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印象巴黎 历史地理类;专著;甲骨文

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罗斯·金对这场意义重大的艺术运动进行了一丝不苟的研究,把重点放在了两位最重要的但也是相互对立的先驱者——埃内斯特·梅索尼埃和爱德华·马奈的故事上。埃内斯特·梅索尼埃是19世纪中期最受赞赏的画家,因致力于创作像照片一样写实的以拿破仑战争场景为主的绘画作品而举世闻名;相反,马奈则总是因自己不拘一格的画风和充满情欲色彩的主题而遭到嘲笑。在马奈的一生中,他几乎没有在与世人的斗争中获得过什么胜利,不过他靠自己的画笔开拓了一条与停滞不前的学院派风格迥异的道路,最终赢得了艺术的未来之战。
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  • 文前彩插
  • 本书获誉
  • 正文插图列表
  • 第一章 在梅索尼埃家
  • 第二章 现代生活
  • 第三章 完美的诱惑
  • 第四章 维多琳小姐
  • 第五章 天才之梦
  • 第六章 青春的无畏
  • 第七章 眼花缭乱的帆布迷宫
  • 第八章 维纳斯沙龙
  • 第九章 傻瓜的风暴
  • 第十章 著名的胜利
  • 第十一章 年轻的法国人
  • 第十二章 评审
  • 第十三章 M展厅
  • 第十四章 天上掉馅饼
  • 第十五章 污秽肮脏的泔水
  • 第十六章 丑陋的使徒
  • 第十七章 委拉斯开兹大师
  • 第十八章 杀手评委团
  • 第十九章 莫奈还是马奈?
  • 第二十章 剑光一闪
  • 第二十一章 奇妙、奇观和奇迹
  • 第二十二章 朋友的葬礼
  • 第二十三章 马术表演
  • 第二十四章 新人的沙龙
  • 第二十五章 在海边
  • 第二十六章 贝尔特小姐
  • 第二十七章 腾空飞驰
  • 第二十八章 巴蒂尼奥勒的野猪
  • 第二十九章 好高骛远
  • 第三十章 普鲁士恐怖
  • 第三十一章 巴黎的末日
  • 第三十二章 血之狂欢
  • 第三十三章 艰难岁月
  • 第三十四章 引起纷争的金苹果
  • 第三十五章 一枚金戒指
  • 第三十六章 纯粹的哈勒姆啤酒
  • 第三十七章 超越完美
  • 第三十八章 解救巴黎
  • 尾声 最后的润色
  • 政治事件时间表
  • 致谢
  • 索引
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