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THE MOST ARROGANT MAN IN FRANCE
THE MOST ARROGANT MAN IN FRANCE. GUSTAVE COURBET AND THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY MEDIA CULTURE
2007
248
TELA
978-0-691-12679-1
ENGLISH
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sinopsis

In this insightful book, Chu (who edited and translated Gustave Courbet's letters) examines how the painter (1819–1877) used the press to market his work. Courbet, who once called himself "the proudest and most arrogant man in France," relished any kind of publicity and courted journalists, critics and editors who reviewed his work and published letters in which he explained his paintings and expounded his antiestablishment philosophy


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