The Politics of Vision: Essays on Nineteenth-Century Art and Society

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This is an expanded and revised version of an article that was originally published with the same title in ARTnews LXIV ( April 1965), pp. 24-27 and 59-62. Thanks are due to the editor of ARTnews for permission to reprint the article in this way.

1.
Letter from Cézanne to the painter Louis LeBail; cited by John Rewald, The History of Impressionism, rev. ed. ( New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1962), p. 536.
2.
Pissarro to H. van de Velde, March 27, 1896 as quoted in J. Rewald, L'Histoire de l'impressionnisme ( Paris, 1955), pp. 329-30.
3.
Pissarro as cited in J. Rewald, Camille Pissarro ( New York, 1963), p. 18.
4.
Oeuvres complètes de Jules Laforgue, Mélanges posthumes, 3rd ed. ( Paris, 1903), p. 133.
5.
Camille Pissarro, Lettres à son fils Lucien, ed. J. Rewald ( Paris, 1950), pp. 451 and 459 ( March 7, 1898, and August 19, 1898).
6.
Laforgue, op. cit., pp. 140 and 141.
7.
Lettres à son fils Lucien, pp. 111 and 124 ( November 1886 and January 9, 1887).
8.
Camille Pissarro 1830-1903, London ( Hayward Gallery), Paris ( Grand Palais), Boston ( Museum of Fine Arts), 1980-81, p. 29.
9.
From the unpublished private notes of the painter Louis LeBail, who received Pissarro's advice during the years 1896-97, as quoted in Rewald, op. cit. ( 1955), pp. 279-80.
10.
Lettres à son fils Lucien, p. 403 ( March 24, 1896).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vi
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Introduction xii
  • Notes xxiii
  • 1- The Invention of the Avant-Garde: France, 1830-1880 1
  • Notes 17
  • 2- Courbet, Oller, and a Sense Of Place: the Regional, The Provincial, and the Picturesque In 19th-Century Art 19
  • Notes 32
  • 3- The Imaginary Orient 33
  • Notes 57
  • 4- Camille Pissarro: The Unassuming Eye 60
  • Notes 74
  • 5- Manet's Masked Ball at the Opera 75
  • Notes 92
  • 6- Van Gogh, Renouard, And The Weavers' Crisis in Lyons 95
  • 7- Léon Frédéric And The Stages of a Worker's Life 120
  • Notes 139
  • 8- Degas and the Dreyfus Affair: A Portrait of the Artist As an Anti-Semite. 141
  • Notes 164
  • 9- Seurat's La Grande Jatte: An Anti-Utopian Allegory 170
  • Notes 190
  • Index 194
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