How do today''s artists understand and depict notions of love? As witnessed in this compelling book, they often transcend traditional European romantic notions to create representations of love in less familiar manifestations. The title of this volume, "The Progress of Love", refers to a group of 18th-century paintings by Jean-Honore Fragonard, who represented love as a contemporary phenomenon rather than in the guise of allegory or fiction. Today''s artists go further. Exploring the forces..
|Кол-во страниц||176||Автор на обложке||Van Dyke Kristina| Silva Bisi| Kifon Bongmba Elias| Consagra Francesca| Eyre Banning|
|Глубина упаковки||1||Автор||Van Dyke Kristina| Silva Bisi| Kifon Bongmba Elias| Consagra Francesca| Eyre Banning|
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