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La Renaissance
Author: Gérald Chaix
Publisher: Editions Sedes
ISBN: 2301001687
Pages: 281
Year: 2002-11-01
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De la diffusion de l'imprimerie dans les années 1470 aux fragiles équilibres politiques et religieux des années 1560, la Renaissance dont il est question dans ce livre est celle tout d'abord de l'" invention de l'Europe " et de la conquête du monde. C'est aussi celle des "ingénieurs" et des alchimistes, des artistes et des musiciens, des humanistes et des réformateurs, de la Renaissance classique et du maniérisme, de la philologie et de la littérature. C'est également celle de la " genèse de l'État moderne ", des cours, des fêtes et des ambassadeurs permanents. C'est encore celle du " beau XVIe siècle ", de la croissance démographique, de l'essor économique et de l'intensification des échanges. C'est enfin celle des maladies et des famines, des guerres et des violences. Celle de l'" âpre saveur de la vie ". Directeur du Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance à Tours, historien, Gérald Chaix est spécialiste du monde germanique et d'histoire religieuse. Mais son analyse porte ici " sur tous les aspects " de la Renaissance, à l'échelle de l'Europe et du monde.
L'ABCdaire de Dada
Author: Aurélie Verdier
Pages: 119
Year: 2005
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Présente à travers une série d'articles thématiques classés de A à Z, le mouvement dada : la création de ce mouvement d'avant-garde artistique et littéraire en 1916, ses acteurs, ses lieux, ses différents courants, sa réception par le public et la critique, ses modes d'expression...
L'ABCdaire du football
Author: Benoît Heimermann, Alain Constant, Thierry Hubac
ISBN: 2080125818
Pages: 119
Year: 1998
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Quand on voyage dans l'ABCdaire, le plaisir d'apprendre fait ricochet.
Livres hebdo
Year: 2009-11
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L'ABCdaire du château de Fontainebleau
Author: Nicole Barbier
Pages: 119
Year: 1999
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Historiens et géographes
Author: Société des professeurs d'histoire et de géographie (France).
Year: 2002
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Hieronymous Bosch
Author: Guillaume Cassegrain
Publisher: Editions du Chêne
ISBN: 2812317426
Pages: 96
Year: 2017
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"The book itself opens like a triptych with 5 panel to open to reveal Bosch's bewitching work, allowing the reader to be captivated by the monumental dimension of his art. Inside the book, the story of each triptych is told: an in-depth description of each panel invites the reader to discover the details and symbols which enrich every painting."--From Chêne publisher's website mus-bosch-triptychs-7935894.html, viewed 12/5/2017.
The Geographical Unconscious
Author: Dr Argyro Loukaki
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472400011
Pages: 432
Year: 2014-03-28
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This ambitious and innovative volume stretches over time and space, over the history of modernity in relation to antiquity, between East and West, to offer insights into what the author terms the 'geographical unconscious.' She argues that, by tapping into this, we can contribute towards the reinstatement of some kind of morality and justice in today's troubled world. Approaching selected moments from ancient times to the present of Greek cultural and aesthetic geographies on the basis of a wide range of sources, the book examines diachronic spatiotemporal flows, some of which are mainly cultural, others urban or landscape-related, in conjunction with parallel currents of change and key issues of our time in the West more generally, but also in the East. In doing so, The Geographical Unconscious reflects on visual and spatial perceptions through the ages; it re-considers selective affinities plus differences and identifies enduring age-old themes, while stressing the deep ancient wisdom, the disregarded relevance of the aesthetic, and the unity between human senses, nature, and space. The analysis provides new insights towards the spatial complexities of the current age, the idea of Europe, of the East, the West, and their interrelations, as well as the notion of modernity.
Trois mois de nouveautés
Year: 1999
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The Little Book of Vermeer
Author: Guillaume Cassegrain, Catherine Guegan, Patrick Le Chanu
Publisher: Flammarion-Pere Castor
ISBN: 2080105493
Pages: 120
Year: 2001
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Flammarion presents its series of informative, richly illustrated guides, covering lifestyle and cultural topics. Find out everything you want to know about your favorite subject in one handy volume. • Unique thematic treatment with extensive use of key words and cross-referencing • Over 70 alphabetically organized bite-sized entries in every title • Attractive slimline format • 100 color illustrations • Summaries of key facts and dates in easy-reference tables • Exclusive buyer's guide or list of useful addresses to find out more
Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance
Author: John Hale
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684803526
Pages: 672
Year: 1995-06-01
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Includes material on "European history from around 1450-1620."
Fra Angelico
Author: Georges Didi-Huberman, Angelico (fra)
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226148130
Pages: 274
Year: 1995-10-15
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A Florentine painter who took Dominican vows, Fra Angelico (1400-1455) approached his work as a largely theological project. For him, the problems of representing the unrepresentable, of portraying the divine and the spiritual, mitigated the more secular breakthroughs in imitative technique. Didi-Huberman explores Fra Angelico's solutions to these problems - his use of color to signal approaching visibility, of marble to recall Christ's tomb, of paint drippings to simulate (or stimulate) holy anointing. He shows how the painter employed emptiness, visual transformation, and displacement to give form to the mystery of faith. In the work of Fra Angelico, an alternate strain of Renaissance painting emerges to challenge rather than reinforce verisimilitude. Didi-Huberman traces this disruptive impulse through theological writings and iconographic evidence and identifies a widespread tradition in Renaissance art that ranges from Giotto's break with Byzantine image-making well into the sixteenth century. He reveals how the techniques that served this ultimately religious impulse may have anticipated the more abstract characteristics of modern art, such as color fields, paint spatterings, and the absence of color. Part of Didi-Huberman's large-scale rethinking of art theory and history, and the first of his books to appear in English translation, Fra Angelico is a fitting introduction to one of the most original and celebrated writers in the world of art history and criticism.
Les Livres disponibles
Year: 1999
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La liste exhaustive des ouvrages disponibles publiés en langue française dans le monde. La liste des éditeurs et la liste des collections de langue française.
Gazette des beaux-arts
Year: 2002
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The Hamlyn historical atlas
Author: Robert Ian Moore
Pages: 176
Year: 1981
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