The passions of Jean-Baptiste CarpeauxHardback
List price $60.99
You save $9.73 15% off
Free delivery worldwide
Dispatched in 4 business days
When will my order arrive?
- Publisher: Yale University Press
- Format: Hardback | 400 pages
- Dimensions: 249mm x 290mm x 33mm | 2,291g
- Publication date: 25 March 2014
- Publication City/Country: New Haven
- ISBN 10: 0300204310
- ISBN 13: 9780300204315
- Illustrations note: 275 colour images + 75 black-&-white illustrations
- Sales rank: 374,041
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827---1875) was an extraordinarily gifted sculptor--the greatest in 19th-century France before Rodin--and embodied the emotionally charged artistic climate of his era. The passionate Carpeaux comes alive in this handsome new publication. Carpeaux's wrenching representations of human forms, shown in beautiful color details and illustrations, echo his turbulent personal life, fraught with episodes of violence and fatal illness. The book covers the entire span of Carpeaux's career, and includes the masterpiece Ugolino and His Sons, newly discovered drawings, and a number of rarely seen or studied works. Previously unpublished letters between Carpeaux and his family and friends, a wealth of archival material, and the most detailed chronology of the artist's life ever published make this book the definitive resource on the artist and his creations.
Other books in this category
USD$16.80 - Save $6.06 26% off - RRP $22.86
USD$13.14 - Save $0.83 (5%) - RRP $13.97
USD$17.46 - Save $5.40 23% off - RRP $22.86
USD$11.80 - Save $10.29 46% off - RRP $22.09
USD$6.88 - Save $5.30 43% off - RRP $12.18
James David Draper is the Henry R. Kravis Curator in the Department of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Edouard Papet is chief curator of sculpture at the Musee d'Orsay, Paris.
"The handsome book, with contributions by a brilliant team of scholars, incorporates a wealth of newly discovered drawings and archival material. (This) monograph should foster wider fascination with this ingenious legacy."-Barrymore Laurence Scherer, Wall Street Journal -- Barrymore Laurence Scherer Wall Street Journal