Gauguin y los orígenes del simbolismo

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Editorial NEREA, 2004 - Art - 328 pages
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Accompanying an exhibition at the Thyssen-Bornemsiza museum, this book reveals the double facet of the artist and his legacy by detailing a series of successive encounters between Gauguin and his masters, his contemporaries, and his pupils. One of the key paradoxes concerning Paul Gauguin is the fact that he was both a profound individualist and at the same time the founder of an artistic school. For the young artists collectively known as the Nabis, Gauguin's personal version of symbolism became the canonical route to modern art.  

Acompañando una exhibición en el Museo Thyssen-Bornemsiza, este libro revela la personalidad doble del artista y su legado a través de una serie de roces entre Gauguin y sus maestros, sus contemporáneos y sus pupilos. Una de las paradojas claves de Paul Gaguin es que fue una persona extremamente individualista pero al mismo tiempo el fundador de una escuela de las artes. Para los jóvenes artistas conocidos como los Nabis, la visión personal del simbolismo de Gauguin se volvió una ruta canónica al arte moderno.

 

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Contents

Section 1
51
Section 2
115
Section 3
137
Section 4
143
Section 5
155
Section 6
161
Section 7
175
Section 8
187
Section 12
240
Section 13
247
Section 14
252
Section 15
255
Section 16
274
Section 17
283
Section 18
284
Section 19
289

Section 9
211
Section 10
237
Section 11
238
Section 20
297
Section 21
313
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Guillermo Solana is a professor of aesthetics and art theory at the Autonomous University of Madrid.

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