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Georges de La Tour in Milan : the adoration of the shepherds, Christ with Saint Joseph in the carpenter's shop

Auteur : Valeria Merlini; Daniela Storti; Dimitri Salmon
Éditeur : Milan : Skira ; New York, N.Y. : Distributed in USA, Canada, Central & South America by Rizzoli International Publications, ©2011.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : Anglais : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"Georges de La Tour is one of the most important seventeenth-century French artists: a striking and mysterious figure, less well-known than his contemporaries but capable of arousing great emotions in the viewers of his paintings. The power of La Tour's language springs forth from a careful study of light and shadow: a characteristic that has denoted him as being a follower of Caravaggio, but that has also pointed  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Ausstellung
Personne nommée : Georges du Mesnil de La Tour; Georges du Mesnil de La Tour; Georges du Mesnil de La Tour; Georges de La Tour
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie, Ressource Internet
Format : Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Valeria Merlini; Daniela Storti; Dimitri Salmon
ISBN : 9788857213026 8857213021
Numéro OCLC : 794296909
Description : 207 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Contenu : The glory of Georges de La Tour / Pierre Rosenberg, of the Académie franc̜aise --
Georges de La Tour and Lorraine in the Seventeenth century / Gabriel Diss --
The invention of Georges de La Tour, our the major phases of his resurrection / Dimitri Salmon --
Signatures and Attribution : the question of the workshop / Anne Reinbold --
Georges de La Tour, a Lone Genius : The journey, Italy / Anna Ottani Cavina --
Christ with Saint Joseph in the carpenter's shop and the adoration of the Sheperds : two masterpieces by George de La Tour / Dimitri Salmon --
Arte non impetu : Georges de La Tour, his models and self-portraits? / Mauro Di Vito --
Georges de La Tour's two saint Josephs : Theology, veneration, and connections with Renaissance Italy / Carolyn C. Wilson --
Georges de La Tour and the Science of the Bundle : The history of infant swaddling in seventeenth-century France / Annarita Franza --
The universe of Georges de La Tour : Cheats, vagabonds, saints, magdalenes : the truth by candlelight amidst poetry, the picaresque novel and everyday life / Vittorio Maria de Bonis --
The adoration of the shepherds --
Christ with Saint Joseph in the carpenter's shop --
Georges de La Tour : unique painter of candlelight? / Christopher Wright --
Two nocturnes by Georges de La Tour : the material in question / Elisabeth Martin --
Scientific Dossier 2011 / Elisabeth Martin --
A candle in the darkness: light and shadow in the paintings of Georges de La Tour / Claudio Falcucii, Simona Rinaldi --
Adoremus / Valeria Merlini, Daniela Storti --
Georges de La Tour, elements of a chronology / Dimitri Salmon --
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Autres titres : Adoration of the shepherds, Christ with Saint Joseph in the carpenter's shop
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Responsabilité : edited by Valeria Merlini, Dimitri Salmon, Daniela Storti.
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"Georges de La Tour is one of the most important seventeenth-century French artists: a striking and mysterious figure, less well-known than his contemporaries but capable of arousing great emotions in the viewers of his paintings. The power of La Tour's language springs forth from a careful study of light and shadow: a characteristic that has denoted him as being a follower of Caravaggio, but that has also pointed to his unmistakable originality. The book is mostly dedicated to the analysis of two of the artist's masterpieces Christ with Saint Joseph in the Carpenter's shop and The Adoration of the Shepherds that are convincing proof of that originality. To study more deeply, to arouse readers' curiosity, to bring as many people as possible close to the art of Georges de La Tour this beautiful volume offers a series of richly illustrated essays by some of the greatest international historians and art historians covering almost his entire output, his models and sources of inspiration as well as his iconography and technique."--Publisher's website.

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