Boldini (Art dossier Giunti) by Alessandra Borgogelli PDF

By Alessandra Borgogelli

ISBN-10: 8809762878

ISBN-13: 9788809762879

Giovanni Boldini (Ferrara, Italy; 31 December 1842 – Paris, France; eleven July 1931) was once an Italian style and portrait painter. in response to a 1933 article in Time journal, he was once referred to as the "Master of Swish" due to his flowing variety of painting.

Nella presente pubblicazione vengono presentate los angeles vita e le opere di Giovanni Boldini (Ferrara 1842 - Parigi 1931), un pittore che vive due realtà, quella macchiaiola e quella impressionista, impostando uno stile tutto suo che lo porterà a dissentire sia dell'una che dell'altra e comunque a non aderire passivamente a nessuna delle due.

Sommario:

INTRODUZIONE
FIRENZE
PARIGI E LONDRA
IL PERIODO GOUPIL
GLI INTERNI. I RAPPORTI CON DEGAS
I GRANDI RITRATTI
Quadro Cronologico
Bibliografia

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