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Thu Oct 16 17:55:09 2014 UTClccn-n811458770.13With violets /0.400.93Berthe Morisot : la belle peintre /19789146Berthe_Morisotn 81145877690648Berthe ManetBerthe Marie Pauline MorisotBerthe MorisotManet, Berthe Marie Pauline Morisot.Manet, Berthe Marie Pauline Morisot 1841-1895Morisot, BertheMorisot, Berthe ManetMorisot, Berthe-Marie-PaulineMorisot, Berthe Marie Pauline 1841-1895Morizo, Berta 1841-1895Morizot, Berthe 1841-1895モリゾ, ベルトlccn-n79022903Degas, Edgar1834-1917lccn-n78096937Cassatt, Mary1844-1926lccn-n79055478Renoir, Auguste1841-1919hnrartlccn-n88259058Higonnet, Anne1959-lccn-n79043160Manet, Édouard1832-1883lccn-n79055527Monet, Claude1840-1926hnrartlccn-n79102762Sisley, Alfred1839-1899hnrartlccn-n50010995Pissarro, Camille1830-1903artlccn-n91027642Gonzalès, Eva1849-1883lccn-no95038474Bracquemond, Marie1841-1916Morisot, Berthe1841-1895BiographyExhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceConference proceedingsCatalogsMorisot, Berthe,FranceImpressionism (Art)PaintersDegas, Edgar,Monet, Claude,Renoir, Auguste,Cassatt, Mary,Manet, Édouard,Art, FrenchImpressionist artistsArtistsSisley, Alfred,Pissarro, Camille,Gonzalès, Eva,Art, ModernWomen artistsBracquemond, Marie,Painting, FrenchCézanne, Paul,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Gogh, Vincent van,France--Art-sur-MeurtheWomen paintersWomen in artCorot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille,United StatesPainting, AmericanTriangles (Interpersonal relations)BrothersIntellectual lifeManet, Julie,FamiliesGauguin, Paul,Seurat, Georges,Art--Themes, motivesMallarmé, Stéphane,Poets, FrenchMusée MarmottanFriendshipRouart, DenisPainting--Private collectionsFrance--ParisPainting, ModernAuthors, FrenchUpper class--Social life and customsFondation Denis et Annie RouartPaintingPainters--BiographyArt criticism1841189518691871187218731874187518761878187918811883188418851886189218941896190019021905190619101919192019221923192419251926192819291930193119321933193619381939194119431946194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319651970197319751976197719781979198019811982198319851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201420691529939759.4ND553.M88ocn074978030ocn699684999ocn311255307ocn315636672ocn613986171ocn313438230ocn315723987ocn691724842ocn265026049ocn313631937ocn066994061ocn820699909ocn441825943ocn799802390ocn693112718ocn693112726ocn693112734ocn693112724ocn693112736ocn693112731ocn693112720ocn762466207ocn693112729ocn185757710ocn470191348ocn470203064ocn460549508ocn464162065ocn460305776ocn761140032ocn762799945ocn465592085Painters11683ocn044958825file19950.29Higonnet, AnneBerthe MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyProduct Description: Of the six Impressionist painters whose first exhibition scandalized and fascinated Paris in 1874, Berthe Morisot was the only woman. She reached a pinnacle of artistic achievement despite the restraints society placed on her sex, adroitly combining her artistic ambitions with a rewarding family life. Anne Higonnet brings fully to life an accomplished artist and her world+-+11065757058223ocn024246342book19920.50Higonnet, AnneBerthe Morisot's images of womenCriticism, interpretation, etcdiscussion provides a background and context for Morisot's imagery, but also helps to explain the look of her pictures. Focusing on formal choices - poses, props, composition, and especially brushwork - Higonnet compares Morisot's images of women with those of Cassatt, Degas, and Manet and details the emergence of her stylistic and thematic individuality. She also shows us the critical themes of Morisot's late work: her self-portraiture, her attempts, with Cassatt, at6133ocn183262558book20080.39Women impressionistsExhibition catalogs"This book is a comprehensive introduction to the works of four women Impressionists: Berthe Morisot, a key protagonist of the Impressionist movement; Mary Cassatt, who had her own special role to play in the movement and was held in high esteem by fellow painter Edgar Degas; Eva Gonzales, a gifted artist and Edouard Manet's only student; and Marie Bracquemond, who abandoned painting in the interests of marital harmony." "This superbly illustrated book also contains essays by a number of writers, who besides providing a knowledgeable introduction to these four women painters, also succeed in conveying to us the context in which they worked."--Jacket+-+542572022827921ocn060098018book19570.66Morisot, BertheBerthe Morisot, the correspondence with her family and friends : Manet, Puvis de Chavannes, Degas, Monet, Renoir and MallarméBiographyRecords and correspondenceBerthe Morisot (1841-1895) was the most celebrated and well connected European woman painter of her time. This selected correspondence reveals a highly intelligent woman, filled with self-doubt, berated by her mother for her "selfishness,'' yet persisting in her total immersion in her art. Close friends with Manet, Degas and Mallarme, Morisot married Manet's brother and shared ideas with colleagues who included Cassatt, Monet, Renoir and Pissarro. The letters, edited by Morisot's grandson, were first published in England in 1957+-+37107336452708ocn015084029book19870.37Adler, KathleenBerthe MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyOm den franske kvindelige impressionist Berthe Morisots liv og værk2576ocn646401344book19820.35Rey, Jean DominiqueBerthe MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBerthe Morisot was Fragonard's descendant, Corot's student, Manet's model. But above all, Morisot was the foremost female painter of the impressionist movement and, to quote Apollinaire, "one of the most complete artists of her day." While she belongs to the finest tradition of French oil painting, her pastels are as brilliant as those of her friend Degas and her delicate watercolors are undisputed masterpieces. This book showcases the life and works of the influential artist, focusing on the key stages of her career, from her role in the "realist" avant-garde to the advent of impressionism, to the birth of her only child, Julie, who would quite literally grow up under her mother's paintbrush. An anthology of citations from the writers in her entourage--including Stéphane Mallarmé and Paul Valéry--as well as personal correspondence between Morisot and other important artists of the late nineteenth century provide further insight into a unique talent and a fascinating period in the history of art+-+83165853571017ocn031126011book19930.84Delafond, MarianneLes femmes impressionnistes : Mary Cassatt, Eva Gonzalès, Berthe MorisotExhibition catalogs881ocn045064345book20000.66Bona, DominiqueBerthe Morisot : le secret de la femme en noirBiographyAnalyse : Roman historique. Roman psychologique (intime)817ocn033671166book19940.90Mallarmé, StéphaneCorrespondance de Stéphane Mallarmé et Berthe Morisot : 1876-1895Records and correspondence745ocn041983718book19970.90Delafond, MarianneBerthe Morisot, ou, L'audace raisonnée : Fondation Denis et Annie RouartBiographyExhibition catalogs663ocn049646954book20020.93Rey, Jean DominiqueBerthe Morisot : la belle peintreCriticism, interpretation, etcBelle-soeur de Manet, amie de Degas, de Monet, de Renoir, Berthe Morisot (1851-1895) adopte à leur contact la palette claire et la peinture de plein air, mais avec une intuition et une subtilité toute personnelle. A travers des sujets intimes, inspirés de sa vie quotidienne, elle a su se démarquer de ces influences. Sa fille Julie est un des principaux sujets de son oeuvre5712ocn074978030book19870.29Stuckey, Charles FBerthe Morisot, ImpressionistCatalogsExhibition catalogs562ocn022376273book19520.86Berthe Morisot and her circle : paintings from the Rouart collection, Paris : [exhibition at] the Art Gallery of Toronto ... [et al.]Exhibition catalogs377ocn007019097book19600.53Morisot, BertheDrawings, pastels, watercolors, paintingsExhibition catalogs363ocn156995982book20070.86Stuckey, Charles FManet, Berthe MorisotExhibition catalogsExamines the relationship betwen Berthe Morisot and Edouard Manet, especially the complex history of the work known in English as "Berthe Morisot on a divan", probably painted 1872-1873, but never exhibited during Manet's lifetime324ocn611378347book20090.90Mallarmé, StéphaneMallarmé-Morisot : correspondance 1876-1895Records and correspondence244ocn256293418book19610.26Morisot, BertheBerthe Morisot : Zeichnungen, Pastelle, Aquarelle, Gemälde2010ocn492271199book19500.88Morisot, BertheCorrespondance de Berthe Morisot avec sa famille et ses amis : Manet, Puvis de Chavannes, Degas, Monet, Renoir et Mallarme : documents réunis et présentésRecords and correspondence181ocn871549972book19790.23Courthion, PierreImpressionismSurveys the development of impressionist art, with reproductions of more than 145 paintings137ocn001877531book19610.88Musée Jacquemart-AndréBerthe Morisot. [Catalogue d'expositionExhibition catalogs14197ocn015790106book19870.29Stuckey, Charles FBerthe Morisot, ImpressionistCatalogsExhibition catalogs13435ocn020722314book19900.29Higonnet, AnneBerthe MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyOne of the founders of Impressionism - Includes portraits12362ocn607683738file20000.47Clement, Russell TThe women impressionists a sourcebookBibliographyThis reference organizes and describes the primary and secondary literature surrounding Mary Stevenson Cassatt, Berthe Morisot, Eva Gonzalès, and Marie Bracquemond, four major women Impressionist artists. The Impressionist group included several women artists of considerable ability whose works and lives were largely ignored until the advent of feminist art criticism in the early 1970s. They studied, worked, and exhibited with their male counterparts including Degas, Manet, Monet, and Pissarro. The entries provide extensive coverage of the careers, critical reception, exhibition history, and g+-+439358868511572ocn070107133book20060.21Roe, SueThe private lives of the impressionistsHistoryBiographyArtA group portrait of the Impressionist artists traces how the movement's early leaders met in the studios of Paris and lived and worked together closely for several years, supporting one another through a series of emotional and financial difficulties+-+03009051559785ocn015084254book19870.37Adler, KathleenBerthe MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyOm den franske kvindelige impressionist Berthe Morisots liv og værk+-+84298396258586ocn047887735visu20010.21Alfred, BruceThe Impressionists the other French revolutionBiography"Tells the story of the first truly modern artistic movement, focusing on five of its most important practitioners, Renoir, Monet, Degas, Pissarro, and Morisot. Their determination to remain true to their convictions--and the price they paid as a result--is vididly captured in their own words, taken from letters and diaries, while the world's foremost authorities offer fascinating insights into their lives and work"--Container8521ocn045438111book20000.29Brettell, Richard RImpression : painting quickly in France, 1860-1890Exhibition catalogsThe "point" of Impressionist art was to capture the fleeting moment, the transient effect of a certain place, person or time. Impressionist artists worked on site with speed and directness, hoping to distinguish their works with a new freshness, immediacy, and truthfulness. Yet the paintings they exhibited were in fact almost always completed in the studio later. This beautifully illustrated book investigates for the first time works that might truly be called Impressions--paintings that appear to be rapid transcriptions of shifting subjects but were nonetheless considered finished by their makers. Renowned Impressionist scholar Richard R. Brettell identifies and discusses Impressions by some of the best-known artists of the period, including Manet, Monet, Renoir, Sisley, Morisot, Degas, Pissarro, and Caillebotte. The book surveys the various practices of individual artists in the making, signing, exhibiting, and selling of Impressions. Brettell discusses the pictorial theories behind the paintings, the sales strategies for them, and the various forms they took, including works completed in one sitting, "apparent" Impressions, and repeated Impressions. In a concluding chapter, the author considers a small group of works by Vincent van Gogh, who painted with an almost fanatical rapidity and was the only major post-Impressionist painter to push the aesthetic of the Impression even further+-+81993555856638ocn036222071book19960.50Shennan, MargaretBerthe Morisot, the first lady of ImpressionismBiographyBerthe Morisot was one of France's most distinguished female painters. Yet, although her work hangs in galleries around the western world, she remains the least well known of the French Impressionists. Mystery and myth have surrounded Morisot since her death a century ago. Her life was reputedly one of tranquil domesticity and genteel fulfillment, but nothing could be further from the truth. What was the nature of her relationship with Edouard Manet, the most controversial artist of his day - a liaison which dominated not only her artistic but also her personal life, and led her to marry his brother? Why, in spite of political and cultural connections, did she find happiness and public recognition so elusive? Was she descended from Fragonard? This biography, the first full-length examination of Morisot's life, explores these questions in the context of many other relationships and the dramatic social and political backcloth of her time, and reveals how she came to have an important place among the Impressionists+-+K1776450255992ocn021764484book19900.47Adler, KathleenPerspectives on Morisot :Conference proceedings+-+649504000632459712ocn008113892book19820.35Rey, Jean DominiqueBerthe MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyReproductions of the paintings and drawings of the artist, Berthe Morisot, are accompanied by a discussion of her life, artistic style, and role in the Impressionist movement+-+831658535752813ocn014904153book19570.66Morisot, BertheBerthe Morisot, the correspondence with her family and friends : Manet, Puvis de Chavannes, Degas, Monet, Renoir and MallarméBiographyRecords and correspondenceBerthe Morisot (1841-1895) was the most celebrated and well connected European woman painter of her time. This selected correspondence reveals a highly intelligent woman, filled with self-doubt, berated by her mother for her "selfishness,'' yet persisting in her total immersion in her art. Close friends with Manet, Degas and Mallarme, Morisot married Manet's brother and shared ideas with colleagues who included Cassatt, Monet, Renoir and Pissarro. The letters, edited by Morisot's grandson, were first published in England in 1957+-+37107336454598ocn005281876book19600.53Morisot, BertheDrawings, pastels, watercolors, paintingsExhibition catalogs4573ocn191930467book20050.13Robards, ElizabethWith violetsFictionBiographical fictionLove stories"Robards takes up the story of impressionist painter Berthe Morisot, who was a friend and lover of fellow artist Edouard Manet, and imagines a love affair between them against the backdrop of a disapproving time. After they first meet in the Louvre, Manet invites Morisot to his studio, where he paints the first of what would be countless portraits. Morisot basks in the great man's attention, but she must learn to tread carefully around Manet's wife. Together, the painters test the limits of propriety, engaging in a risky affair that is compromised bit by bit over time, leading to unexpected ends"--Publishers Weekly+-+77642061554435ocn830199379book20120.47Morisot, BertheBerthe Morisot : 1841-1895Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs"Berthe Morisot (1841-1895) was one of only a handful of women who exhibited both at the famed Paris Salon and with the French Impressionists. Her exquisite work depicts the world of the Parisian bourgeoisie: their clothes, their life-styles, their surroundings, and their relationships. Over one hundred full-color paintings, graphic works, watercolors, and pastels are reproduced in this volume, and are accompanied by original commentaries that follow the artist's career from her training with Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot to her final work. Included in the volume is an essay that Morisot wrote about her nephew-in-law Paul Valéry in 1948--a seminal text that has never been included in his collected works--as well as extensive correspondence and sketchbooks held at the Musée Marmottan Monet, which have rarely been accessible. Morisot has been hailed by historians as one of the forgotten women artists of the 19th century, and this volume helps to reveal her artistic influence on her better-known peers."--Amazon.com3222ocn016949106book19870.56Manet, JulieGrowing up with the impressionists : the diary of Julie ManetBiographyDiariesDagbogens forfatter er datter af Berthe Morisot og Eugéne Manet, Edouard Manets yngre bror3102ocn055944749visu20040.16Ambient artStudy the work of Impressionist masters. More than 340 paintings from 11 masters create the finest collection of art ever assembled on DVD. Artists include: Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Manet, Monet, Morisot, Pissarro, Renoir, Seurat, Sisley and Van Gogh2304ocn001736665book19250.70Fourreau, ArmandBerthe Morisot2006ocn051460981book20020.86Morisot, BertheBerthe Morisot, 1841-1895 : Lille, Palais des beaux-arts, 10 mars-9 juin 2002, Martigny, Fondation Pierre Gianadda, 20 juin-19 novembre 2002Exhibition catalogs+-+48589366273241988ocn003023055book18960.92Durand-Ruel et fils (Firm)Berthe Morisot (Madame Eugène Manet) : exposition de son œuvre, du 5 au 23 mars 1896, chez Durand-RuelExhibition catalogs1508ocn018961048book19560.47Valéry, PaulDegas, Manet, MorisotCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis volume presents the full text of the author's book on Degas, with a long essay on Corot, others on Berthe Morisot, Manet, and Daumier, a personal recollection of Renoir, and writings on sculpture, portraiture, Italian painting, and several minor arts+-+5733656415+-+5425720228+-+5425720228Thu Oct 16 15:30:21 EDT 2014batch45478