Art Nouveau in Fin-de-Siecle France: Politics, Psychology,and Style

Art Nouveau in Fin de Siecle France Politics Psychology and Style Explores the shift in the locus of modernity in fin de siecle France from technological monument to private interior The text examines the political economic social intellectual and artistic factor

  • Title: Art Nouveau in Fin-de-Siecle France: Politics, Psychology,and Style
  • Author: Debora L. Silverman
  • ISBN: 9780520080881
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • Explores the shift in the locus of modernity in fin de siecle France from technological monument to private interior The text examines the political, economic, social, intellectual and artistic factors specific to the French fin de siecle that interacted in the development of art nouveau.

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    1. Silverman describes art nouveau as a style possessing “a propensity for effervescent linearity and highly worked surfaces,” a style that “conjures up images of a European-wide invasion by the restless dynamism of organic form,” a style “dedicated to revitalizing all recesses of the urban artifice with the evocations of metamorphic growth.” But, Silverman argues, the art nouveau movement was characterized as much by conscious goals as by stylistic qualities. She sums up these goals in [...]


    2. This book also blew me out of the water. I remember the acidic smell of this book, sitting an entire weekend on our college gross-green floral thrift store couch, driving through the book with a sense of urgency to finish, delight as what I was reading, and a huge desire to take more time with it. This so very much developed my concept of France at the turn of the (nineteenth) century, what the art of the time meant, how it fit into the rest of what was occurring in this exciting era When we wer [...]


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