Albert Robida, Adolphe Giraldon, Georges Rochegrosse, Charles-Lucien Léandre, Alexandre Lunois, Henri-Jules-Ferdinand Bellery-Desfontaines, Paul-Emile Colin, The younger generation ; Paris, 1900: Auguste Lepère, Pierre Vidal, Jean-Franc̥ois Raffaëlli, Jean-Louis Forain, Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen, Louis Legrand, Louis Morin, Charles Jouas, Edgar Chahine, Tony Minartz, Illustrators of Maupassant ; Art Nouveau and the triumph of color. Eugène Grasset, Jules Chéret, The periodicals, Maurice Boutet de Monvel, Alphonse Mucha, Georges de Feure, Pierre Roche ; Symbolism: Félicien Rops, Henri Fantin-Latour, Odilon Redon, Carlos Schwabe, Armand Séguin, Maurice Denis ; Painters' books: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre Bonnard, Auguste Rodin, Gustave Leheutre, František Kupka, André Derain, Pablo Ruiz Picasso, Raoul Dufy, Camille Pissarro, Emile Bernard, Albert Besnard --
Appendix I: Examples of fine bindings --
Appendix II: One hundred outstanding French illustrated books, 1700-1914.
Responsabilità: Gordon N. Ray ; formal bibliographical descriptions by Thomas V. Lange ; photography by Charles V. Passela.

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