Snapshot : painters and photography, Bonnard to Vuillard / edited by Elizabeth W. Easton ; with contributions by Clément Chéroux [and others].
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch||779.0944 SNAPSHOT (Text)||33946003080558||Nonfiction . 2nd Floor||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780300172362
- ISBN: 0300172362
- ISBN: 9789079310289
- ISBN: 907931028X
- Physical Description: xiii, 234 pages : illustrations, plates, photographs ; 30 cm
- Publisher: New Haven ; Yale University Press, 2012.
|General Note:|| Issued in connection with exhibitions held October 14, 2011-January 8, 2012, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, February 4-May 6, 2012, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., and June 8-September 2, 2012, Indianapolis Museum of Art.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Innovative devices: George Eastman and the handheld camera / Todd Gustavson -- New truths of the snapshot / Michel Frizot -- A sense of context: amateur photography in the late nineteenth century / Clément Chéroux -- Sneak previews: nude photographs by Pierre Bonnard and George Hendrik Breitner / Anne McCauley -- Pierre Bonnard's amateur photographs: a poetic, dancing world / Françoise Heilbrun -- Movement studies in an urban setting: the photographs of George Hendrik Breitner / Hans Rooseboom -- Pushing the boundaries of the Kodak: Maurice Denis's innovative snapshots / Saskia Ooms -- Henri Evenepoel: an abundance of gifts / Eliza Rathbone -- Engineer of shadow and light: Henri Rivière as photographer / Ellen W. Lee -- Vallotton and photography: freeze frame / Katia Poletti -- Edouard Vuillard's photography and the limitations of truth / Elizabeth W. Easton.
|Summary, etc.:|| "The advent of the Kodak camera in 1888 made photography accessible to amateurs as well as to professionals. Artists were not immune to its allure, and many began experimenting with the camera as a means of capturing images as studies for final works and of observing the world and the people in it. Snapshot investigates seven Post-Impressionist painters and printmakers: Pierre Bonnard, George Hendrik Breitner, Maurice Denis, Henri Evenepoel, Henri Rivière, Félix Vallotton, and Edouard Vuillard. Although celebrated for their works on canvas and paper, these artists also made many personal and informal snapshots. Depicting interiors, city streets, nudes, and portraits, these photographs were kept private and never exhibited. As a result, most have never been published. Juxtaposing personal photographs with the related paintings and prints by these Post-Impressionist artists, Snapshot offers a new perspective on early photography and on the synthesis of painting and photography at the end of the 19th century."--Provided by publisher.
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