Manet and the Sea is the first book to highlight the French master's beautiful and varied seascapes. Essays by leading scholars discuss how Manet completely overturned established academic conventions of marine painting in France
Manet and the Sea is the first book to highlight the French master's beautiful and varied seascapes. Essays by leading scholars discuss how Manet completely overturned established academic conventions of marine painting in France. His provocative approach was equal to that of his contemporary Gustave Courbet, and his bold and innovative techniques inspired many younger "Manet and the Sea is the first book to highlight the French master's beautiful and varied seascapes
Juliet Wilson-Bareau, David Degener. This exhibition catalogue focuses on Manet's maritime paintings. Edouard Manet (1832 -1883) was passionate about the sea.
Juliet Wilson-Bareau, David Degener. Before becoming a painter, he spent six months at sea and, like many Europeans of his era, he took numerous seaside holidays.
Juliet Wilson-Bareau is an internationally acclaimed art historian and one of the leading Manet scholars in the world. David Degener is an independent scholar based in San Francisco.
by David Degener and Juliet Wilson-Bareau. A study of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's acquisition, The 'Kearsarge' at Boulogne, by Edouard Manet (1832-1883). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780300099621. Release Date: June 2003.
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Manet and the Sea. By Juliet Wilson-Bareau and David Degener
Manet and the Sea. By Juliet Wilson-Bareau and David Degener. 288 pages 206 illustrations (132 in full color) 10 x 12". Paper 0-87633-175-4 Cloth 0-87633-174-6. It’s little known that before becoming a painter, Manet sought a career in the French navy and spent six months at sea; his marine works reflect his intimate knowledge of the power of the sea. He is reported to have witnessed one of the most important naval battles of the American Civil War on June 19, 1864, and produced the remarkable painting The Battle of the Kearsarge and the Alabama, that is in the Museum’s collections.
Juliet Wilson–Bareau (born 1935) is a British art historian, curator, and independent scholar, specialising in Francisco Goya and Édouard Manet. From 1993 to 1994, she held the Slade Professorship of Fine Art at the University of Oxford. She curated a show on Goya at the Museo del Prado in Madrid in 1993 and at the Royal Academy of Arts in London in 1994.
Wilson-Bareau, Juliet, with David C. Degener (2003) Introduction: Manet's Early Experience of the Sea. The Naval Engagement. Bareau, Juliet Wilson. Goya and the X numbers: The 1812 Inventory and Early Acquisitions of Goya Pictures. Degener (2003). This title is out of print. Introduction: Manet's Early Experience of the Sea. The Battle of the "Kearsarge" and the "Alabama". Metropolitan Museum Journal, Vol. 31 (1996).
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Author: David Degener,Juliet Wilson-Bareau
Category: Arts and Photo
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Publisher: Yale University Press (October 20, 2003)
Pages: 288 pages
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