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FAUVE PAINTING - The Making of Cultural Politics

FAUVE PAINTING. THE MAKING OF CULTURAL POLITICS

De betydeligste Fauvister var Henri Matisse, Andre Derain og Maurice Vlaminck. Bogen henvender sig til den læser, der vil have mere at vide, gå mere i dybden med den fauvistiske malemåde og kulturelle betydning.

 Fauve paintings, with their bold distortion of forms and exuberant colour, created great controversy when they were first exhibited in the early years of the 20th century. In this account of Fauvism, James Herbert examines significant paintings of the most famous members of the school - Matisse, Derain and Vlaminck - and shows that what appeared to be their artistic simplicity in fact disguised an involvement in many of the pressing issues of the day. Herbert examines key paintins that exemplify the central themes of Fauvism, analyzing them in the light of the political-cultural debates of the time and relating them to other visual and verbal texts - from political tracts and art-critical writings to tourist postcards and travel guidebooks.

Herbert argues that Fauve pictures defined an aesthetic of the landscape that facilitated the cultural expansion of Parisians into the suburbs as residents and into the south of France and overseas as tourists. Matisse's pictures of nudes both articulated a gendered dynamic vision and contributed to the colonial project of knowing Africa. And Fauve paintings, by combining the "grande tradition" of classical painting with the legacy of Impressionism and post-Impressionism, fused tradition and innovation to portray a national culture.

In examining the paintings in their broader contexts, Herbert establishes how they redefined and reconfigured the artistic traditions that they inherited and how they dissimulated politics as art. This book should be of interest to art historians, cultural historians and those involved in the investigation of the politics of representation.

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Emne Fauvisme/Modernisme
Kunstner Diverse
Forfatter HERBERT, James D.
Sprog Engelsk
Illustrationer 225 ill, heraf 150 i farver
Format / Sideantal 26 x 20 cm / 224
Udgivelsesår 1992
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Yale University Press
Antikvarisk
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ISBN 0300050682
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FAUVE PAINTING. THE MAKING OF CULTURAL POLITICS

De betydeligste Fauvister var Henri Matisse, Andre Derain og Maurice Vlaminck. Bogen henvender sig til den læser, der vil have mere at vide, gå mere i dybden med den fauvistiske malemåde og kulturelle betydning.

 Fauve paintings, with their bold distortion of forms and exuberant colour, created great controversy when they were first exhibited in the early years of the 20th century. In this account of Fauvism, James Herbert examines significant paintings of the most famous members of the school - Matisse, Derain and Vlaminck - and shows that what appeared to be their artistic simplicity in fact disguised an involvement in many of the pressing issues of the day. Herbert examines key paintins that exemplify the central themes of Fauvism, analyzing them in the light of the political-cultural debates of the time and relating them to other visual and verbal texts - from political tracts and art-critical writings to tourist postcards and travel guidebooks.

Herbert argues that Fauve pictures defined an aesthetic of the landscape that facilitated the cultural expansion of Parisians into the suburbs as residents and into the south of France and overseas as tourists. Matisse's pictures of nudes both articulated a gendered dynamic vision and contributed to the colonial project of knowing Africa. And Fauve paintings, by combining the "grande tradition" of classical painting with the legacy of Impressionism and post-Impressionism, fused tradition and innovation to portray a national culture.

In examining the paintings in their broader contexts, Herbert establishes how they redefined and reconfigured the artistic traditions that they inherited and how they dissimulated politics as art. This book should be of interest to art historians, cultural historians and those involved in the investigation of the politics of representation.