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  • Millet, Jean-François, 1814-1875 -- Exhibitions.
     
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  • Millet, Jean-François, 1814-1875 -- Influence -- Exhibitions.
     
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    Millet and modern art : from Van Gogh to Dalí / Simon Kelly and Maite van Dijk (eds.), Nienke Bakker and Abigail Yoder.
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    Amsterdam : Van Gogh Museum ; St. Louis : Saint Louis Art Museum; New Haven : In association with Yale University Press, [2019]
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  • Millet, Jean-François, 1814-1875 -- Exhibitions.
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  • Millet, Jean-François, 1814-1875 -- Influence -- Exhibitions.
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    9780300248661 (paper over board : hardback) :
    0300248660 (paper over board : hardback)
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    207 pages : illustrations (mostly color) ; 28 cm
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    "This artistic fauve" : Millet as modern artist / Simon Kelly -- Millet and impressionism / Simon Kelly -- "That great poet" : Millet and the post-impressionists / Abigail Yoder -- Van Gogh and "Père Millet" / Nienke Bakker -- Millet worldwide : the artist's global impact before 1900 / Simon Kelly -- Exalted and monumental : appreciation of Millet around 1900 / Maite van Dijk.
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    An insightful overview of how Millet influenced and inspired many modernist artists that followed him Jean-Francois Millet (1814-1875) was one of the most important artists of the Barbizon School. Through his publicly exhibited works and their critical reception, Millet was of crucial significance to modernist painters. Millet's modernity is evident in his varied subjects-from peasant themes to landscapes to nudes-and his anti-academic, rough paint application. He also produced highly inventive pastels and drawings. Jean-Francois Millet examines the international range of artists whom he influenced. For instance, Millet was an artistic hero for Vincent van Gogh, whose treatment of numerous motifs-including The Sower and Starry Night-was directly inspired by the older artist. Van Gogh even painted a remarkable series of 21 "copies" after Millet's work while living in the south of France in the final year of his life. Other artists on whom Millet had a profound impact include Camille Pissarro, Georges Seurat, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, and Winslow Homer, and, in the 20th century, most notably Edvard Munch and Salvador Dali. Exhibition: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (04.10.2019-12.01.2020) / Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, USA (16.02.-17.05.2020).
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