Ives, Colta Feller.
New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art : Distributed by Harry N. Abrams, ©1992
|提及的人：||Honoré Daumier; Honoré Daumier; Honoré Daumier; Honoré Daumier; Honoré Daumier|
Colta Feller Ives; Margret Stuffmann; Martin Sonnabend; Städtische Galerie im Städelschen Kunstinstitut Frankfurt am Main.; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
|ISBN:||0870996533 9780870996535 0870996541 9780870996542 0810964236 9780810964235|
|注意：||"Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Stadelsche Kunstinstitut and Stadtische Galerie, Frankfurt, November 17, 1992-January 17, 1993, and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, February 26-May 2, 1993"--Title page verso.|
|描述：||xii, 268 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm|
|内容：||Drawing at liberty : Daumier's style / Colta Ives --
Drawing from the mind : reflections on the iconography of Daumier's drawings / Margret Stuffmann --
Sculptural aspects of Daumier's drawings / Martin Sonnabend --
Movement and time in the drawings of Daumier : "still and still moving" / Judith Wechsler --
The artist and the connoisseur in Daumier's work / Klaus Herding --
The expressive face, the impressive figure / Colta Ives --
History and illustration / Margret Stuffman and Martin Sonnabend --
Urbanity and domesticity / Colta Ives --
Experiments in light / Margret Stuffman --
Connoisseurs / Martin Sonnabend --
Lawyers and the courts / Colta Ives --
Sideshows and saltimbanques / Margret Stuffmann --
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza / Martin Sonnabend --
Chronology / Jenny Squires Wilker.
|責任：||by Colta Ives, Margret Stuffmann, and Martin Sonnabend with contributions by Klaus Herding and Judith Wechsler.|
This volume accompanies an exhibition at the Stadel Museum, Frankfurt, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, offering the most extensive display of Daumier's drawings since the Paris retrospectives of 1901 and 1934. Featuring about 150 works from twenty of the world's foremost museums and from private collections, it includes casual sketches produced by the artist to vent his restless imagination as well as many of the highly finished watercolors he designed as formal presentations of his art.
By combining Daumier's drawings with selected examples of his paintings, prints, and bronzes, this book traces the evolution of the artist's succinct and emphatically expressive style from its roots in the European tradition exemplified by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Fragonard to its modern manifestations in the works of Degas, Cezanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Beckmann.
In the course of his long and productive career Daumier returned again and again to favorite themes, often after considerable lapses of time. Thus the works here are grouped by their subject matter into six sections: studies of individual figures and faces; narrative scenes inspired by history or literature; views of contemporary urban and domestic life; dramatic portrayals of lawyers in court; depictions of street performers; and episodes in the wanderings of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
Five essays, in which the exhibition's curators are joined by two other scholars of nineteenth-century art history, investigate particular aspects of Daumier's work as a draughtsman: the character of his fluid, energetic style; the complex iconography and structure of his drawings; the essentially sculptural nature of his art; his effective mastery of pose and gesture; and his personal view of the artist's role in society.
- Daumier, Honoré, -- 1808-1879 -- Exhibitions.
- Daumier, Honoré, -- 1808-1879.
- Daumier, Honoré, -- 1808-1879 -- Catalogues.
- Dessin -- France -- Expositions.
- Daumier, Honoré, -- 1808-1879
- Daumier, Honoré -- (1808-1879) -- Catalogues d'exposition.
- Francfort-sur-le-Main -- Expositions -- 1993.
- New-York -- Expositions -- 1993.
- Daumier, Honoré -- 1808-1879 -- Exhibitions