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Brilliant beginnings : the youthful works of great artists, writers, and composers

Author: Roselyne de Ayala; Jean-Pierre Guéno
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Harry N. Abrams, 2000.
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Ayala, Roselyne de.
Brilliant beginnings.
New York, N.Y. : Harry N. Abrams, 2000
(OCoLC)707438947
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roselyne de Ayala; Jean-Pierre Guéno
ISBN: 0810941171 9780810941175
OCLC Number: 43913178
Description: 231 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), music ; 32 cm
Contents: Pol and Jean de Limbourg: The Bible of the Duke of Burgundy --
Albrecht Durer: Durer's First Self-Portrait --
Michelangelo Buonarroti, known as Michelangelo: Early Sculpture --
Young Members of the Catholic League of Paris: A Gift for Cardinal Gaetani --
Louis XIII: A Latin Poem by a Young King --
Anthony Van Dyck: Portraits by the Young Van Dyck --
Louis of France, Duke of Burgundy, called the Grand Dauphin: Writing History --
Philibert Commerson: The Herbal of Philibert Commerson --
Maria Antonia Josepha of Lorraine, later Queen Marie-Antoinette of France: "Madame my very dear Mother" --
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "God Is Our Refuge" --
Elisabeth Vigee, known as Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun: A Group of Early Portraits --
Germaine Necker, later Madame de Stael: The Education of Minette --
Georges Cuvier: Cuvier's Plants --
Andre Marie Ampere: A Treatise on Conical Sections --
Jane Austen: "The History of England" --
Joseph Mallord William Turner: Early Watercolors --
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres: A Preview of a Great Talent --
Henri Beyle, known as Stendhal: Henri's Advice --
Honore de Balzac: "My Dear Mama" --
Franz Schubert: The Young Composer --
Aurore Dupin, Known as George Sand: "George Sand's" First Letter --
Alfred de Vigny: Youthful Drawings --
Eugene Delacroix: Eugene's Notebooks --
Jules Michelet: A Mother's Death --
Victor Hugo: Hugo's Notebooks --
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Mendelssohn's Good Fortune --
Theophile Gautier: Early Works --
Franz Liszt: "A New Mozart" --
Gerard Labrunie, known as Gerard de Nerval: "National Elegies" --
Alfred de Musset: Love and Poetry --
Charlotte Bronte: "The Search for Happiness" --
Henri of Orleans, Duke of Aumale: Duty and Tradition --
Gustave Flaubert: Flaubert's Passion --
Charles Baudelaire: A Letter to his Brother --
Theodore Chasseriau: "The Napoleon of Painting" --
Jules Verne: A Letter from the Young Jules Verne --
Ernest Renan: A Young Seminarian Loses his Vocation --
Louis Pasteur: A Plea for Advice --
Maurice Dudevant, known as Maurice Sand: "Fresh as an Apple" --
Gustave Moreau: Moreau's Landscapes --
Camille Saint-Saens: An Andante at Five and a Half --
Gustave Dore: Illustrated Stories --
Georges Bizet: Early Compositions --
Auguste Rodin: Early Figures --
Stephane Mallarme: "What the Three Storks Said" --
Claude Monet: Oscar's Caricatures --
Arthur Rimbaud: Rimbaud's Ambition --
Julien Viaud, known as Pierre Loti: The Mysteries of the Orient --
Eugene-Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, known as the Prince Imperial: A Letter to Lavisse --
Marie Bashkirtseff: A Young Aristocrat --
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: Early Works --
Georges Seurat: Stylistic Exercises --
Camille Claudel: A Prodigy in Sculpture --
Suzanne Valadon: Marie's Rebellion --
Marcel Proust: Proust's School Compesitions --
Henri Barbusse: A Young Diarist --
Anna de Brancovan, later Mme. de Noailles: Like the Leaves of a Clover --
Therese Martin, later Saint Theresa of the Infant Jesus: "To Sister Agnes of Jesus" --
Guillaume Lekeu: A Prodigy of the Franck Group --
Pierre Louis, known as Pierre Louys: Comic Sketches --
Pablo Picasso: Drawings of Children --
Wilhelm de Kostrowitzky, known as Guillaume Apollinaire: First Poems --
Jean Cocteau: "Dear Mama" --
Francois Mauriac: "Go Away!" --
Egon Schiele: Early Works --
Jacques Henri Lartigue: "I Juggled with a Brush and a Lens" --
Jean Giono: A Letter to His Parents --
Joan Miro: A Catalan Turtle --
Henri Alban Fournier, known as Alain-Fournier: "This Mean and Shallow Life" --
Louis Aragon: "What a Divine Soul!" --
Henry de Montherlant: First Poems --
Eugene Grindel, known as Paul Eluard: Eluard's First Story --
Antoine de Saint-Exupery: "I Made Myself a Fountain Pen" --
Primo Conti: A Child of Genius --
Marcel Achard: Comedies, Tragedies --
Francoise Marette, the future Francoise Dolto: An Intense Love --
Yves Congar: Wartime Diary --
Jean Moulin: An Unassuming Hero --
Raymond Radiguet: "The Awkward Age" --
Benjamin Britten: "The Royal Falily" --
Salvador Dali: Painting Against the Grain --
Balthasar Klossowski de Rola, known as Balthus: Balthasar's Cat --
Henri Cartier-Bresson: "Drawing is Meditative" --
Anne Frank: In Hiding --
App. Complete Transcriptions of Selected Texts.
Other Titles: Enfance de l'art.
Responsibility: Roselyne de Ayala and Jean-Pierre Guéno ; translated from the French by John Goodman.

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