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Symbolists and symbolism / by Robert L. Delevoy ; [translated from the French by Barbara Bray, Elizabeth Wrightson, and Bernard C. Swift].


New York : Skira, 1978.
ISBN 0847801411, 9780847801411

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Standard Title Journal du symbolisme. English
Subjects Art, Modern -- 19th century.
Art, Modern.
Symbolism (Art movement)
Symbolisme dans l'art.
Description 247 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 36 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Translation of Journal du symbolisme.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-225) and index.
Summary "The Symbolist movement was one of the dominant forces in European art and literature from 1870 to 1900. Influenced by the English Pre-Raphaelites, the operas of Wagner, and poets like Baudelaire, Mallarme and Maeterlinck, painters aimed at imaginative suggestions of emotion through symbolic allusions and luxuriant decorative form. Symbolism was less a school than the atmosphere of a period."--Amazon.
Contents The unreality of the image, 1870-1876 -- The mauve decade, 1876-1885 -- The time of manifestos and demands, 1885-1892 -- A spate of images, 1892-1896 -- The ambivalence of desire and death, 1870-1900 -- Signs in their proper place, 1894-1896 -- The writing of the riddle, 1896-1900 -- The space of dream, 1900-
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4394029
(OCoLC)ocm04394029
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WorldCat Identities Delevoy, Robert L.
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