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by Evan M. Maurer,Patrick Noon,Christine Riding

ISBN: 1854374591
ISBN13: 978-1854374592
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Gallery Pubn (June 1, 2003)
Pages: 296
Category: Europe
Subategory: History

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Crossing the Channel book. About the Author: Patrick Noon has been the Patrick and Aimee Butler Curator of Paintings and Modern Sculpture at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts since 1997.

Crossing the Channel book. His publications include, most recently, studies of the Romantic painters Richard Parkes Bonington and William Blake.

Shortly after Waterloo, the French developed a passion for British art and literature, and in 1824 the Paris Salon exhibited . The Age of Romanticism had begun

Shortly after Waterloo, the French developed a passion for British art and literature, and in 1824 the Paris Salon exhibited such British painters as Lawrence and Constable, and French artists began to visit England to absorb their style. The Age of Romanticism had begun. Byron's poetry inspired hundreds of paintings in France, as did the novels of Scott and Shakespeare.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Crossing the Channel: British and French. Publisher: Tate Gallery Publishing, London. Patrick Noon has been the Patrick and Aimee Butler Curator of Paintings and Modern Sculpture at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts since 1997. Publication Date: 2003. Rare, used and out of print books. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: All items are described to the best of our ability and guaranteed to be as described.

Age Range:13 to 22 years. Grade Range:Grade 8 to Postsecondary. Patrick Noon, Christopher Riopelle. Richard Parkes Bonington: The Complete Paintings (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art).

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Patrick Noon: Crossing the Channel, page 16. Riding, Christine (2003), "The Raft of the Medusa in Britain", Crossing the Channel: British and French Painting in the Age of Romanticism, Tate Publishing.

Patrick Noon: Crossing the Channel, page 162. Tate Publishing Ltd, 2003. Constable to Delacroix Tate Britain 2003 exhibition. French painting 1774–1830: the Age of Revolution. New York; Detroit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Detroit Institute of Arts.

Romanticism at the Met by Karen Wilkin. December 2003 December 2003. Features December 2003. Present-day viewers can discover them at the Metropolitan Museum of Art until the beginning of January in "Crossing the Channel: British and French Painting in the Age of Romanticism," organized by the Tate, London. While it could be argued that in the early nineteenth century the large public exhibitions held at the Salon and the Royal Academy served many of the functions that films do now, the point of departure for the thought-provoking show at the Met is not the role of the sensational in art at the time, but the paradoxical fact that what.

Romanticism (also known as the Romantic era) was an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century, and in most areas was at its peak in the approximate period from 1800 to 1850

Romanticism (also known as the Romantic era) was an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century, and in most areas was at its peak in the approximate period from 1800 to 1850. Romanticism was characterized by its emphasis on emotion and individualism as well as glorification of all the past and nature, preferring the medieval rather than the classical.

Crossing the Channel: British and French Painting in the Age of Romanticism," October 7, 2003–January 4, 2004, no. 10. 105. Frankfurt.

British and French painting in the age of romanticism. Colour and effect : Anglo-French painting in London and Paris, Patrick Noon

British and French painting in the age of romanticism. Published 2003 by Tate Pub. in London, New York : Distributed in the . and Canada by Harry N. Abrams. Romanticism in art, French Painting, French influences, Painting, British, British Painting, Painting, French, British influences, Internet Archive Wishlist, Exhibitions. Colour and effect : Anglo-French painting in London and Paris, Patrick Noon. Print culture and the illustration of history : an Anglo-French perspective, Stephen Bann.

Crossing the Channel: British and French Painting in the Age of Romanticism" is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, (212) 535-7710, through Jan. 4. The New York Times - Arts. 7. Minneapolis WHEN Sept. 5-7 WHY An exhibition, "Crossing the Channel: British and French Painting in the Age of Romanticism," closes its first showing in the United States next weekend at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts before moving to the Met in the fall. The New York Times - Travel.

A catalog to an exhibition that explores the influence of English painting on French art in the nineteenth century.
Comments:
Monn
This is a lovely book, but the pictures are mostly small, not full page size. Still, they are carefully put together to give you a feeling for the Romantic movement.

Shortly after Waterloo, the French developed a passion for British art and literature, and in 1824 the Paris Salon exhibited such British painters as Lawrence and Constable, and French artists began to visit England to absorb their style.

The Age of Romanticism had begun. Byron's poetry inspired hundreds of paintings in France, as did the novels of Scott and Shakespeare. Paul Delaroche was one of the noted history painters, who portrayed moments of great horror or change with fervor, showing crashing waves, executioners about bring down the fatal axe as in 'The Execution of Lady Jane Grey', or lovers torn apart at the last moment. Delacroix also looked for moments of emotional intensity, frequently painting incidents from French medieval history.

Cool, calm reason had no hold on the new style of art. Sentiment was everything, as Lawrence reveled in sheer beauty, especially in his paintings of children, with their pink cheeks and glistening eyes.

The past haunted art, in paintings of ruined monasteries, empty castles, or ancient Roman ruins evoking a civilization now long gone, of a western civilization dying or dead.

It was a moment in time before the changes brought by the impressionists altered everything.

huckman
Such a wonderful book that also introduced me to artists I have not been aware of before. I bought this book because I loved Eugine Delacroix and it turned out that this book showed the work of the artists he painted with in England. Truly beautiful romantic paintings. I also loved the pioneering watercolor works.

you secret
This is the companion to a path-breaking exhibition concerning the influence of British painting on French romanticism post-Napoleon. The structure of the book takes a little getting used to -- chapters of text that sort of intertwine with the catalogue which is organized according to no principle I can figure. But the whole thing is exquisitely done -- and brings to light the importance of the British connection to the revolution in painting that one associates with Delacroix, and Corot, and, shortly thereafter, the Barbizon school.

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