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Art and the French Commune: Imagining Paris After War and Revolution - Boime, Jacques Boime, Albert
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PRINCETON UNIV PR], "Quite stimulating--a heady mix of political and art history. Albert Boime does a first-rate job in sorting out the ways Impressionism was shaped by various political orientations."--Philip Nord In this bold exploration of the political forces that shaped Impressionism, Albert Boime proposes that at the heart of the modern is a "guilty secret"--the need of the dominant, mainly bourgeois, classes in Paris to expunge from historical memory the haunting nightmare of the Commune and its socialist ideology. The Commune of 1871 emerged after the Prussian war when the Paris militia chased the central government to Versailles, enabling the working class and its allies to seize control of the capital. Eventually violence engulfed the city as traditional liberals and moderates joined forces with reactionaries to restore Paris to "order"--the bourgeois order. Here Boime examines the rise of Impressionism in relation to the efforts of the reinstated conservative government to "rebuild" Paris, to return it to its Haussmannian appearance and erase all reminders of socialist threat. Boime contends that an organized Impressionist movement owed its initiating impulse to its complicity with the state's program. The exuberant street scenes, spaces of leisure and entertainment, sunlit parks and gardens, the entire concourse of movement as filtered through an atmosphere of scintillating light and color all constitute an effort to reclaim Paris visually and symbolically for the bourgeoisie. Amply documented, richly illustrated, and compellingly argued, Boime's thesis serves as a challenge to all cultural historians interested in the rise of modernism. Review: ... Henceforth, it will be impossible to treat the question of the origins of Impressionism without making reference to [Boime's] work, whether it be to extend it, amend it, or refute it. Barthelemy Jobert(Revue de l'Art) ... Through Boime's distinctive 'vision,' the book mounts an altogether new explanation of Impressionism, one that intentionally differs from the most influential, those of T. J. Clark and Robert Herbert. Hollis Clayson(Apollo Magazine) Table of contents: LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS XI ACKNOWLEDGMENTS XV 1. INTRODUCTION 3 2. THE CRITICAL RECEPTION 27 3. THE DISLOCATING IMPACT OF THE COMMUNE ON THE IMPRESSIONISTS 46 4. THE IMPRESSIONIST AGENDA 77 5. MAPPING THE TERRAIN 114 EPILOGUE: GEORGES SEURAT'S Un Dimanche a la Grande fatte AND POST-COMMUNE UTOPIANISM 140 APPENDIX: ON OLIN LEVI WARNER'S DRAFT OF A SPEECH IN DEFENSE OF THE FRENCH COMMUNE 186 NOTES 209 POSTSCRIPT 223 INDEX 225 "Quite stimulating--a heady mix of political and art history. Albert Boime does a first-rate job in sorting out the ways Impressionism was shaped by various political orientations."--Philip Nord 256 pages - 162 halftones - 10 x 7 in Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PRINCETON UNIV PR], "Quite stimulating--a heady mix of political and art history. Albert Boime does a first-rate job in sorting out the ways Impressionism was shaped by various political orientations."--Philip Nord In this bold exploration of the political forces that shaped Impressionism, Albert Boime proposes that at the heart of the modern is a "guilty secret"--the need of the dominant, mainly bourgeois, classes in Paris to expunge from historical memory the haunting nightmare of the Commune and its socialist ideology. The Commune of 1871 emerged after the Prussian war when the Paris militia chased the central government to Versailles, enabling the working class and its allies to seize control of the capital. Eventually violence engulfed the city as traditional liberals and moderates joined forces with reactionaries to restore Paris to "order"--the bourgeois order. Here Boime examines the rise of Impressionism in relation to the efforts of the reinstated conservative government to "rebuild" Paris, to return it to its Haussmannian appearance and erase all reminders of socialist threat. Boime contends that an organized Impressionist movement owed its initiating impulse to its complicity with the state's program. The exuberant street scenes, spaces of leisure and entertainment, sunlit parks and gardens, the entire concourse of movement as filtered through an atmosphere of scintillating light and color all constitute an effort to reclaim Paris visually and symbolically for the bourgeoisie. Amply documented, richly illustrated, and compellingly argued, Boime's thesis serves as a challenge to all cultural historians interested in the rise of modernism. Review: ... Henceforth, it will be impossible to treat the question of the origins of Impressionism without making reference to [Boime's] work, whether it be to extend it, amend it, or refute it. Barthelemy Jobert(Revue de l'Art) ... Through Boime's distinctive 'vision,' the book mounts an altogether new explanation of Impressionism, one that intentionally differs from the most influential, those of T. J. Clark and Robert Herbert. Hollis Clayson(Apollo Magazine) Table of contents: LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS XI ACKNOWLEDGMENTS XV 1. INTRODUCTION 3 2. THE CRITICAL RECEPTION 27 3. THE DISLOCATING IMPACT OF THE COMMUNE ON THE IMPRESSIONISTS 46 4. THE IMPRESSIONIST AGENDA 77 5. MAPPING THE TERRAIN 114 EPILOGUE: GEORGES SEURAT'S Un Dimanche a la Grande fatte AND POST-COMMUNE UTOPIANISM 140 APPENDIX: ON OLIN LEVI WARNER'S DRAFT OF A SPEECH IN DEFENSE OF THE FRENCH COMMUNE 186 NOTES 209 POSTSCRIPT 223 INDEX 225 "Quite stimulating--a heady mix of political and art history. Albert Boime does a first-rate job in sorting out the ways Impressionism was shaped by various political orientations."--Philip Nord 256 pages - 162 halftones - 10 x 7 in Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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In this bold exploration of the political forces that shaped Impressionism, Albert Boime proposes that at the heart of the modern is a "guilty secret"--the need of the dominant, mainly bourgeois, classes in Paris to expunge from historical memory the haunting nightmare of the Commune and its socialist ideology. The Commune of 1871 emerged after the Prussian war when the Paris militia chased the central government to Versailles, enabling the working class and its allies to seize control of the capital. Eventually violence engulfed the city as traditional liberals and moderates joined forces with reactionaries to restore Paris to "order"--the bourgeois order. Here Boime examines the rise of Impressionism in relation to the efforts of the reinstated conservative government to "rebuild" Paris, to return it to its Haussmannian appearance and erase all reminders of socialist threat. Boime contends that an organized Impressionist movement owed its initiating impulse to its complicity with the state's program. The exuberant street scenes, spaces of leisure and entertainment, sunlit parks and gardens, the entire concourse of movement as filtered through an atmosphere of scintillating light and color all constitute an effort to reclaim Paris visually and symbolically for the bourgeoisie. Amply documented, richly illustrated, and compellingly argued, Boime's thesis serves as a challenge to all cultural historians interested in the rise of modernism. art,art history,arts music and photography,design,europe,france,history,history and criticism,history and surveys,humanities Philosophy, Princeton University Press

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In this bold exploration of the political forces that shaped Impressionism, Albert Boime proposes that at the heart of the modern is a "guilty secret"--the need of the dominant, mainly bourgeois, classes in Paris to expunge from historical memory the haunting nightmare of the Commune and its socialist ideology. The Commune of 1871 emerged after the Prussian war when the Paris militia chased the central government to Versailles, enabling the working class and its allies to seize control of the capital. Eventually violence engulfed the city as traditional liberals and moderates joined forces with reactionaries to restore Paris to "order"--the bourgeois order. Here Boime examines the rise of Impressionism in relation to the efforts of the reinstated conservative government to "rebuild" Paris, to return it to its Haussmannian appearance and erase all reminders of socialist threat. Boime contends that an organized Impressionist movement owed its initiating impulse to its complicity with the state's program. The exuberant street scenes, spaces of leisure and entertainment, sunlit parks and gardens, the entire concourse of movement as filtered through an atmosphere of scintillating light and color all constitute an effort to reclaim Paris visually and symbolically for the bourgeoisie. Amply documented, richly illustrated, and compellingly argued, Boime's thesis serves as a challenge to all cultural historians interested in the rise of modernism. Art and the French Commune: Imagining Paris After War and Revolution Boime, Albert, Princeton University Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780691015552
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0691015554
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1997
Herausgeber: PRINCETON UNIV PR
256 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,535 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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