J.W. Waterhouse[J.W.沃特豪斯]

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出版社: Phaidon Press
2005-03
ISBN: 9780714845180
定价: 381.50
装帧: 平装
开本: 其他
纸张: 胶版纸
页数: 240页
正文语种: 英语
  • JohnWilliamWaterhouseisamongthemostpopularVictorianartists,andmanyofhispaintings,suchasTheLadyofShalott,HylasandtheNymphsandOphelia,havebecomeiconsoffemininityrecognizedtheworldover.Withtheircompellingcomposition,glowingcolourandImpressionist-inflectedtechnique,thesepaintingsareadmiredfortheirbeauty,yetatthesametimetheyhavethepowertotransporttheviewerintoaromanticworldofmythandlegend.Waterhouse'sdepictionsoffemalebeautyreflecthisage'scomplexandambivalentattitudestowardswomen,inwhichVictorianidealsofsentimentanddutycommingledwithlessnobleundercurrentsoferoticdesireandmisogyny.Inthisfreshandinnovativestudyoftheartist,PeterTrippipresentsanewanalysisofWaterhouse'sseductresses,martyrsandnymphs,togetherwithalivelydiscussionoftheculturalandhistoricalcircumstancesinwhichtheseimageswerepainted.ThisauthoritativevolumeutilizesnewresearchtoprovideanaccessiblebiographyoftheartistandtoassesshisplaceinthelateVictorianartworld.ThemesexploredincludeWaterhouse'spassionforItaly,literatureandtheclassicalworld,hisparticipationinEngland'sRoyalAcademy,hisstylisticinfluencesandstudiopractices,andthecollectors,dealers,criticsandcuratorswhohelpedmakehimfamousinhisday.LikeotherVictorianartists,Waterhousewasneglectedthroughmuchofthetwentiethcentury,butascriticalinhibitionshavefallenawaytherevivalofhisfortunehasbeendramatic.Todayheisagainacknowledgedasamasterpainter.PeterTrippi'smonographprovidesatimelyre-evaluationthatcombinesaclosereadingofWaterhouse'simagerywithacandidappraisalofhisuniquetalent. PeterTrippistudiedatNewYorkUniversityandattheCourtauldInstituteofArt,London.BeforemovingtotheBrooklynMuseumofArt(NewYorkCity)in1998,hehelpedorganizeandwrotecatalogueessaysfortheBaltimoreMuseumofArt'sinternationaltouringexhibitionAGrandDesign:TheArtoftheVictoriaandAlbertMuseum.HehaspreparedthefirstentryonJ.W.WaterhousefortheNewDictionaryofNationalBiographyandisthefoundingExecutiveEditorofNineteenth-CenturyArtWorldwide,anelectronicjournalproducedbytheAssociationofHistoriansofNineteenth-CenturyArt.
  • 内容简介:
    JohnWilliamWaterhouseisamongthemostpopularVictorianartists,andmanyofhispaintings,suchasTheLadyofShalott,HylasandtheNymphsandOphelia,havebecomeiconsoffemininityrecognizedtheworldover.Withtheircompellingcomposition,glowingcolourandImpressionist-inflectedtechnique,thesepaintingsareadmiredfortheirbeauty,yetatthesametimetheyhavethepowertotransporttheviewerintoaromanticworldofmythandlegend.Waterhouse'sdepictionsoffemalebeautyreflecthisage'scomplexandambivalentattitudestowardswomen,inwhichVictorianidealsofsentimentanddutycommingledwithlessnobleundercurrentsoferoticdesireandmisogyny.Inthisfreshandinnovativestudyoftheartist,PeterTrippipresentsanewanalysisofWaterhouse'sseductresses,martyrsandnymphs,togetherwithalivelydiscussionoftheculturalandhistoricalcircumstancesinwhichtheseimageswerepainted.ThisauthoritativevolumeutilizesnewresearchtoprovideanaccessiblebiographyoftheartistandtoassesshisplaceinthelateVictorianartworld.ThemesexploredincludeWaterhouse'spassionforItaly,literatureandtheclassicalworld,hisparticipationinEngland'sRoyalAcademy,hisstylisticinfluencesandstudiopractices,andthecollectors,dealers,criticsandcuratorswhohelpedmakehimfamousinhisday.LikeotherVictorianartists,Waterhousewasneglectedthroughmuchofthetwentiethcentury,butascriticalinhibitionshavefallenawaytherevivalofhisfortunehasbeendramatic.Todayheisagainacknowledgedasamasterpainter.PeterTrippi'smonographprovidesatimelyre-evaluationthatcombinesaclosereadingofWaterhouse'simagerywithacandidappraisalofhisuniquetalent.
  • 作者简介:
    PeterTrippistudiedatNewYorkUniversityandattheCourtauldInstituteofArt,London.BeforemovingtotheBrooklynMuseumofArt(NewYorkCity)in1998,hehelpedorganizeandwrotecatalogueessaysfortheBaltimoreMuseumofArt'sinternationaltouringexhibitionAGrandDesign:TheArtoftheVictoriaandAlbertMuseum.HehaspreparedthefirstentryonJ.W.WaterhousefortheNewDictionaryofNationalBiographyandisthefoundingExecutiveEditorofNineteenth-CenturyArtWorldwide,anelectronicjournalproducedbytheAssociationofHistoriansofNineteenth-CenturyArt.
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