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The Dog in Art : From Rococo to Post Modernism. - Rosenblum, R.
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[EAN: 9780719546426], [SC: 13.04], [PU: John Murray, London, first edition, 1988], THE DOG IN ART. WYKBOOKS 25698 DOGS ART, MODERN. VISUAL ARTS, 1730-1987. -- SPECIAL SUBJECTS: ARTS SUBJECTS - 1724-1985 ICONOGRAPHY DEPICTIONS. ZOOLOGICAL ART CANIDAE . ROSENBLUM, ROBERT, Jacket, Cloth, 4to, 25 cm, 119, [1] pp, colour plates. From the blurb: "All manner of dogs are on the loose in this mock-serious survey of man's best friend. Never before has the hound been treated so well as by distinguished art historian Robert Rosenblum, who has chosen images of dogs (people, if they appear at all, are in secondary roles) to illustrate major cultural and social changes from the flowering of eighteenth-century Romanticism to the machine age and Post-Modernism. In these sixty-one works Robert Rosenblum presents some of the greatest artists and their works of the past 250 years in a lively, utterly engaging narrative. Paintings, watercolours, drawings, photographs, and works of architecture and sculpture present us with a dog's-eye view of the world at large: truth and courage in White Poodle in a Punt by Stubbs; loss in Turner's Dawn After the Wreck\\ fairy-tale charm in Gauguin's Still Life with Three Puppies ("one of the most surprising dog pictures of the late nineteenth century"). And, too, there is the domain of dog portraiture, ranging from a court musician's Pomeranian painted by Gainsborough, and a Japanese pooch named Tama, painted both by Manet and Renoir, up to portraits by artists of their own dogs: Picasso's Klipper; Warhol's Amos; Katz's Sunny; Wegman's Man Ray. What emerges, in short, is as much human as canine. Robert Rosenblum's The Dog in Art from Rococo to Post-Modernism is a wonderfully appealing, erudite, and thoughtful book, a real treasure for any reader. " Near Fine in Near Fine dustwrapper

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The Dog in Art : From Rococo to Post Modernism. - First edition

1988, ISBN: 0719546427

Hardcover, ID: 7350819988

[EAN: 9780719546426], [PU: John Murray, London, first edition, 1988], THE DOG IN ART. WYKBOOKS 25698 DOGS ART, MODERN. VISUAL ARTS, 1730-1987. -- SPECIAL SUBJECTS: ARTS SUBJECTS - 1724-1985 ICONOGRAPHY DEPICTIONS. ZOOLOGICAL ART CANIDAE . ROSENBLUM, ROBERT, Jacket, Cloth, 4to, 25 cm, 119, [1] pp, colour plates. From the blurb: "All manner of dogs are on the loose in this mock-serious survey of man's best friend. Never before has the hound been treated so well as by distinguished art historian Robert Rosenblum, who has chosen images of dogs (people, if they appear at all, are in secondary roles) to illustrate major cultural and social changes from the flowering of eighteenth-century Romanticism to the machine age and Post-Modernism. In these sixty-one works Robert Rosenblum presents some of the greatest artists and their works of the past 250 years in a lively, utterly engaging narrative. Paintings, watercolours, drawings, photographs, and works of architecture and sculpture present us with a dog's-eye view of the world at large: truth and courage in White Poodle in a Punt by Stubbs; loss in Turner's Dawn After the Wreck\\ fairy-tale charm in Gauguin's Still Life with Three Puppies ("one of the most surprising dog pictures of the late nineteenth century"). And, too, there is the domain of dog portraiture, ranging from a court musician's Pomeranian painted by Gainsborough, and a Japanese pooch named Tama, painted both by Manet and Renoir, up to portraits by artists of their own dogs: Picasso's Klipper; Warhol's Amos; Katz's Sunny; Wegman's Man Ray. What emerges, in short, is as much human as canine. Robert Rosenblum's The Dog in Art from Rococo to Post-Modernism is a wonderfully appealing, erudite, and thoughtful book, a real treasure for any reader. " Near Fine in Near Fine dustwrapper

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John Murray, London, first edition, 1988. Cloth, 4to, 25 cm,. 119, [1] pp, colour plates. From the blurb: "All manner of dogs are on the loose in this mock-serious survey of man's best friend. Never before has the hound been treated so well as by distinguished art historian Robert Rosenblum, who has chosen images of dogs (people, if they appear at all, are in secondary roles) to illustrate major cultural and social changes from the flowering of eighteenth-century Romanticism to the machine age and Post-Modernism. In these sixty-one works Robert Rosenblum presents some of the greatest artists and their works of the past 250 years in a lively, utterly engaging narrative. Paintings, watercolours, drawings, photographs, and works of architecture and sculpture present us with a dog's-eye view of the world at large: truth and courage in White Poodle in a Punt by Stubbs; loss in Turner's Dawn After the Wreck\ fairy-tale charm in Gauguin's Still Life with Three Puppies ("one of the most surprising dog pictures of the late nineteenth century"). And, too, there is the domain of dog portraiture, ranging from a court musician's Pomeranian painted by Gainsborough, and a Japanese pooch named Tama, painted both by Manet and Renoir, up to portraits by artists of their own dogs: Picasso's Klipper; Warhol's Amos; Katz's Sunny; Wegman's Man Ray. What emerges, in short, is as much human as canine. Robert Rosenblum's The Dog in Art from Rococo to Post-Modernism is a wonderfully appealing, erudite, and thoughtful book, a real treasure for any reader. Near Fine in Near Fine dustwrapper., John Murray, London, first edition, 1988, 1988

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The Dog in Art from Rococo to Post-Modernism
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ROSENBLUM, ROBERT

Title:

The Dog in Art from Rococo to Post-Modernism

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The Dog in Art - From Rococo to Post Modernism.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780719546426
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0719546427
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Publishing year: 1989
Publisher: No date (c.1988).

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ISBN/EAN: 0719546427

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