The women in Impressionist painting represent the full spectrum of faces of the 19th-century woman, from elite portraiture to working class scenes. Women and Impressionism examines the avant-garde position of the Impressionists, whose paintings depicted a series of conceptual and historical shifts by depicting traditional, visual schemes with added new meanings, contributing visually to the breakthrough of the modern. The concept of qthe new womanq came into existence in this confrontation of conflicting interests.Women and Impressionism begins with an examination of two works by Manet-La MaArtresse de Baudelaire couchAce, 1862, and Portrait de Zacharie Astruc, 1866. The volume then traces the representation of women as it manifested in the work of the Impressionists in the 1870s and the early 1880s. The exhibition catalog includes a number of works from the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek collection as well as from prestigious international private and public institutions.Professor A. Rover. ... Springfield 1867. quoted in Curry 2004, unpaginated. ... // on to Play Croquet, A New Ibcket Manual of Complete Instruction, tor All Plovers, Boston 1865. pp. ... 75. Ibid., p. 238. 76. liiis interpretation of the mural was first presented in my paper titled aquot;Cassatta#39;s Mural of Modem Womanaquot;, at the College Artanbsp;...
|Title||:||Women in Impressionism|
|Author||:||Sidsel Maria Søndergaard, Susan Elizabeth Strauber, Ny Carlsberg glyptotek|
|Publisher||:||Skira - Berenice - 2006|