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by Elizabeth Gilmore Holt

eBook The Triumph of Art for the Public, 1785-1848: The Emerging Role of Exhibitions and Critics (Princeton Paperbacks) epub
  • ISBN: 0691003491
  • Author: Elizabeth Gilmore Holt
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press; First Paperback Edition edition (February 21, 1984)
  • Pages: 560 pages
  • ePUB size: 1881 kb
  • FB2 size 1271 kb
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This collection of documents provides an insight into the complex and productive relationship among artists, critics, and the public in a period shaped by the French Revolution and the emancipation of the artist from the dictates of aristocratic patronage. Covering the response to exhibitions in Rome, London, Paris, Dresden and Berlin, the book includes writings by the German Romantics Von Kleist and Schlegel, John Landseer, Lord Elgin (on classical Greek sculpture), Stendhal, Theophile Gautier and Baudelaire.

Elizabeth Gilmore Holt was an American art historian

Elizabeth Gilmore Holt was an American art historian. Books by Elizabeth Gilmore Holt.

industry, Elizabeth Gilmore Holt's anthology is bound to attract attention Modeled on Holt's well-known Documentary History of Art, The Triumph of Art of the Public presents this evolution by interweaving.

At a time when American art museums are crowded, and temporary exhibitions have become heavy industry, Elizabeth Gilmore Holt's anthology is bound to attract attention. She focuses on reactions to contemporary art in the years 1785-1848, a period which saw an artist's success come to depend increasingly on public or private exhibition and favorable judgment in the popular press.

the emerging role of exhibitions and critics. by Elizabeth Gilmore Holt. Originally published, Garden City, NY: Anchor Press, 1979.

Elizabeth Gilmore Holt, The Art of All Nations, 1850-1873: The Emerging Role of Exhibitions and Critics (Princeton University Press 1981). Elizabeth Gilmore Holt, ed. From the Classicists to the Impressionists: Art and Architecture in the Nineteenth Century (Yale University Press 1986).

Elizabeth Gilmore Holt, an art historian who wrote . The first volume, ''The Triumph of Art for the Public,'' covered the years 1785 to 1848.

Elizabeth Gilmore Holt, an art historian who wrote widely on the social context of art, died Monday at her home in Washington. She was 81 years old. Mrs. Holt, who viewed the history of art as an expression of the intellectual spirit of periods in history, traveled worldwide to gather material for her books. She also wrote a series of books on ''The Emerging Role of Exhibitions and Critics'' in 19th-century Europe.

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Author: Holt, Elizabeth Basye Gilmore. Subject: Art, Modern - 19th century. Subject: Art - Exhibitions. Subject: Art exhibition audiences. Subject: Art criticism.

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