The Russian Vision: The Art of Ilya Repin (Hardback)

David Jackson

Edité par ACC Art Books, 2015
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Language: English Brand New Book. Ilya Repin (1844-1930) is a key figure of Russian nineteenth-century realism; his career spanned a period of huge cultural, social and political change, bearing witness to the challenge to the Russian autocracy, the coming of the October Revolution and the dawn of the Soviet Union. From humble peasant beginnings Repin rose to a place of artistic pre-eminence and international acclaim and was the most important influence in shaping a distinctly Russian school of art. Through a series of successful but controversial works he addressed such issues as the hard lives of the peasants, the fate of revolutionary activists and Russian history, as well as painting some of the nation s greatest cultural figures, many of whom - such as Tolstoy, Mussorgsky and Gorky - he counted as personal friends. The Russian Vision: The Art of Ilya Repin presents the life and work of the most celebrated Russian painted of his generation. A comprehensive survey of Repin s oeuvre, featuring a wealth of little-seen paintings; dramatic, distinctive images that evoke the hardships, pleasures and everyday routines of Russian society in the twilight years of Tsarist rule.Having declined in the twentieth century, Repin s reputation is growing again. Combining close readings of all his major canvases, as well as many of his lesser-known works, within the broader context of Russian art, society and culture, written in an accessible style, David Jackson s book, featuring more than 100 colour plates of Repin s work, and telling the story of his life, will do much to help restore his stature. N° de réf. du libraire

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  • A painter of immense technical and aesthetic talent, Ilya Repin s vibrant, colourful and highly topical canvases offer a fascinating panorama of all strata of life in late-Tsarist Russia and a microcosm of the issues that preoccupied Russian thought during this crucial period of historical change
Ilya Repin (1844-1930) is a key figure of Russian nineteenth-century realism; his career spanned a period of huge cultural, social and political change, bearing witness to the challenge to the Russian autocracy, the coming of the October Revolution and the dawn of the Soviet Union. From humble peasant beginnings Repin rose to a place of artistic pre-eminence and international acclaim and was the most important influence in shaping a distinctly Russian school of art. Through a series of successful but controversial works he addressed such issues as the hard lives of the peasants, the fate of revolutionary activists and Russian history, as well as painting some of the nation s greatest cultural figures, many of whom such as Tolstoy, Mussorgsky and Gorky he counted as personal friends.

The Russian Vision: The Art of Ilya Repin presents the life and work of the most celebrated Russian painted of his generation. A comprehensive survey of Repin s oeuvre, featuring a wealth of little-seen paintings; dramatic, distinctive images that evoke the hardships, pleasures and everyday routines of Russian society in the twilight years of Tsarist rule. Having declined in the twentieth century, Repin s reputation is growing again.

Combining close readings of all his major canvases, as well as many of his lesser-known works, within the broader context of Russian art, society and culture, written in an accessible style, David Jackson s book, featuring more than 100 colour plates of Repin s work, and telling the story of his life, will do much to help restore his stature.

Synopsis: Ilya Repin (1844-1930) is a key figure of Russian nineteenth-century realism; his career spanned a period of huge cultural, social and political change, bearing witness to the challenge to the Russian autocracy, the coming of the October Revolution and the dawn of the Soviet Union. From humble peasant beginnings Repin rose to a place of artistic pre-eminence and international acclaim and was the most important influence in shaping a distinctly Russian school of art. Through a series of successful but controversial works he addressed such issues as the hard lives of the peasants, the fate of revolutionary activists and Russian history, as well as painting some of the nation's greatest cultural figures, many of whom - such as Tolstoy, Mussorgsky and Gorky - he counted as personal friends. The Russian Vision: The Art of Ilya Repin presents the life and work of the most celebrated Russian painted of his generation. A comprehensive survey of Repin's oeuvre, featuring a wealth of little-seen paintings; dramatic, distinctive images that evoke the hardships, pleasures and everyday routines of Russian society in the twilight years of Tsarist rule.Having declined in the twentieth century, Repin's reputation is growing again. Combining close readings of all his major canvases, as well as many of his lesser-known works, within the broader context of Russian art, society and culture, written in an accessible style, David Jackson's book, featuring more than 100 colour plates of Repin's work, and telling the story of his life, will do much to help restore his stature.

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Titre : The Russian Vision: The Art of Ilya Repin (...
Éditeur : ACC Art Books
Date d'édition : 2015
Reliure : Hardback
Etat du livre : New
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Description du livre Das Buch präsentiert das Leben und Werk des berühmtesten russischen Malers seiner Generation. Ilja Repins Oeuvre wird anhand einer Fülle von selten gezeigten Gemälden, dramatischen und unverwechselbaren Bildern umfassend befragt. Sie zeigen die Härten, Freuden und den Alltag der russischen Gesellschaft am Ende der Zarenherrschaft. Nachdem seine Berühmtheit im 20. Jahrhundert zurückgegangen war, wächst Repins Ruf wieder beständig. David Jacksons gut verständlich geschriebenes Buch setzt Repins wichtigste Gemälde und viele seiner weniger bekannten Werke in den breiteren Kontext der russischen Kunst, Gesellschaft und Kultur. (Text englisch) 23,5 x 30 cm, 216 Seiten, 137 Abb., davon 117 farbig, geb. N° de réf. du libraire 732621

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