Maillol


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Maillol

Aristide . 1861--1944, French sculptor, esp of monumental female nudes
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Duvido que alguem, sem esta visao, afirme admirar profundamente Maillol (Betamio, 2007: '79.01.28).
Se trata, no cabe duda, de una actualizacion del mito de la arcadia pastoral, que hace pensar en referentes esteticos como el primitivismo de Gauguin, el hedonismo y la joie de vivre de Matisse, o el mediterraneismo cultivado por artistas como Aristide Maillol o Joaquim Sunyer.
After its Manhattan showing, the smaller version that traveled to Chicago included eight of Chanler's screens that were installed at the entrance to the exhibition, interspersed with sculpture by Henri Matisse, Aristide Maillol, and Joseph Bernard.
Pensionado por el gobierno en 1919, pasa una primera temporada en Madrid; despues en Paris ingresa L'Eccole de Beaux Artes y recibe influencias directas de Aristide Maillol, Charles Despiau y Antoine Bourdelle.
Picasso, Cezanne, Maillol, Chagall, Modigliani, Matisse, Rousseau, Hofmannstal, Yeats, Joyce, Pound, Cummings, T.S.
Among the notable figures who previously owned these works are the artists Aristide Maillol and Gustave Feyet; G.C...D.
Whereas earlier studies of the French right wing focus on figures whose relationship to fascism constituted a fatal, rightward march (Drieu la Rochelle, Celine, Brasillach, Rebatet) or, at the very least, a shameful moment of past involvement (de Man, Blanchot) Avant-Garde Fascism discusses figures whose involvement with fascist movements was determined largely through aesthetics, such as Le Corbusier, Germaine Krull, Aristide Maillol, and others.
He found the arguments abstract, but he admired the work of Maillol, Brancusi, and later Ivan Mestrovic for their confident monumentality.
1/20/09, was a legendary young model who inspired the great sculptures and paintings of Maillol's last years.
No wonder Fernand Leger ("Femmes au Perroquet/Women with a Parrot"), Aristide Maillol ("La Riviere/The River"), and Tony Smith ("Night") are among the sculptors represented.
sculpture garden outside, where the Maillol nudes nestled in reeds at the lily pond's edge look as inviting as mermaids.
The first is a dark modern composition brooding on older texts, the second a playful liberating text that dramatizes Virgie's meditation on the near identity of opposites, Welty's re-writing the myth of Leda and the Swan in deep resonance with the representations made by the sculptors Maillol and Brancusi.