Gericault: Drawings & Watercolors

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SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. Book Studies on Géricault
Charles Clément: Géricault, Etude biographique et critique, avec le catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre du maitre, 1867. 2nd edition 1868; last edition 1879.
Emile Coquatrix: Géricault, 1846.
Antoine Etex: Les trois tombeaux de Géricault, 1885.
G. Oprescu: Géricault. "A travers l'Art Français," 1927 (with many bibliographical references).
Raymond Régamy: Géricault. "Maîtres de l'Art Moderne," 1926.
Léon Rosenthal: Géricault. "Les Maitres de l'Art," 1905.

II. Important Articles
"Friedrich Antal: Géricault. Reflections on Classicism and Romanticism" III, IV, V, Burlington Magazine, 1940- 1941.
"Louis Bâtissier: Biographie de Géricault". Revue du XIXe siècle, 1824.
"Germain Bazin: La course des chevaux libres". L'Amour de l'Art, 1932.
"Charles Blanc: Géricault et Ingres". Gazette des Beaux Arts, 1864.
"Eugène Fromentin: Un programme de critique". Gazette des Beaux Arts, 1880.
"René Huyghe: La genèse du cuirassier blessé". L'Amour de l'Art, 1931.
"John Knowlton: The Stylistic Origin of Géricault's Raft of the Medusa". Marsyas, 1942.
"Julius Meier-Graefe: Delacroix und Géricault". Ganymed, vol. II., 1920.
"Margaret Miller: Géricault's Paintings of the Insane". Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, IV, 1940- 1941.
"Léon Rosenthal: La place de Géricault dans la peinture française". Revue de l'Art, 1924.
"Duc de Trévise: Géricault, peintre des actualités". Revue de l'Art, 1924.
"Duc de Trévise: Géricault". The Arts, 1927.
"Hans Vollmer: Géricault". Article in Thieme-Beckers Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler, 1920.
"Nancy Wynne: Géricault's Riderless Racers". Magazine of Art, 1938.

III. Books to Consult
Charles Blanc: Histoire des peintres, école française, t. III, 1863.
Jules Breton: Nos peintres du siècle, 1900.
Bro de Commère: Mémoires.
H. Cadinouche: La médicine dans l'oeuvre de Géricault. Paris dissertation, 1927.
Ernest Chesnau: Les chefs d'école. 1862.
Eugène Delacroix: Oeuvres littéraires. Vol. II: Essais sur les artistes célèbres. Edited by Elie Faure. 1923.
Henri Focillon: La peinture au XIXe siècle, 1927.

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  • Title Page 3
  • I 5
  • II 10
  • Gericault Exhibitions Since 1924 18
  • Biographical Notes 19
  • Short Bibliography 20
  • Catalogue 22
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