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- The Salon and the Royal Academy in the Nineteenth Century
- Painting and Reform in Eighteenth-Century France: Greuze's L'Accordee de Village
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This original book examines how the ambitions of artists in eighteenth-century France were affected by public opinions about the arts—the tastes of the art critics, of the state, and of the crowds who visited art salons. Among the many artists whose work is discussed and portrayed are Watteau, Greuze, and David. Its great strength and virtue is that is essays an interpretation of its subject that is firmly and subtly grounded in the social and the political.
The Salon and the Royal Academy in the Nineteenth Century
Thomas E. As practiced in universities and museums, respectable art history still has little to say about the cultural, social, and economic situations for art. Thus Thomas E. Crow rescues it fora more important and larger history by bringing the Parisian public into the arena. Some of the Salon commentators had official approval; the author takes a particular interest in those who did not, and thus had to break out of proscribed channels of publication in order to be heard. By the s politicians in both realms were addressing themselves to the same audience.
Painting and Reform in Eighteenth-Century France: Greuze's L'Accordee de Village
A salon is a gathering of people held by an inspiring host. During the gathering they amuse one another and increase their knowledge through conversation. These gatherings often consciously followed Horace 's definition of the aims of poetry , "either to please or to educate" Latin: aut delectare aut prodesse. Salons in the tradition of the French literary and philosophical movements of the 17th and 18th centuries were carried on until as recently as the s in urban settings. The salon was an Italian invention of the 16th century, which flourished in France throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. The salon continued to flourish in Italy throughout the 19th century. In 16th-century Italy, some brilliant circles formed in the smaller courts which resembled salons, often galvanized by the presence of a beautiful and educated patroness such as Isabella d'Este or Elisabetta Gonzaga.
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2. Salon Culture and Sensibility
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