Flaxman Europe Outline
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📒Flaxman Europe Outline ✍ Sarah Symmons
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📒The Age Of Undress ✍ Amelia Rauser
✏The Age of Undress Book Summary : Neoclassicism recast as a feminine, progressive movement through the lens of empire-style fashion, as well as related art and literature The Age of Undress explores the emergence and meaning of neoclassical dress in the 1790s, tracing its evolution from Naples to London and Paris over the course of a single decade. The neoclassical style of clothing--often referred to as robe à la grecque, empire style, or "undress"--is marked by a sheer, white, high-waisted muslin dress worn with minimal undergarments, often accessorized with a cashmere shawl. This style represented a dramatic departure from that of previous decades and was short lived: by the 1820s, corsets, silks, and hoop skirts were back in fashion. Amelia Rauser investigates this sudden transformation and argues that women styled themselves as living statues, artworks come to life, an aesthetic and philosophical choice intertwined with the experiments and innovations of artists working in other media during the same period. Although neoclassicism is often considered a cold, rational, and masculine movement, Rauser's analysis shows that it was actually deeply passionate, with women at its core--as ideals and allegories, as artistic agents, and as important patrons.
📒Historical View Of The Literature Of The South Of Europe ✍ Jean Charles Léonard Simonde de Sismondi
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📒Byron A Poet Before His Public ✍ Philip W. Martin
✏Byron A Poet Before His Public Book Summary : This book is a major reappraisal of byron's poetry which grapples firmly with the paradox of his work - that in spite of his enormous influence, the magnetic power of his personality, and the fascination of his life, the poetry is often of inferior quality and so inconsistent in its attitudes that Byron's poetic seriousness is inevitably called into question. The focus of the book is the nature of byron's relationship with his public and its effect on his poetry; a subject which has remained largely unexplored. Dr Martin considers Byron's anomalous position as an aristocrat in a literary market governed by commercial interests and middle class tastes and reading habits. He suggests that the whole of Bryon's poetry can be seen as a performance determined by a number of factors: Byron's anxieties about his modernity, his contemporaries, and the image his readers were ready to fashion for him.
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📒Flaxman S Illustrations For Dante S Divine Comedy ✍ John Flaxman
✏Flaxman s Illustrations for Dante s Divine Comedy Book Summary : These 110 deceptively simple illustrations are the great achievement of English artist John Flaxman. Awash in pathos and recalling a classically Greek style, they have inspired such artists as Goya and Ingres.
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📒The Encyclopedia Britannica ✍ Hugh Chisholm
✏The Encyclopedia Britannica Book Summary :
📒The Encyclop Dia Britannica ✍ Hugh Chisholm
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📒Encyclopedia Britannica ✍ Hugh Chisholm
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