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, 215pp., large sewn PAPERBACK, very good, previous owner's gift inscription on half-title CONTENTS: On Stage: The New Viennese / Gemma Blackshaw -- Past Times and Present Anxieties at the Galerie Miethke / Gemma Blackshaw -- Biedermeier Modern: Representing Family Values / Tag Gronberg -- Portraying Viennese Beauty: Makart and Klimt / Doris H. Lehmann -- Klimt, Schiele and Schonberg: Self Portraits / Gemma Blackshaw -- Women Artists and Portraiture in Vienna 1900 / Julie M. Johnson -- Imaging the Jew: A Clash of Civilisations / Elana Shapira -- A Beautiful Corpse: Vienna's Fascination with Death / Sabine Wieber. ISBN 9781857095463. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: Facing the modern. The portrait in Vienna ...
Verlag: London : National Gallery Company, 2013
Buchbeschreibung London. National Gallery Comp. 215 Seiten. Register. Meist farbige, ganzseitige Abbildungen. Großformatiger Band in tadellosem Zustand. Original Pappband. Artikel-Nr. 118592
Buchbeschreibung NATL GALLERY OF LONDON Nov 2013, 2013. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 298x225x21 mm. Neuware - An engaging look at how the middle classes of fin-de-siecle Vienna used innovative portraiture to define their identity 215 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781857095616
Buchbeschreibung Yale 2013, 2013. Bound, hardcover, 216 p., 130 color illus. fine condition !! ISBN 9781857095616. During the great flourishing of modern art in fin-de-siècle Vienna, artists of that city focused on images of individuals. Their portraits depict artists, patrons, families, friends, intellectual allies, and society celebrities from the upwardly mobile middle classes. Viewed as a whole, the images allow us to reconstruct the subjects? shifting identities as the Austro-Hungarian Empire underwent dramatic political changes, from the 1867 Ausgleich (Compromise) to the end of World War I. This is viewed as a time when the avant-garde overthrew the academy, yet Facing the Modern tells a more complex story of the time through thought-provoking texts by numerous leading art historians. Their writings examine paintings by innovative artists such as Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, and Egon Schiele alongside earlier works, blurring the conventionally-held distinctions between 19th-century and early-20th-century art, and revealing surprising continuities in the production and consumption of portraits. This compelling book features works not only by famous names but also by lesser-known female and Jewish artists, giving a more complete picture of the time 0 g. Artikel-Nr. 43900