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  • af MD, Melanie Cooper, Jessica Priebe, mfl.
    361,95 - 1.157,95 kr.

  • - The German-French Connection
    af Tilden Russell
    805,95 kr.

    During the first two decades of the eighteenth century, two evolving dance-historical realms intersected-theory and practice. While the French produced works on notation, choreography, and repertoire, German dance writers responded with an important body of work on dance theory. This book examines the reception of French dance in Germany.

  • - Looking Smart
    af Paula Rea Radisich
    413,95 - 838,95 kr.

    This book analyzes the genre subjects created by Jean Simeon Chardin in the 1730s and 1740s as exemplars of a period-specific aesthetic known as the gout moderne or Modern taste, a category shaped by the literary Quarrel of the Ancients versus the Moderns.

  • - The Image of Porcelain in Eighteenth-Century France
    af Christine A. Jones
    838,95 kr.

    Shapely Bodies: The Image of Porcelain in Eighteenth-Century France constructs the first cultural history of porcelain-making in France. It takes its title from two types of ';bodies' treated in this study: the craft of porcelain, making shaped clods of earth into a clay body to produce high-end commodities, and the French elite shaping human bodies into social subjects with the help of makeup, stylish patterns, and accessories. These practices crossed paths in the work of artisans, whose luxury objects reflected and also influenced the curves of fashion in the eighteenth century. French artisans began trials to reproduce fine Chinese porcelain in the 1660s. The challenge proved impossible until they found an essential ingredient, kaolin, in French soil in the 1760s. Shapely Bodies differs from other studies of French porcelain in that it does not begin in the 1760s at the Sevres manufactory when it became technically possible to produce fine porcelain in France, but instead ends there. Without the secret of Chinese porcelain, artisans in France turned to radical forms of experimentation. Over the first half of the eighteenth century, they invented artificial alternatives to Chinese porcelain, decorated them with French style, and, with equal determination, shaped an identity for their new trade that distanced it from traditional guild-crafts and aligned it with scientific invention. The backstory of porcelain making before kaolin provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of artisanal innovation and cultural mythmaking.To write artificial porcelain into a history of ';real' porcelain dominated by China, Japan, and Meissen in Saxony, French porcelainiers learned to describe their new commodity in language that tapped into national pride and the mythic power of French savoir faire. Artificial porcelain cut such a fashionable image that by the mid-eighteenth century, Louis XV appropriated it for the glory of the crown. When the monarchy ended, revolutionaries reclaimed French porcelain, the fruit of a century of artisanal labor, for the Republic. Tracking how the porcelain arts were depicted in documents and visual arts during one hundred years of experimentation, Shapely Bodies reveals the politics behind the making of French porcelain's image.

  • - Ornament, Rhetoric, and Noble Culture in the Work of Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1672-1742)
    af Jean-Francois Bedard
    838,95 kr.

    This book features an extraordinary album of ornament designs by the French architect Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1672-1742). In charge of the buildings and grounds of Philippe, duke of Orlans, regent of France during the minority of Louis XV, Oppenord was at the center of the architectural practice of his time. As made evident by this album, his consummate draftsmanship, praised by his contemporaries and coveted by collectors, exceeded by far the practical demands usually required of architects. On a copy of the first French edition of Cesare Ripa's Iconologia, published by Jean Baudoin in 1636 with engravings by Jacques de Bi, Oppenord drew vignettes, head and tail pieces, borders and other ornamental motifs. For the first time, this publication reproduces Oppenord's album in its initial state. Today's reassembled and rebound album of sixty sheets bears little resemblance to Oppenord's original copy. A bibliographic analysis of the Ripa-Baudoin book, based on a copy kept at the Bibliothque nationale de France, and confirmed by a previously unnoticed numbering by Oppenord, guided this first reconstitution. In lieu of a haphazard succession of sketches, it reveals Oppenord's fascinating interplay between text, engraved and drawn images.

  • - The Culture of Genre in the Eighteenth Century
     
    678,95 kr.

    Explores the representation of everyday life across several disciplines in a century known for its interest in individual experience of the mundane as well as the heroic. This text explores not merely the range of performances under the banner of everyday, but also meanings inherent in these attempts to create art out of experience of the ""real.

  • - The Image of Porcelain in Eighteenth-Century France
    af Christine A. Jones
    413,95 kr.

    Shapely Bodies is the first study of the politics behind the making of porcelain's fashionable image in eighteenth-century France.

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