Francoise Gilot Monograph, 1940-2000

 
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YOAKUM ( Mel ) [ Préface de Dina VIERNY ] [ Textes originaux de FRANÇOISE GILOT ]
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Book Description Acatos. Couverture rigide. Condition: Neuf. Dust Jacket Condition: Comme neuf. Edition originale. Lausanne 2000 . 1 Volume/1. -- Neuf -- Reliure éditeur cartonnée sous jaquette illustrée . Sous étui .Format in-8°( 32,7 x 25,5 cm )( 3550 gr ). -------- 444 pages Avec 347 reproductions, la plupart en couleurs .************************ '' l'une des artistes plus importantes de la seconde moitié du vingtième siècle, a montré ses oeuvres pendant plus de cinquante ans dans les centres artistiques majeures d'Europe et d'Amérique du Nord. Elle demeure une figure maîtresse dans le monde de l'art, créant le lien idéal entre l'Ecole de Paris des années quarante et cinquante, et la scène artistique contemporaine des Etats-Unis. De nombreux musées et collections privées, d'Europe et du Nouveau Monde possèdent de ses peintures, dessins, monotypes et estampes originales." ************************ Gilot is an internationally regarded artist whose paintings, drawings, monotypes, and other works are included in the permanent collections of several European and U.S. museums. Influenced by Picasso and Matisse, these works make their primary statement through the use of color. Picasso was impressed enough by her first exhibition and its anti-Nazi sentiments to initiate their ten-year love affair, and Gilot served him as both model and muse, inspiring many of his paintings while mothering two of their children. This thematically arranged retrospective of Gilot's oeuvre is particularly noteworthy for its generous color illustrations and insightful accompanying text. A 92-page biography, written by Yoakum, curator of the artist's archives, concludes the book. Including both early works from her School of Paris years and more recent works, this definitive volume replaces the exhibition catalogs published in the last two decades. A rich, delightful addition to any 20th-century art collection; highly recommended for academic and larger public libraries. Rebecca Tolley-Stokes, East Tennessee State Univ. Lib., Johnson City Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc. **************************. Seller Inventory # 222E360z-f

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Textes originaux par lì'artiste Analyse des Oeuvres ewt biographie par Mel Yoakum ( Préface par Dina Vierny )
Published by Acatos, Lausanne (2000)
ISBN 10: 2940033641 ISBN 13: 9782940033645
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Book Description Acatos, Lausanne, 2000. Couverture rigide. Condition: Neuf. Dust Jacket Condition: Neuf. Edition originale. Acatos. Couverture rigide. Condizione libro: Neuf. Condizione sovraccoperta: Comme neuf. Edition originale. Lausanne 2000 . 1 Volume/1. -- Neuf -- Reliure éditeur cartonnée sous jaquette illustrée . Sous étui .Format in-8°( 32,7 x 25,5 cm )( 3550 gr ). -------- 444 pages Avec 347 reproductions, la plupart en couleurs .************************ '' l'une des artistes plus importantes de la seconde moitié du vingtième siècle, a montré ses oeuvres pendant plus de cinquante ans dans les centres artistiques majeures d'Europe et d'Amérique du Nord. Elle demeure une figure maîtresse dans le monde de l'art, créant le lien idéal entre l'Ecole de Paris des années quarante et cinquante, et la scène artistique contemporaine des Etats-Unis. De nombreux musées et collections privées, d'Europe et du Nouveau Monde possèdent de ses peintures, dessins, monotypes et estampes originales." ************************ Gilot is an internationally regarded artist whose paintings, drawings, monotypes, and other works are included in the permanent collections of several European and U.S. museums. Influenced by Picasso and Matisse, these works make their primary statement through the use of color. Picasso was impressed enough by her first exhibition and its anti-Nazi sentiments to initiate their ten-year love affair, and Gilot served him as both model and muse, inspiring many of his paintings while mothering two of their children. This thematically arranged retrospective of Gilot's oeuvre is particularly noteworthy for its generous color illustrations and insightful accompanying text. A 92-page biography, written by Yoakum, curator of the artist's archives, concludes the book. Including both early works from her School of Paris years and more recent works, this definitive volume replaces the exhibition catalogs published in the last two decades. A rich, delightful addition to any 20th-century art collection; highly recommended for academic and larger public libraries. Rebecca Tolley-Stokes, East Tennessee State Univ. Lib., Johnson City Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc Monografia Language : French Text Autore principale Gilot, Francoise Titolo Françoise Gilot : monographie 1940-2000 / Préface par Dina Vierny ; Textes originaux par l'artiste ; analyses des oeuvres et biographie par Mel Yoakum Pubblicazione Lausanne : Acatos, [2000] Descrizione fisica 444 p. : in gran parte ill. ; 32 cm Note generali In custodia. Numeri [ISBN] 2940033641 Nomi [Autore] Gilot, Francoise [Autore] Yoakum, Mel Classificazione Dewey 759.4 (21.) PITTURA. FRANCIA E MONACO Lingua di pubblicazione FRANCESE Paese di pubblicazione SVIZZERA Codice identificativo IT\ICCU\BVE\0389828 Size: 250 X320 mm. Livre. Seller Inventory # 007918

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