raisonné

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raisonné

(ˌreɪzɒˈneɪ; French rezɔne)
adj
carefully thought out, logical
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This enormous, and enormously valuable, book provides a catalogue raisonne of the vast exhibition of Leonardo drawings shown at the Metropolitan Museum from January 22-March 30, 2003 and organized by the Curator of Drawings, Carmen C.
questions which Al Grossman or Pierre Koenig could still answer, if asked, In many ways, the concluding catalogue raisonne provides as much, if not more information about his buildings as does the main text, An d here is this book's real value, for it brings together a hitherto confusing assemblage of works referenced by various authors such as Esther McCoy, Reyner Banham, Elizabeth A.
This two-volume set is the result of six years of research by the Jacob Lawrence Catalogue Raisonne project.
Montaigne proprietaire foncier: Inventaire raisonne du 'Terrier de Montaigne' conserve a la Bibliotheque Municipale de Bordeaux.
Verma presents us with a bibliographical dictionary of 327 Mughal painters and a catalogue raisonne of their works.
Published on the occasion of a nationally touring exhibition sponsored by the Bellevue, Washington, Art Museum, this catalog raisonne of prints by an important African-American artist displays the dynamic compositions and highly keyed colors that Lawrence employs in his content-driven work.
The Catalogue raisonne de l'oeuvre d'Albert Roussel provides both a comprehensive view of Roussel's music and a remarkably detailed profile of each work.
636 verso) The connection he makes between language and empiricism begins with the vocabulary from which will develop articles for his Dictionnaire raisonne des sciences, des arts et des metiers.
Until recently, Diderot was famous mainly for having compiled and edited, with d'Alembert and others, the Encyclopedie ou Dictionnaire raisonne des sciences, des arts et des m etiers (28 vols, 5 suppls, 2 index vols).
The catalogue includes more than 40 color plates and 100 black-and-white illustrations, a chronology, a bibliography, and a catalogue raisonne of more than 50 prints produced by Jacquette since the 1970s.
Frederic Remington: A Catalogue Raisonne II (online access included)
Catherine Puglisi reviews a book on Gentileschi's Bolognese near-contemporary, the painter Elisabetta Sirani 1638-65), which includes a catalogue raisonne collecting the 150 or so paintings she completed in her short lifetime.