Frederick Mc Cubbin: 92 Masterpieces

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Frederick McCubbin, as one of the founders of the Heidelberg school, was a major figure in the development of the Australian landscape and subject painting. His early interest in the portrayal of national life was illustrated in his large subject pi…

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    Om Frederick Mc Cubbin: 92 Masterpieces

    Frederick McCubbin, as one of the founders of the Heidelberg school, was a major figure in the development of the Australian landscape and subject painting. His early interest in the portrayal of national life was illustrated in his large subject pictures of recent history, extolling the virtues and quiet heroism of the pioneers. His work was directly influenced by the earlier traditions of Australian colonial art, late-Victorian subject pictures, and interests in heroic history pieces. Other influences included Louis Buvelot, Roberts and plein air realism, combined with the example of Bastien-Lepage and his humble peasants. In later years McCubbin turned increasingly to landscape painting, portraying the lyrical and intimate beauty of the bush. The early influence of Corot gave way to that of J. M. W. Turner, as he turned from the quiet poetry of the shaded bush to the brilliant impressionistic effects of light and color of his final manner.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2014
    Forlag
    Lulu.com
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781312471504

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