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[b]Décryptez l’art d’Auguste Renoir en moins d’une heure !
C’est en 1841, dans un monde synonyme de renouveau, que naît Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Reflet de l’effervescence de son temps, son œuvre met à mal l’académisme jusqu’alors prégnant. Adepte de los angeles peinture « sur le motif » chère aux impressionnistes et virtuose de los angeles couleur, Renoir en fait l’élément valuable de ses compositions. Mettant en scène un quotidien joyeux, il fait l. a. half belle aux nouveaux loisirs qui se développent à cette époque, notamment aux abords de los angeles Seine.[b]

Ce livre vous permettra d’en savoir plus sur : - Le contexte socio-culturel dans lequel Auguste Renoir s’inscrit
- los angeles vie du peintre et son parcours
- Les caractéristiques et spécificités de son art
- Une sélection d’œuvres-clés de Renoir
- L’impact de l’artiste dans l’histoire de l’art[b]

Le mot de l’éditeur :« Dans ce numéro de los angeles série "50MINUTES | Artistes", Eliane Reynold de Seresin passe en revue les moments-clés de los angeles carrière de Renoir, tout en retraçant l’histoire du mouvement dont il est l’un des principaux représentants : l’impressionnisme. Analysant quelques-unes de ses œuvres les plus emblématiques, par exemple Bal au Moulin de los angeles Galette ou encore Le Déjeuner des canotiers, Eliane Reynold de Seresin dresse un landscape complet de l’art de Renoir, sans oublier de parler de son évolution au fil du temps. »
Stéphanie Felten[b]

À PROPOS DE l. a. SÉRIE 50MINUTES | ArtistesLa série « Artistes » de los angeles assortment « 50MINUTES » aborde plus de cinquante artistes qui ont profondément marqué l’histoire de l’art, du Moyen Âge à nos jours. Chaque livre a été conçu à los angeles fois pour les passionnés d’art et pour les amateurs curieux d’en savoir davantage en peu de temps. Nos auteurs analysent avec précision les œuvres des plus grands artistes tout en laissant position à toutes les interprétations.[b]

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It is an intense and intensive body. It is traversed by a wave that traces levels or thresholds in the body according to the 44 Hysteria variations of its amplitude. Thus the body does not have organs, but thresholds or levels. Sensation is not qualitative and qualified, but has only an intensive reality, which no longer determines with itself representative elements, but allotropic variations. Sensation is vibration. We know that the egg reveals just this state of the body "before" organic representation: axes and vectors, gradients, zones, cinematic movements, and dynamic tendencies, in relation to which forms are contingent or accessory.

Suppose the Figure no longer had only elements of dissipation, and that it was no longer even content to privilege or return to this element. Suppose the Figure had effectively disappeared, leaving behind only a vague trace of its 30 Bacon's Periods and Aspects former presence. The field will then open up like a vertical sky, and at the same time will increasingly take over the structuring functions: the elements of the contour will establish more and more divisions within the field, creating flat sections and regions in space which form a free armature.

2 In a completely different context, Bacon has painted such a spinal column on a Figure doubled over in contortions (Three Figures and a Portrait, 1975 [78]). This pictorial tension between flesh and bone is something that must be achieved. And what achieves this tension in the painting is, precisely, meat, through the splendor of its colors. Meat is the state of the body in which flesh and bone confront each other locally rather than being composed structurally. The same is true of the mouth and the teeth, which are little bones.

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