フランス美術史:1900-1940年<br>Art in France, 1900-1940 (Pelican History of Art Series)

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フランス美術史:1900-1940年
Art in France, 1900-1940 (Pelican History of Art Series)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 336 p., 239 b/w illus.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780300099089
  • DDC分類 709

基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2000. "Revelatory art history". - Timothy Mathews, Times Higher Education Supplement.

Full Description


During the decades from 1900 to 1940, art in France developed in ways that were of paramount importance to 20th-century art. This illustrated account sets these developments within the framework of the unstable social, political, intellectual and artistic worlds of the time and analyses the innovations of artists ranging from Matisse to Picasso, Duchamp to Dali.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   viii
Preface ix
PART ONE: ART MADE HISTORY
Introduction 1 (3)
Monuments to the Third Republic: The Great
Exhibitions of 1900, 1925 and 1937
Before and After 1900 4 (1)
Before and After 1925 5 (3)
Before and After 1937 8 (4)
Art in France, 1900-40: French and 12 (3)
Transatlantic Perspectives
Modern Movements in France, 1900-40
Making Fauvism 15 (4)
Making Cubism 19 (7)
Making Dada 26 (2)
Making Surrealism 28 (4)
Modern Movements and `Abstract Art', 32 (2)
1912-40
Avant-gardes, Dominant Values and 34 (5)
Histories
PART TWO: LIVES IN ART
Introduction 39 (1)
Framing Lives
Democracy, Diversity and Direction: 39 (4)
Officials and Institutions
Different Artists, Different Markets 43 (4)
Fixing and Unfixing Categories: Painters, 47 (3)
Sculptors and Others
Poets and Professionals: Writing on Art 50 (3)
Winning for Modernism: The Dealers and 53 (7)
Collectors
Celebrated Lives
The Conditions of Success 60 (1)
Crossing Boundaries: Foreign Artists in 61 (4)
France, 1900-40
Crossing Boundaries: Women Artists in 65 (3)
France, 1900-40
Being a Modern Master: Matisse and 68 (9)
Picasso, Brancusi, Mondrian, Giacometti
and Others
Being Marcel Duchamp: A Singular Double 77 (5)
Life
PART THREE: MAKING ART
Introduction 82 (1)
Representing Nature; Seeing Art
Expression and Decoration: From `Art 82 (9)
Nouveau' Bing to Matisse
Likeness and Deformation, Analysis and 91 (8)
Synthesis: From Matisse into Cubism
`Pure Painting' and the Tableau-object: 99 (5)
Cubists, Orphists and Matisse as Cubist
The Idea in the Work: Kupka and Mondrian 104 (6)
Art and `Evolution' 110 (2)
The Languages and Objects of Art
Metamorphosis and the Semiotics of Cubism 112 (3)
Metaphor and Metamorphosis: Surrealists 115 (11)
and Cubists
Allegory and Myth: From De Chirico to 126 (2)
Guernica
Words and Things: From Duchamp's Large 128 (10)
Glass to the `Surrealist Object'
Art and `Revolution' 138 (3)
PART FOUR: REPRESENTING MODERNITY
Introduction 141 (1)
The Experience of Modernity and the `New
Spirit'
Representing Modern Ideas: Abstraction, 141 (6)
Science and Bergsonism
Representing Modern Experience: 147 (5)
Photography and Painting, Futurists and
Simultanists
Representing War and Peace: Leger and the 152 (6)
Purist `New Spirit' 1913-28
The Palais de la Decouverte: Representing 158 (3)
Science and Technology at the Exhibition
of 1937
Modern Spaces; Modern Objects; Modern People
Domestic Modernity: From the Maison 161 (4)
Cubiste to the Pavillon de I'Esprit
Nouveau; from Collage to Leger's
Manufactured Objects
Modernity and Gender: Working Women and 165 (8)
Independent Women; Wives and Mothers
Representing Modern Society: Class, 173 (12)
Political Engagement and the `Realism'
Debate in the 1930s; Worlds of Work and
Leisure
PART FIVE: HISTORY, TRADITION AND THE FRENCH
NATION
Introduction 185 (2)
Modernism and the Re-invention of
Tradition, 1900-18
`One must become classical again by way 187 (9)
of nature': From Denis and Maillol to
Matisse
The Challenge of Tradition: The Presence 196 (5)
of the Past in the Work of the Cubists
and of Derain, 1907-14
Being Modern and Traditional in Wartime, 201 (5)
1914-18
From Peace to Crisis: Traditions in
Conflict, 1918-40
France, Foreigners and `the Art of the 206 (3)
Occident'
The Unity in Diversity of France: The 209 (8)
`Call to Order' in Paris and the Regions,
1918-30
`Greater France' at the 1931 Colonial 217 (5)
Exhibition; Matisse and Orientalism
The Cult of the Past, the `Ecole 222 (8)
Francaise' and the `Meteques': Humanism
and Xenophobia, 1924-40
From Modern Master to Refugee: Chagall, 230 (3)
1938-41
PART SIX: RESISTING MODERNITY; RESISTING
CIVILISATION
Introduction 233 (2)
Primitivising the Modern, 1900-18
The `Naive', the `Sincere' and the 235 (9)
`Savage': From Rousseau in the `Cage des
Fauves' to the Demoiselles d' Avignon
Being `Primitive' in Early 244 (7)
Twentieth-Century Paris: Henri Rousseau,
`le Douanier'; Constantin Brancusi, `This
Peasant from the Danube'
Against Modernity, Against Logic: 251 (3)
`Primitive Mentality' and Bergsonian
Intuition
Counter-Cultural Art, 1918-40
Change and Contradiction; The 254 (6)
Provocations of Brancusi, Duchamp and
Picabia
Releasing Images: Surrealist Strategies 260 (10)
of Liberation
The World as Myth: Psychoanalysis and 270 (8)
Other Surrealist Preoccupations
De-civilising Culture: From Magic to 278 (7)
Bassesse
The Visual Art of Opposition: Picasso and 285 (6)
Guernica, Surrealism and Politics,
Collage and War
Notes 291 (15)
Select Bibliography 306 (6)
Index 312 (10)
Photographic Acknowledgements 322