I Mpressionism and Journalistic Illust Ation

@inproceedings{Journalistic2002IMA,
  title={I Mpressionism and Journalistic Illust Ation},
  author={JOEL ISAACSON Journalistic},
  year={2002}
}
  • JOEL ISAACSON Journalistic
  • Published 2002
E since the appearance of Meyer Schapiro's essay on ~... "Courbet and Popular Imagery" in 1941, we have been expanding our awareness of the popular arts as a formal and iconographic influence upon French painting of the second half of the 19th century.' During the past four decades, the interconnected contributions of cheaply printed colored woodcuts, fashion plates, photography, Japanese prints, lithography, and journalistic illustrations of contemporaneous events, customs, and social types… CONTINUE READING
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