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Chassé, Charles; Bullock, Michael (translator)

The Nabis & Their Period

The Nabis & Their Period

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New York: Praeger, 1969. First U.S. Edition. Large square quarto in illus sepi jacket; 136 pages illustrations (some color), portraits 27 cm.. "Bibliographies and exhibitions": pages 125-130. Color tipped-in plates. Fine in near fine to ner fine(-) jacket in archival mylar. Nice copy. Hardcover. ISBN: LCCN: 69-19189

Translation of the French-language original: Nabis et Leur Temps. / Books That Matter [series] ¶  "Les Nabis (French: les nabis, French pronunciation: [le nabi]) were a group of young French artists active in Paris from 1888 until 1900, who played a large part in the transition from impressionism and academic art to abstract art, symbolism and the other early movements of modernism. The members included Pierre Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Paul Ranson, Édouard Vuillard, Ker-Xavier Roussel, Félix Vallotton, Paul Sérusier and Auguste Cazalis. Most were students at the Académie Julian in Paris in the late 1880s. The artists shared a common admiration for Paul Gauguin and Paul Cézanne and a determination to renew the art of painting, but varied greatly in their individual styles. They believed that a work of art was not a depiction of nature, but a synthesis of metaphors and symbols created by the artist. In 1900, the artists held their final exhibition and went their separate ways."—Wikipedia. ¶  Contents: The Lycee Condorcet, cradle of the Nabis -- The forerunners of the Nabis movement -- Gustave Moreau -- Puvis de Chavannes -- Odilon Redon -- Eugene Carriere -- The intervention of Gauguin and Cezanne -- Paul Serusier, founder of the Nabi movement -- Maurice Denis -- Vuillard, Roussel, and Bonnard -- Edouard Vuillard -- K.-X. Roussel -- Pierre Bonnard -- Georges Lacombe and Paul Ranson -- Companions of Gauguin who were not completely Nabis -- Charles Filliger -- Maxime Maufra and Henry Moret -- Armand Seguin -- The case of Eile Bernard -- Links between the Nabis and sacred art -- What the Nabis understood by 'style' and by 'monumental style' -- Contradictory interpretations of the world 'style' -- Style, team work or work of the individual? -- What is monumental style? -- Biographies of the artists.

Painting, French -- 19th century. Nabis (Groupe d'artistes) Peinture française -- 19e siècle. Nabis (Group of artists) Painting, French. Simbolismo (Arte) Symbolism; symbolists. 1800-1899

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