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Monod-Fontaine, Isabelle. Check copyright status Cite this Title L'impressionnisme et les tendances de la peinture contemporaine. Author Monod-Fontaine, Isabelle. Painting, Modern -- 20th century. Notes At head of title: Isabelle Fontaine. Bibliography: p. Language French Dewey Number View online Borrow Buy. Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"? University of Sydney Library.
Open to the public ; Barr Smith Library. None of your libraries hold this item. Found at these bookshops Searching - please wait We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. Thompson speculates that it is also possible that collectors encouraged the dealer to reach out to a broader market. She suggests, for example, that Alden Wyman Kingman, a patron who lived in Colorado in the s, possibly gave Durand-Ruel the idea to organize an exhibition in Colorado, which led to the showing of several impressionist paintings at the Brown Hotel in Denver.
Louis, where it exhibited the works in hotels.
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This enabled midwestern collectors to purchase pieces without traveling to New York City. Crist Delmonico, M. As mentioned above, the reception of impressionism in the Midwest was different from its reception on the East Coast, in that paintings were primarily shown in museums rather than commercial galleries or auction houses.
From to , roughly 23 percent of the exhibitions countrywide fig. Next, Buffalo, Chicago, and Cincinnati each accounted for roughly 10 percent of museum shows, followed by other eastern and midwestern cities fig. East Coast exhibitions containing impressionist paintings often tended to be in galleries.
Of all the gallery exhibitions in the United States between and , 48 percent were in New York, followed by Boston and Chicago fig.
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These numbers reflect the strength of these three cities as art markets, but they also explain how impressionism permeated US culture differently in the Midwest than on the East Coast. Simply put, East Coast cities had more commercial galleries than museums; midwestern cities had very few commercial galleries, but most of them had museums or related educational venues. The —8 Traveling Exhibition The —8 traveling exhibition prided itself on being the largest showing of impressionist pieces in scope and size ever held in the country, yet it was probably groundbreaking only in the fact that an exhibition of this magnitude was organized in a museum.
That is not to say that East Coast museums never showed French impressionist pieces. Even considering these East Coast acquisitions, more midwestern museums included French impressionist pieces proportionally in their exhibitions than their East Coast counterparts. Indeed, the public in most of the seven stops of the exhibition had already been exposed to French impressionism prior to the —8 show, although on a much smaller scale than people in East Coast cities and Chicago.
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The inhabitants of St. Louis and Pittsburgh were most familiar with impressionism. In addition, midwestern patrons including James J.
Hill of St. In two locations, Minneapolis and St. Paul, the exhibition also included paintings by six US artists residing in Paris. By , many midwestern cities had increasingly used traveling exhibitions to bring quality pieces to their institutions while limiting their expenses. Examples of traveling exhibitions are numerous.
The Society of Western Artists, for example, often toured midwestern towns, including Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Detroit starting in The midwestern venues that hosted the Durand-Ruel exhibition were, for the most part, newly founded museums: the St. Though some museums were approached by a representative of Durand-Ruel, others contacted the gallery as they heard of the exhibition and wanted their city to benefit from the show. John W.
Holsten said the collection at St. Louis would be free about the end of this month. I have already engaged myself with Mr. Beatty of Pittsburgh to let him have the collection after the exhibition will be over in St. Louis and could let you have it after the exhibition will be closed. I could not tell you just now the exact date and am writing to Mr. Beatty to find out. Robert Koehler, Director of the Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts, and I wrote to him that I would be very pleased to let him have the pictures later in the season as you had already asked me for them. The fact that the impressionist exhibitions were held in museums or educational institutions does not mean that their organizers lacked commercial ambitions.
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Many of the exhibition catalogues specified that the pieces came from the Durand-Ruel gallery and were for sale. Durand-Ruel and Sons and by Mr. As was common in shows of the time, the exhibition also included paintings by artists not typically considered impressionists, such as John Lewis Brown, Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, and Johan Barthold Jongkind. Most pictures by the French impressionists on view were painted in the s and s. The pieces by the six impressionist artists mentioned above Degas, Manet, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, and Sisley highlight a strong preference for landscape scenes: 45 percent of the paintings shown were landscapes, a figure that would be even higher if we included the 13 percent of cityscapes fig.
Less than 25 percent of the impressionist paintings in the exhibition were portraits, and the remaining were still lifes and figure scenes. How the venues displayed the pieces remains difficult to discern, as few photographs exist. Most often, the layout did not differentiate the core impressionists from their predecessors or their followers. Skip to content Free download.
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L'impressionnisme by Michel Hoog Such transfers tend to suggest that the sphere of influence of the elite helped Impressionism become prevalent outside their own club. Found at these bookshops The statement further reveals that other clubs promoted the same artist and that Impressionism became so popular that two clubs organized impressionist exhibits during the same month.