Sourcebook of Gauguin's Symbolist Followers: Les Nabis, Pont-Aven, Rose + Croix

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Overview

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) played a seminal role in Post-Impressionist France. In his writings and work, he favored emotional responses to nature over intellectual uses of lines, color, and composition. In 1888 he and Emile Bernard developed a new style called Synthetism. Three groups of Gauguin's symbolist followers—Pont Aven, Les Nabis, and Rose + Croix pursued and extended the Synthetist vision. This sourcebook focuses on the most prominent adherents of the three schools directly affected by Gauguin's symbolism.

This is the first comprehensive, single-volume guide and bibliography of artists in these three important French avant-garde movements. This work covers the entire careers of 16 artists by providing biographical sketches, chronologies, citations to primary and secondary literature and exhibitions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780313312052
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/30/2004
  • Series: Art Reference Collection
  • Pages: 968
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

RUSSELL T. CLEMENT is the head of the Art collection at Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Illinois. His recent publications include The Women Impressionists co-authored with Annick Houze and Chritiane Erbolato-Ramsey (Greenwood, 2000); Neo-Impressionist Painters, co-authored by Annick Houze (Greenwood, 1999); Four French Symbolists (Greenwood, 1996); and Les Fauves (Greenwood, 1994).

ANNICK HOUZE is the French, Italian, and Art cataloguer at the Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo. She co-authored Women Impressionists (Greenwood, 2000) with Russel Clement and Christiane Erbolato-Ramsey, and Neo-Impressionist Painters (Greenwood, 1999) with Russel Clement. She is a native of Dunkerque, France.

CHRISTIANE ERBOLATO-RAMSEY is the Fine Arts Librarian at Brigham Young University and holds an MLS and an MA in Art History. She has researched Latin American Women Artists and computer applications in the study of art history. She is a member of the Art Libraries Society of North America. She is also co-compiler of The Women Impressionists (Greenwood, 2000).

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Table of Contents

Gauguin's symbolist followers general chronology, 1886-1900 1
Pont-aven, nabis, rose + croix, and European art symbolism in general 19
The school of Pont-Aven 155
Emile Bernard
Armand Seguin
The nabis 229
Paul Serusier
Pierre Bonnard
Edouard Vuillard
Felix Vallotton
Aristide Maillol
Ker-Xavier Roussel
Jozsef Ripple-Ronai
Paul Elie Ranson
Georges Lacombe
Jacob Meyer de Haan
Salons de la Rose + Croix 693
Fernand Khnopff
Ferdinand Hodler
Jan Toorop
Carlos Schwabe
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