Letters to Ambroise Vollard and André Fontainas

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Grabhorn Press , San Francisco
Statementedited by John Rewald, with reproductions of ten woodcuts.
ContributionsRewald, John, 1912-1994
The Physical Object
Pagination[vii], 68 p. pl.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21599414M

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Vuillard, Edouard, Miscellaneous papers regarding Ambroise Vollard,bulk An interesting essay by John Rewald entitled Paul Gauguin-Letters to Ambroise Vollard and André Fontainas, (included in John Rewald Studies in Post-Impressionism, published by Abrams in ), discusses Gauguin's years in Tahiti, and the struggles of his survival as seen through correspondence with the dealer Vollard and others.

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Harry N. Abrams Inc.pp. – ^ Bailey, Martin. "Gauguin could be cleared of syphilis—by the skin of his teeth". Mercure de France. N°1er avril Contient entre autres: Baudelaire, par André Fontainas (23 pages).

La Vie, l'?uvre et l'Exemple de Robert d'Humières, par Camille Mauclair (32 pages). MERCURE DE France, André FONTAINAS, Camille MAUCLAIR, François PORCHÉ, Ambroise GOT, Pierre DUFAY, Claude ROGER-MARX.

Paul Gauguin's Letters to Ambroise Vollard () and Andre Fontainas, was edited by John Rewald and published in San Francisco by Robert and Edwin Grabhorn in Almost immediately after its inception inthe Grabhorn Press became one of the most attractive and, ultimately, most enduring American presses of the post-war period.

Indeed, Vollard's enterprise extended beyond dealing: encouraging artists to make prints and considerably furthering the development of the artist's book, or livre d'artiste, he published colorful print albums and collector's books that are among the most celebrated of the twentieth century.

La collection Ambroise Vollard du Musée Léon-Dierx: les donations de et by Ambroise Vollard (Book) Ambroise Vollard, éditeur: les peintres-graveurs, 18th Juneth JulyAgnew's (Book). About this Item: Ambroise Vollard, Paris, In-4, reliure à encadrement de maroquin noir, plats ornés d'un grand rectangle vertical composé de triangles alternés de daim gris et bleu marine avec le titre de l'ouvrage inscrit en capitales mosaïquées en box gris perle et gris foncé sur le premier plat; noms de l'auteur et de l'artiste et titre de l'ouvrage poussés or sur le dos sans.

Through his gallery, Vollard was also responsible for promoting the artists associated with the relatively unknown Fauvist and Nabis came about in part through his interest in printmaking, and he encouraged artists such as Maurice Denis and André Derain to create prints which he then exhibited at his gallery.

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Vollard stated, “I was hardly settled in the rue Laffitte when I. Finding aid for the Miscellaneous papers regarding Ambroise Vollard,bulk and for establishing the genre of the illustrated art book (livre d'artiste). After Vollard launched over 40 publishing projects with artists, many of which were incomplete when he died in Letter to André Clot, March INTRODUCTION Cézanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard, Patron of the Avant-Garde is an unprecedented exhibition devoted to Henri-Louis-Ambroise Vollard (–), the legendary art dealer, patron, and publisher who put modern art on the map by launching the careers of some of its major figures.

Drawing upon the dealer’s archives (including account books and letters), this unique. Paul Gauguin, Letters to Ambroise Vollard and André Fontainas (Edited by John Rewald) 68 p., 11 ill. (Reproductions of Wood-Cuts by Gauguin, of which four in Color). Search for: Posted On By muvu.

Next. Vollard, Ambroise, Vollard, Ambroise, Vollard, Ambroise Paul Gauguin: letters to Ambroise Vollard & André Fontainas: Père ubu à l'aviation: Le père Ubu à lq guerre: dessins de Jean Puy Suite Vollard, Picasso: uma interpretação paranaense: Museu de Arte do Paraná, 31 agosto a 7 outubro de Ambroise Vollard () played a key role in the transformation of the art world in the late 19th century.

A pioneering Parisian dealer, Vollard introduced many of the era’s leading artists to the public. This beautifully illustrated catalogue, accompanying the first comprehensive exhibition devoted to Vollard’s extraordinary achievement, presents important paintings, sculpture.

John Rewald, recognized as a foremost authority on late 19th-century art, wrote a series of books about the Post-Impressionist period, including Post-Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin () and an essay, Paul Gauguin: Letters to Ambroise Vollard and André Fontainas (included in Rewald's Studies in Post-Impressionism, ), discusses.

) Cited in John Rewald, “The Painter and the Dealer,” in Paul Gauguin: Letters to Ambroise Vollard and André Fontainas, trans. G.

Mack (Grabhorn, ), p. ) In the mids, Vollard also made overtures to Lucien Pissarro to create woodcut illustrations for a volume by the poet Paul Verlaine, which Camille Pissarro wisely.- Vente de collections privées - Tahiti - Polynésie Française.) Gauguin wrote to Vollard in January “Half of the blocks have been used twice and I am the only person who can make prints that way.” Gauguin to Ambroise Vollard, Jan.reprinted in John Rewald, “Paul Gauguin—Letters to Ambroise Vollard and André Fontainas,” in Rewald, Studies in Post-Impressionism (Abrams, ), p.