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  • Author:
    Robert Rosenblum
  • ISBN:
    0810934515
  • ISBN13:
    978-0810934511
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  • Publisher:
    Harry N. Abrams; 1st Edition edition (September 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    History & Criticism
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The insightful portraits, dramatic historical scenes, and exotic nudes of ue Ingres (1780-1867) are presented in this Masters of Art volume in brilliant detail - in the fascinating text by Robert Rosenblum.

The insightful portraits, dramatic historical scenes, and exotic nudes of ue Ingres (1780-1867) are presented in this Masters of Art volume in brilliant detail - in the fascinating text by Robert Rosenblum and in the forty colorplates and numerous black-and-white illustrations.

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Authors : Rosenblum, Robert. Title: Ingres (Masters of Art). Title : Ingres (Masters of Art). Product Category : Books.

Robert Rosenblum (1927–2006) was an American art historian and curator known for his influential and often irreverent scholarship on European and American art of the mid-eighteenth to 20th century. Rosenblum was born in New York City July 24, 1927 and he died December 6, 2006. He studied art history at Queens College and Yale University, and in 1956 received his P. from New York University's Institute of Fine Arts.

ue Ingres by Rosenblum, Robert. Ingres (Masters of Art). by Rosenblum, Robert. Published September 1, 1990 by Harry N. Abrams.

Online Books by. Robert Rosenblum. Rosenblum, Robert, contrib. Portraits by Ingres: Image of an Epoch (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, c1999), ed. by Gary Tinterow and Philip Conisbee, also contrib. by Rebecca A. Rabinow, Christopher Riopelle, Andrew Carrington Shelton, Gary Tinterow, Georges Vigne, and Hans Naef, illust.

More than 800 treasures of 19th- and early 20th-century art are reproduced in this book, which is in the same style as the successful "Paintings in the Louvre". The author, an art historian, has selected and arranged the paintings, showing the breadth of the museum's collection. The Musee D'Orsay now includes the famous impressionists of the Jeu de Paume and the academic and realist paintings from the Louvre. This book also selects work from the museum's storerooms, which contain a wide selection of international paintings.

Art of the Nineteenth Century: Painting and Sculpture.

Robert Rosenblum, Richard Marshall, Rizzoli International Publications Incorporated. Alan Sonfist: Nature, the End Of Art : Environmental Landscapes. Light in Architecture and Art : The Work of Dan Flavin. Dave Hickey, Michael Govan, Kurt W. Forster, Steve Morse, Robert Rosenblum, Brydon Smith, Tiffany Bell, Michael Venezia. Art of the Nineteenth Century: Painting and Sculpture.

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The insightful portraits, dramatic historical scenes, and exotic nudes of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780-1867) are presented in this Masters of Art volume in brilliant detail - in the fascinating text by Robert Rosenblum and in the forty colorplates and numerous black-and-white illustrations.

Keath
It's very wordy, I would have like more in depth review of the work.
Xwnaydan
Whether you have a casual interest in the life and/or works of Ingres or you are a dedicated admirer, you are sure to find yourself enjoying this book. There are approximately 40 pages of text mingled with relevant b/w illustrations, some by Ingres, some by a variety of other artists including Picasso, Raphael, Poussin, Delacroix, Courbet, and Matisse. The author compares Ingres to Picasso because of his ability to take on many forms in his artwork while remaining true to himself. He also discusses the tension between Ingres and Delacroix over visible brushstrokes and the use of color. Ingres is described in this book as being "one of the greatest draftsmen of all time" and it is easy to understand why when examining the colorplates. There are 151 illustrations in all with 40 plates in color. Included in the colorplate section are _Bonaparte as First Consul_, _Bather of Valpincon_, _Oedipus and the Sphinx_, _The Turkish Bath_, _The Dream of Ossian_, and _Grande Odalisque_, among others. Each colorplate comes with an extensive commentary by the author that includes historical background and an analysis of the work's artistic merits. This is absolutely a great buy for *anyone* interested in Ingres.
Marige
This is a mediocre overview of Ingres' work, but, unfortunately, the only one available on the market right now (besides the lilliputian taschen pamphlet). About half of the reproductions are good, the other half are washed out or badly printed. Most irritating is that a considerable number of the precious few color plates are given to the work of other artists... those are the ones that really should've been in black and white.

UPDATE!!
There is now a much better Ingres book available by Andrew Shelton... more reproductions, better quality, good price. Don't even bother with this one!