6 edition of Renoir on Renoir found in the catalog.
March 30, 1990
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Carol Volk (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Renoir on Renoir is a collection of essays by, and interviews of, the legendary filmmaker Jean Renoir, who created such classics as The Grand Illusion, The River and The Rules of the Game.
Renoir's career in cinema, which straddled the transition from silent film to the talkies, has influenced a subsequent generation of filmmakers/5. Renoir on Renoir is a collection of essays by, and interviews of, the legendary filmmaker Jean Renoir, who created such classics as The Grand Illusion, The River and The Rules of the Game.
Renoir's career in cinema, which straddled the transition from silent film to the talkies, has influenced a subsequent generation of by: 3. Renoir (CL) [Pierre-Auguste Renoir on Renoir book on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Renoir (CL)Author: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Jean Renoir has 36 books on Goodreads with ratings. Jean Renoir’s most popular book is What is Cinema?: Volume I. Pierre Auguste Renoir (pyĕr ōgüst´ rənwär´), –, French impressionist painter and sculptor, b.
Limoges. Renoir went to work at the age of 13 in Paris as a decorator of factory-made porcelain, copying the works of Boucher. In he entered M. Gleyre's studio, where he formed lasting friendships with Bazille, Monet and Sisley.
If you are looking for the book for Renoir, this is it. Large, slipcased filled with over color plates (no black and white at Renoir on Renoir book this is currently the best book I have seen on the market for an overall glimpse of Renoir's work.
He painted thousands of canvases, so this is a wonderful distillation of his career/5(16). Recounting Pierre-Auguste's extraordinary career, beginning as a painter of fans and porcelain, recording the rules of thumb by which he worked, and capturing his unpretentious and wonderfully engaging talk and personality, Jean Renoir's book is both a wonderful double portrait of father and son and, in the words of the distinguished art historian John Golding, it "remains the best account of Renoir, and, Cited by: 9.
This book on Renoir, the renowned Impressionist artist, written by his son Jean Renoir provides the reader with a useful historical background on France's art scene and political/military struggles. I have a real problem though with the biography's structure/5.
Get this from a library. Renoir. [Anne Distel; Auguste Renoir] -- "In this elegant readable monograph, noted art historian Anne Distel offers an illuminating new account of the life of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (). She deftly narrates Renoir's rise from. 'Renoir: An Intimate Biography' shows an artist scarcely hinted at in the sunny swirl of his paintings Barbara Ehrlich White's new book goes far beyond her earlier work on Renoir.
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Books shelved as renoir: Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland, Un été sans maman by Grégory Panaccione, Lettere e scritti teorici by Auguste R.
Renoir, a retrospective User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. This anthology of excerpts from writings on Renoir documents the life and career of this popular Impressionist artist.
More important, however, the book helps to reveal the changing critical attitudes Read full review. Jean Renoir (French: ; 15 September – 12 February ) was a French film director, screenwriter, actor, producer and a film director and actor, he made more than forty films from the silent era to the end of the s.
His films La Grande Illusion () and The Rules of the Game () are often cited by critics as among the greatest films ever : 15 SeptemberParis, France. As demonstrated in this book, Renoir was sometimes more socially enlightened than your average nineteenth-century Frenchman, in some cases less so.
One the one hand, he showed an unstinting respect and camaraderie towards Berthe Morisot, and never communicated that he thought she was inferior to the male Impressionists. Looking for books by Jean Renoir. See all books authored by Jean Renoir, including Renoir, My Father (New York Review Books Classics), and My Life and My Films (Da Capo Paperback), and more on.
A list of books and essays by or about Jean Renoir. Bazin, André (). Jean ing Source Incorporated. ISBN ; Bergan, Ronald (). Jean Renoir: Projections of ok : Dreyer, von Trier.It`s as much of a book about Renoir as it is of Paris in the mid, late and turn of the nineteenth century, a love story from a son for his father and the city he was born in.
You'll get to know Renoir as a person, all the little details, as well as all the little details of his thoughts and techniques on painting (and we learn that Renoir had strong opinions on art as he did on life)/5(53).Jean Renoir was a film director, screenwriter, actor, producer and author.
He was the second son of Aline Charigot and the French painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. He was also the brother of Pierre Renoir, a noted French stage and film actor; the uncle of Claude Renoir, a cinematographer; and the father of Alain Renoir, late professor emeritus of /5.