Studio Practice, Art, and Caricature

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June 6, 2019

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classicisme réalisme caricature satire atelier politique diffusion mondialisation gastronomie réception caricature diffusion gastronomy globalization politics reception satire Arts & Humanities ART015000 AC

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Patricia Mainardi, « Studio Practice, Art, and Caricature », Publications de l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art, ID : 10670/1.jrpuwu


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In the nineteenth century, caricatures of works of art became familiar to the art-loving public and were especially ubiquitous around the time of Salon exhibitions. Charles Léger’s pioneering Courbet selon les caricatures et les images, published in 1920, was the first study of such images. He proposed the topic as an important area of investigation because these caricatures, ridiculing both subject and style, show us how works of art appeared to contemporaries, and often are more revelatory ...

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