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L'Algérie de Gustave Guillaumet : (1840-1887)

Author: Annick NotterAnne LiénardBruno GaudichonGustave GuillaumetMusée des beaux-arts de La Rochelle,All authors
Publisher: Montreuil : Gourcuff Gradenigo, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Gustave Guillaumet (1840-1887) is one of the outstanding figures of French Orientalism. Yet, although very present in many museums, especially the Musée d'Orsay, and in the main exhibitions devoted to orientalist painting of recent decades, his work remains little known, and his relative critical fortune. This book focuses on the Algerian side of French Orientalism, from an aesthetic, historical and cultural  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
In art Exhibitions
Named Person: Gustave Guillaumet; Gustave Guillaumet; Gustave Guillaumet
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annick Notter; Anne Liénard; Bruno Gaudichon; Gustave Guillaumet; Musée des beaux-arts de La Rochelle,; Musée des beaux-arts (Limoges, France),; Musée d'art et d'industrie de Roubaix,
ISBN: 9782353402816 235340281X
OCLC Number: 1040627273
Notes: Catalog of a traveling exhibition held at Musée des beaux-arts de La Rochelle, June 8-September 17, 2018 ; Musée des beaux-arts de Limoges, October 19, 2018-February 4, 2019 ; La Piscine-musée d'art et d'industrie André Diligent de Roubaix, France, March 8-June 2, 2019.
Description: 245 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
Contents: Guillaumet à Constantine --
Gustave Guillaumet (1840-1887) --
Guillaumet ou la poésie du réel --
De la "pacification" de l'Algérie à sa colonisation : le témoignage d'un peintre-écrivain --
Les Algéries de Gustave Guillaumet --
Prière du soir : l'encadrement; militaire des peintres dans l'Algérie de Gustave Guillaumet --
Par Peter Benson Miller (traduit de l'anglais par Jeanne Bouniort) --
Textes contre images : un mélange des genres ? Gustave Guillaumet entre Fromentin et Dinet --
Gustave Guillaumet, entre genre et histoire --
Les tableaux algériens, de la nouvelle revue à l'édition de 1888 --
Prière du soir dans le Sahara --
Razzia dans le djebel Nador --
Le labour, Frontière du Maroc --
La famine en Algérie --
L'orientalisme et les silences de la langue de mon père, l'arabe --
L'atelier algérien de Gustave Guillaumet --
Pays et paysages : les ateliers d'un peintre voyageur --
Guillaumet et la photographie --
L'oasis de Biskra au temps de Gustave Guillaumet --
L'oued, le douar et le ksar : un peintre parmi les femmes d'Algérie --
Les objets domestiques dans l'oeuvre de Gustave Guillaumet : de l'objet ethnographique au sujet de peinture --
De Suresnes à la nouvelle Athènes, un voyageur très parisien --
Le Sahara dit le désert --
Les femmes du douar à la rivière --
Marché arabe dans la plaine de Tocria --
Marché en Kabylie dit aussi marché arabe en Algérie --
Laghouat, Sahara algérien --
"Le Sahara dit le désert" --
Un "orientaliste" pas comme les autres ? --
Fromentin, précurseur de Guillaumet ? --
De l'observation aux tableaux de Salon, de Prière du soir aux Intérieurs : l'itinéraire d'un peintre" --
Gustave Guillaumet, passant et passeur --
Couché(s) de fatigue accablé(s)" --
Les déserts de Gustave Guillaumet --
Guillaumet dans le regard d'artistes algériens.
Responsibility: commissariart général, Annick Notter, Anne Liénard, Bruno Gaudichon.

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Gustave Guillaumet (1840-1887) is one of the outstanding figures of French Orientalism. Yet, although very present in many museums, especially the Musée d'Orsay, and in the main exhibitions devoted to orientalist painting of recent decades, his work remains little known, and his relative critical fortune. This book focuses on the Algerian side of French Orientalism, from an aesthetic, historical and cultural perspective. It illuminates a privileged moment of a shared history and invites us to reevaluate an essential work. Guillaumet is one of the first artists to have intensively visited Algeria, from Oran to Kabylie, from the Highlands to the oases and the Sahara. His work, sometimes described as ethnographic, is also demanding and poetic, sensitive and serious. His painting, the fruit of a complex itinerary, is influenced by the Masters of the Northern Schools, imprint of modernity and carrier of his research in various directions: naturalism, impressionism, intimism, idealism. Painter with republican sensibility, he is also a privileged observer of colonial domination. Recognized early in the show, hailed by the critics, are success is not denied. At his untimely death, at the age of 47, his work is unanimously praised for being even superior to that of his eminent predecessor, Fromentin.--Editions Gradenigo.

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