Modern Art: Being a Contribution to a New System of Aesthetics - Vol. 1

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ILLUSTRATIONS
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DAUMIER. The Washerwoman. Bureau Collection, Paris Frontispiece
FANTIN-LATOUR. Drawing for the Portrait in the Van Cutsen Collection, Brusselsvi
Mosaic in Murano Cathedral8
BENOZZO GOZZOLI. Fresco. Noah's Vintage. Campo Santo, Pisa12
GIOTTO. Detail of a Fresco in the Chapel of the Madonna dell' Arena in Padua20
VAN EYCK. Jan Arnolfini and his Wife. National Gallery24.
TINTORETTO. Martyrdom of St. Mark. Brussels Museum26
RUBENS. The Lion Hunt. Hermitage, St. Petersburg28
REMBRANDT. Dr. Deyman's Anatomy Lesson. Rijks Museum, Amsterdam30
REMBRANDT. The Unmerciful Servant. Wallace Collection, London32
J. L. DAVID. Paris and Helen. Group from the picture in the Louvre, Paris34
J. L. DAVID. The Three Ladies of Ghent. Louvre, Paris36
INGRES. Drawing of a Lady38
INGRES. Madame Rivière. Louvre, Paris40
INGRES. La Grande Odalisque. Louvre, Paris42
HOGARTH. Peg Woffington. Sir Edward Tennant's Collection46
HOGARTH. Unused Sketch for "Industry and Idleness." British Museum50
HOGARTH. Marriage à la Mode. National Gallery54
HOGARTH. The Shrimp Girl. National Gallery60
REYNOLDS. Lavinia, Countess Spencer. Earl Spencer's Collection64
REYNOLDS. White the Paviour. Earl of Crewe's Collection68
ROMNEY. Portrait of Miss Ramus. Hon. W. F. D. Smith's Collection70
RAEBURN. Portrait of Mrs. James Campbell. Mr. L. Muirhead's Collection72
WILSON. Italian Lake. The White Pilgrim74
GAINSBOROUGH. Cornard Wood. National Gallery76
GAINSBOROUGH. The Mall. Sir A. Neeld's Collection78
GAINSBOROUGH. Portrait Study. Heseltine Collection80
CLAUDE LORRAIN. The Marriage of Isaac and Rebecca. National Gallery86
TURNER. The Fighting Téméraire. National Gallery90
TURNER. The Great Western Railway. National Gallery90
CUYP. After the Thunder-storm. The Hague Museum110
VAN GOYEN. View of Dordrecht. The Hague Museum114
CONSTABLE. The Cornfield. National Gallery118
RUBENS. Mercury and Argus. Brussels Museum120
RUBENS. Autumn. National Gallery122
CONSTABLE. Coast Scene. Cheramy Collection, Paris128
CONSTABLE. Jubilee at East Bergholt after Waterloo. Cheramy Collection, Paris132
DELACROIX. Portrait of the Artist. Louvre, Paris140
DELACROIX. Fragment from the Massacre of Scio, 1838. Cheramy Collection, Paris144
GÉRICAULT. Silenus (Drawing). Marcille Collection, Paris146

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Illustrations in Text x
  • Book I the Struggle for Painting xi
  • The Mediums of Art, Past and Present 1
  • Traditions 12
  • The Rise of Painting 15
  • The First Florescence of Painting 27
  • The Empire 33
  • Ingres 36
  • German Art 40
  • England's Contribution 45
  • From Delacroix to Courbet 144
  • Book II the Pillars of Modern Painting 217
  • Gustave Courbet 219
  • Manet and His Circle 257
  • CÉzanne and His Circle 266
  • Degas and His Circle 277
  • Renoir and His Circle 287
  • Book III Colour and Composition 299
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