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Une image du peupleGustave Courbet et la révolution de 1848

Une image du peuple T. J. Clark - Une image du peuple
Art as a social practice through Gustave Courbet's œuvre and political commitment.
First edited in 1973, this study was a turning point in art history and soon became a classic. It focuses on Courbet's works during the four years following the 1848 French revolution, demonstrating how his political commitment lead him to transform art into a radical social practice.
See also Gustave Courbet.
Born in 1943 in Bristol, Timothy James Clark is Professor of Modern Art at the University of California, Berkeley.
Foreword by Thomas Schlesser.
Translated from the English by Anne-Marie Bony and Françoise Jaouën (original title: Image of the People: Gustave Courbet and the 1981 Revolution).
 
published in November 2007
French edition
17 x 20 cm (softcover)
336 pages (50 b/w ill.)
 
24.00
 
ISBN : 978-2-84066-214-3
EAN : 9782840662143
 
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