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- Charts the revival of the art and architecture of the Byzantine Empire that took place across Europe and North America in the 19th and early 20th centuries
- A highly decorative style, originally produced in Byzantium (modern-day Istanbul), it inspi … weiterlesen
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Titel: Byzantium Rediscovered
Autor/en: J. B. Bullen

ISBN: 0714846384
EAN: 9780714846385
30 b&w illus, 220 col photos.
Sprache: Englisch.
Phaidon Press Ltd

14. April 2006 - kartoniert - 240 Seiten

Beschreibung

- Charts the revival of the art and architecture of the Byzantine Empire that took place across Europe and North America in the 19th and early 20th centuries
- A highly decorative style, originally produced in Byzantium (modern-day Istanbul), it inspired the works of designers, artists and patrons such as Louis Comfort Tiffany, Gustav Klimt, Edward Burne-Jones and Ludwig I of Bavaria
- This original and pioneering interdisciplinary study presents the first coherent account of the varied manifestations of Byzantinism in Germany, Austria, France, Britain and America
- Richly Illustrated with Byzantine originals and the works they Inspired
- Covering politics, religion and literature as well as the arts, this is an exemplary study in cultural history

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Foreword Introduction 1 Bavaria, Prussia and Austria 2 France 3 Britain 4 America Notes Index

Portrait

J B Bullen is Professor of English at the University of Reading. He has a long-standing interest in interdisciplinary studies, and his books include The Expressive Eye: Vision and Perception in the Work of Thomas Hardy (1986), The Myth of the Renaissance in Nineteenth-Century Writing (1995) and The Pre-Raphaelite Body: Fear and Desire in Painting, Poetry and Criticism (1998).

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'An explosive, luscious book, with sparkling gold walls on almost every page; and it is also an extremely useful one, making sense of the work of, say, Klimt and Tiffany by placing in a fresh historical context.' (Timothy Brittain-Catlin, World of Interiors) 'Enjoyable...Bullen's thesis triggers new reactions to buildings and connections that you thought you understood, or perhaps had never considered...written in a lively and accessible style...handsomely designed, with opulent photography.' (The Victorian (magazine of the Victorian Society)) 'Brilliant...The range is amazingly wide: we meet Yeats and Ruskin, Morris and Tiffany; touch on Ingres, Cezanne, Moreau and Klimt...This book is a model of how history should be written.' (The Good Book Guide) 'A fascinating survey.' (Notes & Queries, bulletin of ASTENE, Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East) 'A landmark work...the production values of this spectacular book deserve high praise: lavish is the only appropriate word for the illustrations, with more than two hundred wonderfully sharp colour plates. For a work which has full scholarly paraphernalia, including footnotes and bibliography, it will also delight and impress a wider audience. If there is a whiff of the coffee table, it is straight from the shores of the Bosphorus.' (Stephen Wildman, Ruskin University, University of Lancaster, Art History) 'Marvellously wide-ranging...Bullen writes elegantly and deploys his scholarship without pedantry. To state that Richard Wagner, Gustav Klimt and William Morris all emerge from this book is to give only a glimpse of its interest...Physically, the book is an object to be prized: the illustrations are uniformly excellent, and perfectly integrated with the text...a book which combines beauty with intelligence, and sophistication with grace. It deserves a wide readership.' (Gervase Rosser, St Catherine's College, Oxford, The Art Book) 'Any number of texts outline the Classical and Gothic influences in 19th Century art, but this is the first in-depth survey of the impact of Byzantium...In the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, Germany, Austria, France, Britain and America all looked to the East for inspiration that turned up in architecture, painting and decorative arts. For artists, think Gustave Moreau, Gustav Klimt and Louis Comfort Tiffany to start. There are many more, persuasively explicated and beautifully illustrated, in this pioneering volume.' (Chicago Tribune, Sunday) 'Manifestations of the exotic and theatrical complexities of neo-Byzantine influences on the 19th- and 20th-century architecture and art are the focus of this studious interdisciplinary survey...The author excels in interweaving Byzantine-inspired architecture and art with writings by Goethe, Yeats, and other authors...[T]he most comprehensive survey currently available in English.' (Library Journal)
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