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From Millet to Léger: Essays in Social Art History

Robert L. Herbert - Art - 2002 - 210 pages
A pre-eminent scholar of nineteenth- and twentieth-century French art, Robert L. Herbert has written extensively on aspects of this subject during his long career. This book ...
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Seurat: Drawings and Paintings

Robert L. Herbert - Art - 2001 - 195 pages
"This collection of the most influential of Herbert's writings on Seurat, long out of print, bear out the praise he has received for "his ability to mix a deep knowledge of ...
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Nature's Workshop: Renoir's Writings on the Decorative Arts

Robert L. Herbert - Art - 2000 - 278 pages
This book shows Auguste Renoir in an entirely new light, revealing an artist far more complex and thoughtful than previously believed. Seven unknown and unpublished texts ...
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Impressionism: Art, Leisure, and Parisian Society

Robert L. Herbert - Art - 1988 - 324 pages
Examines the use of cafes, opera houses, dance halls, theaters, racetracks, and the seaside in impressionist French paintings
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Monet on the Normandy Coast: Tourism and Painting, 1867-1886

Robert L. Herbert - Art - 1996 - 168 pages
This study presents an interpretation of Monet's seascapes of the Normandy coast, arguing that Monet's modernity lay in his production of neo-romantic myths. The author ...
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Georges Seurat, 1859-1891

Robert L. Herbert - Neo-impressionism (Art) - 1991 - 450 pages
A volume which embodies an entire generation of scholarship on the artist. Seurat's brief but brilliant career is traced from his early academic drawings of the 1870s to the ...
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A Woman of Amherst: The Travel Diaries of Orra White Hitchcock, 1847 and 1850

Robert L. Herbert - Biography & Autobiography - 2008 - 220 pages
From the pen of one of Amherst, Massachusetts's most important women comes an intriguing glimpse into the nineteenth century. Twice, Orra White Hitchcock traveled with her ...
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