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Painting and sculpture in Europe, 1780 to 1880

Author: Fritz Novotny
Publisher: Baltimore : Penguin Books, ©1960.
Series: Pelican history of art, Z20.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Novotny, Fritz, 1903-1993.
Painting and sculpture in Europe, 1780 to 1880.
Baltimore, Penguin Books [1960]
(OCoLC)561235266
Online version:
Novotny, Fritz, 1903-1993.
Painting and sculpture in Europe, 1780 to 1880.
Baltimore, Penguin Books [1960]
(OCoLC)629873039
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fritz Novotny
OCLC Number: 511886
Description: xxii, 288 pages, 192 pages of plates : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Classicism in France --
Classicism in Germany and Austria --
Landscape-painting during the Classical revival --
Classicism in other countries (the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Scandinavia) --
German Romanticism and the Nazarenes --
Francisco de Goya --
The French 'Romantiques' --
Early Naturalism (Biedermeier painting) --
German Biedermeier Romanticism (Spitzweg, Schwind, Richter, Rethel, and others) --
Late Romanticism and early Romanticism in other countries --
Realism in France --
Naturalism in Germany --
Under the sign of Realism --
'Intellectual' painting in the latter half of the nineteenth century --
French Impressionism --
The situation about 1880 --
The sculpture of the Classicist period --
Sculpture in the days of Romanticism and Realism --
Sculpture in the third quarter of the nineteenth century --
The return to form.
Series Title: Pelican history of art, Z20.
Responsibility: Fritz Novotny ; [translated from the German by R.H. Boothroyd].

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