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Ten impressionist and modern paintings and sculpture ...

Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd.

Ten impressionist and modern paintings and sculpture ...

[day of sale] Monday 3December 1990.

by Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd.

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Published by Christie, Manson & Woods in London .
Written in English


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The artist had experimented with cut paper throughout the s, most notably for the background of La danse, a mural executed for the home of Dr. The railway bridge is visible in the background of the present painting on the right and also forms the subject of another canvas that Caillebotte painted around the same time The auction catalogues may be viewed online at Doyle. Developing in Paris in the s, its influence spread throughout Europe and eventually the United States. Depicting the highway bridge that connects Argenteuil and Petit Gennevilliers, the present canvas is among Caillebotte's boldest and most inventive canvases from this period. This excellent group of paintings carried estimates made months before the onslaught of the financial crisis but followed by two days an auction at Sotheby's that indicated that prices would be quite low and the number of "passes" high.

The decade produced such masterpieces as The Bathers. Moreover, an entire section was given over to Matisse's work in cut paper, announcing the place that this form of expression was to occupy in his oeuvre during the ensuing years. They arranged their compositions so that the main subject commanded the viewer's attention. They exhibited together—albeit with shifting membership—eight times between and It measures 15 3.

Image via wikimedia. For a short time in the mid s, Renoir broke off with the impressionist movement for a more disciplined formal technique in portraits after getting impressed with the works of Raphael and other renaissance artists when he visited Italy in His painting Sunlight and Shadow: The Newbury Marshes not only reflects his interest in this subject matter, but also displays the detailed analysis of the landscape. The two bridges were dramatically different in both materials and design.


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In both cases, the arrangement of the cut-outs in the gallery indicated the importance that Matisse accorded them within his work. Turner 's atmospheric work was influential on the birth of Impressionism, here The Fighting Temeraire Radicals in their time, early Impressionists violated the rules of academic painting.

As a result, the five steel arches appear to leap into a void Founded in the midth century to train artists, the Academy also enforced artistic standards for how and what an artist could paint or sculpt. Recent rumors have suggest that the work could not be a genuine van Gogh, but a copy by Emile Schuffenecker.

Inhe began to design his own sailboats, which became well-known for their impressive record of victories, and he even financed his own boat construction yard at Petit Gennevilliers starting in While the composition is really simple two players facing each other, with a black bottle silently dividing the composition in two parts the fabulous psychological intensity in the faces of the players make this painting a masterpiece of post-impressionist art.

The bourgeois scene is developed under a strong "plein air" light. The Impressionists argued that people do not see objects but only the light which they reflect, and therefore painters should paint in natural light en plein air rather than in studios and should capture the effects of light in their work.

In fact, in this painting we can observe either real or fantastic elements. Even with the return of some stability, the mood is certain to be quite cautious for some time, especially in the area of contemporary art where values have soared much more than older art.

It was here that he finally assembled his notes, many of which he had been carrying around for years, and completed the German draft of On the Spiritual in Art. Pissarro was the only artist to show at all eight Impressionist exhibitions. The railway bridge is visible in the background of the present painting on the right and also forms the subject of another canvas that Caillebotte painted around the same time They abandoned traditional linear perspective and avoided the clarity of form that had previously served to distinguish the more important elements of a picture from the lesser ones.

His preoccupation with nudes created a wealth of eroticism that generally describes his lasting legacy to the impressionist artistic style. Originally built inthe highway bridge was made from wood and cut stone, with a traditional elevation based on a series of seven graceful, rounded arches springing from carved pilings.

There were official, government-sponsored painters' unions, while governments regularly held public exhibitions of new fine and decorative arts.

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Here we can see the bright colors and flat planes so characteristic of Synthetic Cubism, but instead of building up a single image from smaller pieces, this work presents a group of discreet objects, mechanical and organic. This gave rise to what art historian Ernst Gombrich called a "self-consciousness that made people select the style of their building as one selects the pattern of a wallpaper.

As the years pass, Theo secretly keeps it with him, a symbol of purity and a link with his mother, in a troubled life. The paint is often applied impasto.

When a besotted Basil Hallward paints the beautiful Dorian Gray, he fears that he has put too much of his own soul into the portrait. Exploring art, reading and what it means to be a woman in the past, present and future, this is a haunting read. It was only in his later work that he adopted the loose brushwork and subject matter we think of as Impressionist.

Their dealer, Durand-Ruelplayed a major role in this as he kept their work before the public and arranged shows for them in London and New York. Key Ideas The Impressionists loosened their brushwork and lightened their palettes to include pure, intense colors.

Infollowing his mother's death and the sale of the family estate in Yerres, Caillebotte and his brother Martial purchased a house directly across the river from Argenteuil in the quieter, more rustic town of Petit Gennevilliers. His painting Sunlight and Shadow: The Newbury Marshes not only reflects his interest in this subject matter, but also displays the detailed analysis of the landscape.

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I would prefer to keep them or to frame them by motif. He has painted not only the movement, the colour and the activity, but also the noise. His first series of paper cut-outs, dated late through earlyform a fairly consistent stylistic group, each consisting of a single motif, either geometric or vegetal, centered on a solid ground.

By returning to the principle of flatness as the essential fact in modernist painting, Matisse positioned himself to test anew the plastic possibilities of form and color, and in this way he reclaimed his status as a leading proponent of modernism in the art of his time.

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