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Exposition d'Art français de São-Paulo . Catalogue des Oeuvres Eposées. Preface by Gabriel Hanotaux. Introduction by Hourticq.

HANOTAUX, Gabriel, Hourticq, and R. Maupas.

Published by São Paulo and Paris, Comité France-Amérique [printed by J. Cussac, Paris], 1913., 1913
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4°, quarter green morocco over green pebbled cloth boards (worn), gilt spine with raised bands in five compartments, gilt letter in second compartment from head, decorated endleaves, top edge rouged, other edges uncut Oval woodcut vignette on title page. Illustrated with reproductions of photographs of paintings and sculpture. Typographical headpieces. Nicely printed on high quality paper. In good condition. Small blue stamp of "Bibl. Olysip. Coll. // S. Ionnis de Brito" on initial blank leaf recto and title page. viii, 98 pp., 24 plates. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The exhibition was divided into three main sections: I: Art Rétrospectif (pp. 7-42); II: Beaux-Arts (pp. 43-66); and III: Art Décoratif (pp. 67-98). The first section deals with architecture from ancient Gaul to the nineteenth century, Art in the eighteenth century, including painting, sculpture and engraving, and Art in the nineteenth century, divided into Empire, Romantic, Landscapes of 1830, Academic and Naturalist, Decorative, and Impressionist paintings, as well as an overview of nineteenth-century sculture. Paintings exhibited included works by Watteau (16), Fragonard (20), Chardin (8), David (21), Prudhon (14), Géricault (6), Delacroix (16), Ingres (26), Corot (16), Rousseau (9), Millet (23), Courbet (16), Manet (14), Monet (6), Renoir (7), Degas (7), Pissaro (4), Cézane (4), and a host of others. Among the sculptures were works by David dAngers (13), Rodin (6), and numerous others. The furniture, silver, etc. were of extremely high quality.The text for the section on the decorative arts is signed by R. Maupas. Other texts are not attributed.*** Not located in Porbase. Not located in Copac. Bookseller Inventory # 25763

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Title: Exposition d'Art français de São-Paulo . ...

Publisher: São Paulo and Paris, Comité France-Amérique [printed by J. Cussac, Paris], 1913.

Publication Date: 1913

Binding: Hardcover

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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