Hardcover. This is the birth of modernity as seen through sixty stunning early works by three of the greatest artists of all times. This catalogue begins by examining Picassos pre-cubist period, betw.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 206 pages. 1.542. Bookseller Inventory #
The birth of the modern as seen through sixty stunning early works by three of the greatest artists of all time. This splendid catalog brings together the early works of Picasso, Miro, and Dali, the extraordinary Spanish artists who had a key role in early modern art.
The publication begins by examining Picasso’s pre-cubist period (1900-1905), while closely contrasting works created by Joan Miro between 1915-1920 with those by Salvador Dali between 1920-1925 in order to highlight the differences and stylistic relationships prior to the three artists’ adherence to surrealism.
The authors have chosen early works rarely exhibited or published that show the artists’ early influences. Picasso’s early work is profoundly influenced by the artist’s political convictions. As for Miro, he rejected figurative painting as an expression of the cultural identity of the governing classes and also saw cubism as a “political tool.” Dali was ousted from the Academy in 1926 for having declared that no one in the faculty was sufficiently competent to examine him, yet his early work is marked by a complete mastery of pictorial techniques.
About the Author:
The curator Cristoph Vitali was director of the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt, the Haus der Kunst in Munich, the Beyeler Foundation in Basel, and the German Federal Republic Art and Exhibition Hall in Bonn. Eugenio Carmona, who is a well-known art historian, is a specialist in Spanish modern art.
Title: Picasso, Miro, Dali: Angry Young Men: The ...
Publication Date: 2011
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Book Description Skira, 2011. Florence, Palazzo Strozzi, 12 March - 17 July 2011. Edited by Eugenio Carmona and Christoph Vitali. English Text. Milano, 2011; clothbound, pp. 206, col. ill. and plates, cm 25x28. The birth of modernity as seen through sixty stunning early works by three of the greatest artists of all times. This catalogue begins by examining Picasso's pre-cubist period, between 1900 and 1905, while closely contrasting works created by Juan Miró between 1915 and 1920 with those by Salvador Dalí in the five-year period between 1920-1925, in order to highlight the differences and stylistic relationships marking the period prior to the two artists' adherence to Surrealist poetics. In order to enquire into particular aspects of the early production of these artists, the authors have chosen works rarely exhibited in public or published; yet these fascinating paintings influenced what was to come, and they include The Spanish Dancer from 1901 by Picasso, Threshing by Mirò from 1918, and Neo-cubist academy by Dalì, which dates from 1926. Picasso's early work is profoundly influenced by the artist's political convictions: in Madrid in 1901 Picasso founded the magazine "Arte Joven", which frequently published unforgiving images of the plight of the proletariat. As for Miró, he rejected figurative painting as an expression of the cultural identity of the governing classes and also saw cubism as a "political tool". Much younger than Picasso and Miró, Dalí was ousted from the Academy in 1926, shortly prior to undertaking final examinations, for having declared that no one in the faculty was sufficiently competent to examine him. His early work is marked by a complete mastery of pictorial techniques, an example is Girl at the window from 1926, depicted with vivid realism. Seller Inventory # 2295678
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