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Fri Mar 21 17:12:27 2014 UTClccn-n500088160.32Rodin0.470.92Pozzatti : [exhibition] Walker Art Center, March 6 - April 17, 196046777192n 5000881644340Elsen, Albert, 1927-Elsen, Albert, 1927-1995Elsen, Albert E.Elsen, Albert E., 1927-1995Elsen, Edward Albert, 1927-lccn-n79090126Rodin, Auguste1840-1917othillartlccn-n80032042Merryman, John Henrylccn-n81106229Barryte, Bernardedtlccn-n98017977Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford Universitypbllccn-n2001008938Jamison, Rosalyn Frankellccn-n50030854Cantor, B. Gerald1916-lccn-n83042011Cantor, Irislccn-n81049805Alhadeff, Albertclblccn-n79054426National Gallery of Art (U.S.)lccn-n79054729Matisse, Henri1869-1954Elsen, Albert Edward1927-HistoryExhibition catalogsBiographyCatalogsTrials, litigation, etcCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksInteractive multimediaRecords and correspondenceRodin, Auguste,FranceArtSculptorsSculptureSculpture, ModernUnited StatesLaw and artCultural property--Protection--Law and legislationArtists--Legal status, laws, etcSculpture--Private collectionsCalifornia--Palo AltoCantor, IrisIris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford UniversityCantor, B. Gerald,AestheticsArt--Themes, motivesArt appreciationSculpture, FrenchSculpture, EuropeanEuropeAvant-garde (Aesthetics)Artists' preparatory studiesGates of hell (Rodin, Auguste)Photography, ArtisticThinker (Rodin, Auguste)Public opinionPublic sculpture--Public opinionMatisse, Henri,New York (State)--New YorkFigure sculptureHadzi, Dimitri,Musée RodinBeasley, Bruce,Bronze sculpture, AmericanFrance--ParisBronze sculpturePlaster sculptureMarble sculpture, FrenchBronze sculpture, FrenchMarble sculptureArt, FrenchClassicism in artFrance--MeudonMusée Rodin (Meudon, France)ArtistsPsychologyPozzatti, Rudy,Elsen, Albert Edward,Cultural property192719951951195519591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519871988199019941996199819992001200220032005200717256103354730.924NB553.R7ocn464531302ocn757240285ocn185955438258237ocn000418465book19620.35Elsen, Albert EdwardPurposes of art: an introduction to the history and appreciation of artHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcLearning to appreciate art through its history155221ocn006363813book19630.32Rodin, AugusteRodinHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsInteractive multimediaPictorial worksRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsStudy of Rodin and his place in traditional and modern art126629ocn015014844book19790.79Merryman, John HenryLaw, ethics, and the visual artsTrials, litigation, etc"Law, Ethics and the Visual Arts describes and critically discusses what happens when the art world encounters the law and vice versa. Thorough a combination of primary source materials, excerpts from professional and art journals and extensive textual notes, this work presents a thorough analysis of, inter alia: the fate of works of art in wartime; the international trade in stolen and illegally exported cultural property; artistic freedom, censorship and state support for art and artists; copyright, droit moral and droit de suite; the artist's professional life and death; collectors and the art market; income and estate taxation; charitable donations of works of art, and art museums and their collections. Art world professionals, including practising and academic lawyers, the art trade, art administrators, museum trustees and staff, art historians, archaeologists and art collectors will find this book of value."--BOOK JACKET+-+0260766954125025ocn001045908book19740.39Elsen, Albert EdwardOrigins of modern sculpture: pioneers and premisesHistory+-+6282512535106510ocn047081323book20030.33Elsen, Albert EdwardRodin's art : the Rodin collection of the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford UniversityCatalogs"The late Albert Elsen was the first American scholar to study seriously the work of the French sculptor Auguste Rodin, and the person most responsible for a revival of interest in the artist as a modern innovator - after years during which the sculpture had been dismissed as so much Victorian bathos. After a fortuitous meeting with the financier, philanthropist, and art collector B. Gerald Cantor, Elsen helped Cantor build a major collection of Rodin's work. A large part of this collection, consisting of more than two hundred works, was donated to Stanford University's museum by Mr. Cantor, who died in 1996. In size, Stanford's collection is surpassed only by the Musee Rodin in Paris and rivaled only by the collection in Philadelphia+-+853886046587813ocn007553416book19810.47National Gallery of Art (U.S.)Rodin rediscoveredExhibition catalogs87810ocn000299495book19710.47Elsen, Albert EdwardThe sculpture of Henri MatisseExhibition catalogs86410ocn004515250book19770.50Elsen, Albert EdwardModern European sculpture, 1918-1945 : unknown beings and other realitiesBiographyExhibition catalogs7887ocn011549123book19850.39Elsen, Albert EdwardThe Gates of hell by Auguste Rodin+-+663762953532478811ocn006340297book19800.39Elsen, Albert EdwardIn Rodin's studio : a photographic record of sculpture in the making78413ocn000238739book19710.47Elsen, Albert EdwardThe drawings of Rodin6056ocn000788667book19730.39Jenkins, PaulPaul Jenkins5645ocn000111027book19650.56Lipton, SeymourSeymour LiptonExhibition catalogs5565ocn028266266book19650.56Elsen, Albert EdwardAuguste Rodin: readings on his life and work5527ocn011621730book19850.59Elsen, Albert EdwardRodin's Thinker and the dilemmas of modern public sculpture5028ocn000513689book19600.59Elsen, Albert EdwardRodin's Gates of hellAn examination of the great sculptured portal, illustrated with 100 photographs and drawings3156ocn000079742book19690.66Elsen, Albert EdwardThe partial figure in modern sculpture : from Rodin to 1969Exhibition catalogs2815ocn000794008book19730.70Elsen, Albert EdwardPioneers of modern sculpture: [catalogue of an exhibition held at the] Hayward Gallery, London, 20 July-23 September 1973Exhibition catalogs2692ocn034966007book19960.59Dimitri HadziCriticism, interpretation, etcDimitri Hadzi is among the most distinguished modernist sculptors, creator of works in bronze and stone that are powerfully abstract and expressionist in character. Yet his belief in the past as both a literary and an aesthetic source, as well as his use of such traditional materials as bronze, shape a career that stands out from those of mainstream modernists+-+88860400062075ocn023226034book19900.79Beasley, BruceBruce Beasley : an exhibition of bronze sculptureExhibition catalogs91ocn005280106book19600.92Walker Art CenterPozzatti : [exhibition] Walker Art Center, March 6 - April 17, 1960Exhibition catalogs+-+6282512535+-+6282512535Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch19433