Puvis de Chavannes


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Pu·vis de Cha·vannes

 (pyo͞o-vē′ də shä-vän′, -vēs′, pü-vē′), Pierre 1824-1898.
French artist noted for his decorative and allegorical murals, such as Work (1863).

Puvis de Chavannes

(French pyvis də ʃavan)
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(Biography) Pierre Cécile (pjɛr sesil). 1824–98, French mural painter
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Already Puvis de Chavannes, by one of his superb panels in the Boston Library, has admitted the telephone and the telegraph to the world of art.
Address : 1 Place Puvis De Chavannes - Bp 6 71480 Cuiseaux
6) Un caballo de raza es muy hermoso; pero habra que conceder que es mas hermoso un Degas, algo de Puvis de Chavannes, alguna violencia de Rodin.
43) Thornley was a student of the reproductive lithographer Achille Sirouy and had distinguished himself in 1881 with a series of twenty-five color lithographs after Boucher, followed by lithographs after Puvis de Chavannes which were included in the Salons of 1884, 1885, and 1888.
Puvis de Chavannes refused to be involved, and Monet was reluctant to see his paintings 'go to Yankee country' (they eventually did).
Both Pierre Puvis de Chavannes at his most erotically cryptic (The Beheading of St.
En musica a Wagner y en pintura a dos artistas muy opuestos en su forma de expresion; Puvis de Chavannes "palido y primitivo" y Gustave Moreau "suntuoso, dorado y decadente" (Samain 237, cit.
Genevieve by Puvis de Chavannes and the martyrdoms in the Golden Legend in which "all human experiences, measured against one supreme spiritual existence, were of about the same importance" (OW 9).
Other pre-symbolist artists were Pierre Puvis de Chavannes (1824-1898), and Gustave Moreau (1826-1898).
Sister Wendy and Tufnell discussed two paintings featuring scenes from the life of St John the Baptist: Neri di Bicci's St John the Baptist leaving for the Desert, and The Beheading of St John the Baptist by Pierre-Ccile Puvis de Chavannes.
He knew and was influenced by such significant European artists as John Singer Sargent, Pierre Cecile Puvis de Chavannes and Pierre Auguste Renoir.
Su belleza atraia a muchos artistas de los que fue modelo y de los que aprendio tecnicas pictoricas: Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Renoir y Puvis de Chavannes.