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Cezanne Pissarro: Pioneering Modern Painting, Cezanne and Pissarro 1865 to 1885
Joachim Pissarro
0870701843
June 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
From the mid-1860s to the mid-1880s two artistic legends, Paul Cézanne and Camille Pissarro, executed numerous paintings side by side as they worked in Pontoise and Auvers. This book accompanies an exhibition of 74 paintings and 8 drawings that embody the core of the two artists' collaboration and explores their artistic relationship in detail. Their dynamic interaction began with their first meeting at the Academie Suisse, Paris, circa 1861, and continued through much of their careers. To examine the techniques that Cézanne and Pissarro adopted in response to each other's work, the exhibition and book juxtapose related works by both artists, reuniting many of them for the first time since they were created. The friendship between Cézanne and Pissarro was of considerable importance within the...


Camille Pissarro
Mike Venezia
0516225774
September 2003
Library Binding
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Card catalog description
Describes the life and work of the twentieth-century French painter, Camille Pissarro.


Camille Pissarro
Mike Venezia
0516269771
March 2004
Paperback
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Card catalog description
Describes the life and work of the twentieth-century French painter, Camille Pissarro. --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.


Camille Pissarro
Terence Maloon
0300115520
February 2006
Paperback
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Review
Library Journal : "[A] well-conceived and handsome catalog"-Library Journal

Book Description
Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) was the only member of the Impressionist group to exhibit in all eight of their exhibitions held in Paris between 1874 and 1886. He drafted the Impressionist convention and was the principal organizer of the first exhibition held in 1874. He was a bold and restless experimenter throughout his career, working in a variety of mediums and techniques, including painting, drawing, and printmaking.  Pissarro was also regarded as an astute judge of young talent. Cézanne and Gauguin both acknowledged their profound debt to him, and Seurat, Signac and Matisse also benefited from Pissarro's generous encouragement and advice at the start of their careers.


Neo-Impressionist Painters
Russell T. Clement
0313303827
Sept 1999
Hardcover
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Review
“A valuable research tool.”–Choice

Book Description
This reference provides biographical, historical, and critical information on Neo-Impressionist painting and its most significant painters. Neo-Impressionism, also called Divisionism and Pointillism, was one of the most innovative and startling late 19th-century French avant-garde styles. Over 2,000 books, articles, manuscripts, and audiovisual materials as well as chronologies, biographical sketches, and exhibition lists are cited. Also provided are both primary and secondary bibliographies for each artist. Secondary bibliographies capture details about each artist's life and career, relationships with other artists, work in various media, iconography, critical reception and interpretation, archival sources and...


Pissarro
Christopher Lloyd
0714827290
August 1998
Paperback
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Book Description
Another title from The Crown Art Library, the most useful monographs available on a wide range of significant artists. Each volume is written by an internationally recognized authority and is generously illustrated with full-color reproductions of the artist's paintings and two-color reproductions of sketches and line drawings. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: French --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


Pissarro
Camille Pissarro
0486441571
Apr 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Innovative Impressionist Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) captured on canvas his impressions of light on varied subjects. Sixteen of his finest Parisian and provincial scenes are included in this charming sticker collection, including The Railroad Bridge at Pointoise.


Letters of Lucien to Camille Pissarro, 1883-1903
Lucien Pissarro
0521021677
November 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
The letters of the Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro are well known. Here, with the replies of his painter son Lucien, the world of post-William Morris London appears to complement Camille's Paris. Lucien Pissarro was principally engaged after 1890 with his Eragny Press productions in London. His letters to Camille include technical discussions for the translation of drawings, sometimes by his father, to woodblocks engraved by Lucien, together with Lucien's reactions to his father's comments on work, art trends, personalities, and his own struggles for recognition and financial independence. In sum this substantial collection of letters, published in the original French, with extensive notes and illustrations, offers a unique source for anyone interested in English "aesthetic" life toward the end of the...


Artists, Writers, Politics: Camille Pissarro and His Friends
Anne Thorold
0900090731
September 2004
Paperback
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From the Publisher
From an exhibit focusing on the letters between Camille Pissarro and his eldest son, part of the Pissarro family archive now in the Ashmolean (extracts in the original French). One of three books on Pissarro from the Ashmolean at Oxford, England, and available from this American source. Distributed by Woodstocker Books.


Camille Pissarro and his Family: The Pissarro Collection in the Ashmolean Museum
Anne Thorold
1854440322
September 2004
Hardcover
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Pissarro, Neo-Impressionism, and the Spaces of the Avant-Garde
Martha Ward
0226873242
July 1996
Hardcover
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Book Description
Martha Ward tracks the development and reception of neo-impressionism, revealing how the artists and critics of the French art world of the 1880s and 1890s created painting's first modern vanguard movement.

Paying particular attention to the participation of Camille Pissarro, the only older artist to join the otherwise youthful movement, Ward sets the neo-impressionists' individual achievements in the context of a generational struggle to redefine the purposes of painting. She describes the conditions of display, distribution, and interpretation that the neo-impressionists challenged, and explains how these artists sought to circulate their own work outside of the prevailing system. Paintings, Ward argues, often anticipate and respond to their own conditions of display and use, and in the case of the...


Pissarro and Pontoise: The Painter in a Landscape
Richard R. Brettell
0300043368
September 1990
Hardcover
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