The Studios of Paris: The Capital of Art in the Late Nineteenth Century
1988·New Haven, Connecticut
by Milner, John
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1988. Hardbound. VG- light corner and egde wear to book and dust jacket, previous owner's name inside ink.. Gray cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. [viii]; 248pp, 298 color and BW plates. Missing dust jacket. This book is about Paris during one of the most complex periods of its history, when its artists were numbered in thousands and when the annual Salon jury reduced its selection of works for display to a privileged 5,000-6,000 works. Features works by Degas, Meissonier, Jules Lefebvre, Edouard Manet, Jean-Francois Millet, Augustin-Jean, George's Seurat, Rodin, and so many more artists! Features Meissonier's studio, and several other famous studios in Paris. Places like Le Chateau, The Louvre, Rue de La Bruyere, etc. -Amazon.
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