After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art (Hardback)MaryAnne Stevens (author), Maria Alambritis (author of contributions), Julien Domercq (author of contributions), Charlotte de Mille (author of contributions), John Milner (author of contributions), Daniel Ralston (author of contributions), Christopher Riopelle (author of contributions), Camilla Smith (author of contributions), Sabine Wieber (author of contributions)
The decades that followed, up to the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, were a complex, vibrant period of artistic questioning, searching, risk-taking and innovation. Concentrating on this period of great upheaval, this book will explore the constructive dialogue between painting and sculpture, and the influential roles played by three giants of the era, Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh, across European art as a whole. While acknowledging the centrality of Paris as a cultural capital, it will also uniquely highlight other centres of artistic ferment in Europe, from Brussels and Barcelona to Berlin and Vienna, and track the variety of routes into modernism in the early twentieth century.
This fully illustrated catalogue will contain four essays, introductions to each city of ferment and biographies of the artists.
Published by National Gallery Global/Distributed by Yale University Press
The National Gallery, London 25 March-13 August 2023
Publisher: National Gallery Company Ltd
Number of pages: 272
Dimensions: 279 x 241 mm
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