This book contains the entire range of Courbet's work, from landscapes to erotic nudes.
Amid the background of social turbulence in the mid-nineteenth century, Gustave Courbet's unconventional paintings of real people in everyday scenes came to embody values with radical political implications.
James Rubin addresses the entire range of Courbet's work: from his hunting scenes and spirited landscapes, to his portraits and erotic nudes. He combines a clear reading of the artist's paintings with a rigorous discussion of the unique personal, political and social framework within which they were created.
|publisher||Phaidon Press Ltd|
|Dimensions||16.2 x 2.2 x 21.9 cm|
|Dimensions||16.2 cm X 22 cm X 2.4 cm|
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