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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 684 Seiten
  • Verlag: Antique Collectors Club; Auflage: New. (16. Februar 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1851497307
  • ISBN-13: 978-1851497300
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 31,8 x 25,4 x 6,9 cm
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Considered one of the world's foremost experts on 18th- and 19th-century European and American antiques, fine art and jewellery, William Rau has worked in his family-owned gallery, M.S Rau Antiques, for over 30 years. An avid collector and authority in his field, William has helped place several items in museums around the world. In addition to being a prominent member of many local business organisations, he was the youngest senior member ever accepted to the American Society of Appraisers. In addition to writing numerous articles published in a wide variety of national magazines and antique journals.

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I should first say that I love 19th century European painting and have a few interesting books on this subject. This one is rather expensive, but it would have been worth it to me if it didn't have some serious weaknesses. As it is, I took a closer look and decided not to buy it, at least not at its regular steep price.
The book's strengths are the many high-quality, colour pictures of paintings. I also liked the text - as much as I read of it: I found it intelligent and insightful. It tries to give a thorough overview of the different movements and in a second section of different subjects of this era. Regarding the subjects, the choice is somewhat peculiar in some cases. Why would there be so many pages about paintings of cardinals, for example? And there are two large chapters on animal paintings, which is a bit much, in my opinion. But what's worse is the choice of which painters (and countries) are covered and in which detail. Caspar David Friedrich, probable the most important Romanticist painter, is given almost no room in the book (there's one painting in the landscapes section), while lesser known painters are covered with lots of paintings. In some cases, for example Bouguereau or Godward, I suspect it's because the same publisher has published books about that painter and may simply have the copyright (and maybe try to make people buy those books, too). But the end result is that some very important painters play almost no role, while others are far too much in the foreground. It should also be noted that the emphasis is very much on British and French painters, while other countries are neglected - even though the title promises on overview over European painting, so it should have a much broader scope. I find it regrettable that the book has these weaknesses. As it is, the book is in parts quite interesting, but I definitely expected better from the title and price.
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7 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
nineteenth-Century European painting from Barbizon to Belle Époque 16. März 2013
Von Simone Simonian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
The title,size and the price of this book suggests a great book on the subject with great pictures and an informative text.
Not so! This book lacks editing, they have chosen the most ordinary works of the lesser known nineteenth century artists and have wasted a lot of pages on text and not enough of the good paintings and close-ups. I regret having to wait so long for this book. And having to pay so much for it.
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Expected better (especially at this price) 8. Juni 2014
Von S. Fischer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I should first say that I love 19th century European painting and have a few interesting books on this subject. This one is rather expensive, but it would have been worth it to me if it didn't have some serious weaknesses. As it is, I took a closer look and decided not to buy it, at least not at its regular steep price.
The book's strengths are the many high-quality, colour pictures of paintings. I also liked the text - as much as I read of it: I found it intelligent and insightful. It tries to give a thorough overview of the different movements and in a second section of different subjects of this era. Regarding the subjects, the choice is somewhat peculiar in some cases. Why would there be so many pages about paintings of cardinals, for example? And there are two large chapters on animal paintings, which is a bit much, in my opinion. But what's worse is the choice of which painters (and countries) are covered and in which detail. Caspar David Friedrich, probable the most important Romanticist painter, is given almost no room in the book (there's one painting in the landscapes section), while lesser known painters are covered with lots of paintings. In some cases, for example Bouguereau or Godward, I suspect it's because the same publisher has published books about that painter and may simply have the copyright (and maybe try to make people buy those books, too). But the end result is that some very important painters play almost no role, while others are far too much in the foreground. It should also be noted that the emphasis is very much on British and French painters, while other countries are neglected - even though the title promises on overview over European painting, so it should have a much broader scope. I find it regrettable that the book has these weaknesses. As it is, the book is in parts quite interesting, but I definitely expected better from the title and price.
Beautiful and well written 20. April 2013
Von Lisa S. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This visually stunning book leads the reader through each of the major, and a few minor, artistic movements of the 19th century and it does so in a beautiful, clear and succinct manner. I particularly enjoyed how the author placed each of the movements in the historical context of its times, giving a greater understanding of the motivation behind the brushstrokes. I now have a much greater understanding of and appreciation for movements such as the Pre-Raphaelites and the Belle Epoque. Just browsing through the amazing pictures is, in itself, a delight. I highly recommend this book.
19th century painting at its best ! 16. April 2013
Von Chelsea - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book gives a fresh approach to 19th century European painting. Lusciously illustrated, this unique book offers a comprehensive overview of the century's artistic innovation in a knowledgeable and savvy format. Accessible and insightful, this exquisitely illustrated volume presents the historical context behind the century's essential artistic movements including Romantic Painting, The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Realist Painting, Academic Painting, and Impressionist Painting.
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The Nineteenth Century at its best! 22. April 2013
Von Mom 'n Them - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This captivating book is a breath of fresh air for publications on nineteenth-century European art. Its rich illustrations, compelling stories and well-curated list of artists from the major movements of nineteenth-century European art make it a "one-stop" reference that is both informative and engaging. The great reproductions of some of my favorite works of art alone made buying the book worth every dollar.
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