Paul Marc Joseph Chenavard: Artist of 1848
University of North Carolina Press, 1962 - 214 pagine
This book is an account of the striking parallelism between the symbolic significance of the Pantheon and the life and thought of Paul Chenavard. More broadly, it illuminates the relationship of every artist to his environment. Chenavard was the only painter to attempt a complete exemplification of the epic idea that is found in the writings of such men as Hugo, Ballanche, and Quinet.
Originally published in 1962.
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