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Egyptomania : Egypt in western art, 1730-1930 : [exhibition] Paris, Musée du Louvre, 20 January-18 April 1994 ; Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada, 17 June-18 September 1994 ; Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 16 October 1994-29 January 1995 Aperçu de cet ouvrage
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Auteur : Jean-Marcel HumbertMichael PantazziChristiane ZieglerNational Gallery of Canada.Musée du Louvre.Tous les auteurs
Éditeur : Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada ; Paris : Réunion des Musées Nationaux, ©1994.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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A unique phenomenon in the history of art, Egyptomania was born at the juncture of science and imagination. It draws its substance from scholarly knowledge about ancient Egypt, from the lore transmitted by travellers and writers, and from the repertory of myths and symbols thus generated.
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Genre/forme : Exhibitions
In art Exhibitions
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Egyptomania.
Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada ; Paris : Réunion des Musées Nationaux, ©1994
(OCoLC)625113795
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Jean-Marcel Humbert; Michael Pantazzi; Christiane Ziegler; National Gallery of Canada.; Musée du Louvre.; Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.
ISBN : 0888846363 9780888846365
Numéro OCLC : 30715840
Notes : Exhibition catalog.
Description : 607 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contenu : From One Egyptomania to Another: The Legacy of Roman Antiquity / Christiane Ziegler --
Egyptomania: A Current Concept from the Renaissance to Postmodernism / Jean-Marcel Humbert --
Preamble / Michael Pantazzi --
1. Italy and the Grand Tour --
2. Absolutism and Enlightenment --
3. From Wedgwood to Thomas Hope --
4. Denon and the Discovery of Egypt --
5. The Return from Egypt --
6. The Development of Parallel Readings: 1815-1869 --
7. Egypt at the Opera --
8. Confirmations of Permanence: 1869-1910 --
9. Tutankhamun and Art Deco --
10. Cleopatra or the Seductions of the East.
Responsabilité : [authors of the catalog, Jean-Marcel Humbert, Michael Pantazzi, Christiane Ziegler].

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A unique phenomenon in the history of art, Egyptomania was born at the juncture of science and imagination. It draws its substance from scholarly knowledge about ancient Egypt, from the lore transmitted by travellers and writers, and from the repertory of myths and symbols thus generated.

Egyptomania first appeared in Roman times, underwent a revival in the sixteenth century, and strengthened its hold in the eighteenth - its power to seduce the artistic imagination endures to our day. It numbers among its conquests Piranese, Hope, Turner, Wedgwood, Cartier, and Lalique. Ancient Egypt's fascination extends to all the arts : architecture, interior design, furniture, decorative arts, sculpture, painting, theatre, and film. No genre has escaped its influence.

The sheer scale of the movement defies any attempt at inclusivity. Egyptomania, an exhibition jointly organized by the National Gallery of Canada and the Musee du Louvre, offers a representative selection of masterworks from around the world.

They have been arranged side by side with several exceptional antique works, allowing us to consider the role of copy and interpretation, to follow the evolution of Egyptomania in relation to the progress of Egyptology, and above all, to admire the creative products of the phenomenon. Centuries pass and fashions change, but ancient Egypt continues to cast its spell with astonishing vitality and force.

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