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MARGUERITE GÉRARD, 1761-1837

MARGUERITE GÉRARD, 1761-1837
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  • AuthorCarole Blumenfeld
  • PublisherGourcuff-Gradenigo
  • Date of publicationFévrier 2019
  • Language(s)French
  • Illustrations309 colour ill.
  • Pages280
  • DescriptionPaperback
  • Price (VAT incl.)49.00 € 
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Marguerite Gérard (1761-1837) has been unjustly neglected by art historians, who have tended to view her merely as the sister-in-law and pupil of Fragonard. She chose to follow a professional path resolutely opposed to those of her predecessors Elisabeth Vigée-Le Brun and Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, and painted intimist portraits and scenes from daily life. Her commitment to female emancipation is evident in her work.
First book exclusively dedicated to Marguerite Gérard, this monograph traces the life of an independent woman who forged an outstanding career for herself. It includes a complete catalogue raisonné of her paintings.

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