Impressionism and Post-Impressionism at the Dallas Museum of Art offers a series of intimate case studies in the history of 19th-century European art. Inspired by a series of public lectures given at the Dallas Museum of Art between 2009 and 2013, the volume comprises twelve beautifully illustrated essays from leading academics and museum specialists. Opening with a new reading of one of Gustave Courbet’s great hunting scenes, The Fox in the Snow, and ending with an exploration of a group of interior scenes by Edouard Vuillard, each essay stands alone as a richly contextualized reading of a single work or group of works by one artist. The authors approach their subjects from a range of methodological perspectives, but all pay close attention to the experience of making and viewing works of art.
By Heather MacDonald (Editor), Richard R. Brettell (Contributor), André Dombrowksi (Contributor), Paul Galvez (Contributor), John House (Contributor), Richard Kendall (Contributor), Dorothy Kosinski (Contributor), Antoinette Le Normand-Romain (Contributor), Nancy Locke (Contributor), Belinda Thomson (Contributor), Richard Thomson (Contributor), Paul Hayes Tucker (Contributor), Stephen F. Eisenman (Contributor)
Softcover, 176 pages